Roundup: Is Stanford's Bryce Love the nation's top running back for 2018?
Who will be the nation's top running back this season? Seven ESPN writers chimed in and four of them picked a certain Cardinal ballcarrier.
Coors Events Center is no more in Boulder, via BuffZone.com. Well, the building is still there, but now it's called the CU Events Center. A very fond farewell to The Keg.
From GoDucks.com: Norman Xiong, a former Oregon golfer, makes his pro debut Thursday on the PGA Tour in West Virginia. He's joined by two more former Ducks, Ben Crane and Aaron Wise.
Kevin Abel, whose performance in Game 3 of the College World Series was one for the record books, was named National Freshman of the Year on Thursday by D1Baseball. Pretty impressive stuff for Abel, the first pitcher in NCAA history to win four games at the CWS.
Some staffing news in the Cal beach volleyball program via CalBears.com: Derek Olson has been promoted to associate head coach after joining as an assistant coach last fall.
Red Rocks fans, let's rock! Utah gymnastics has released its schedule for the 2019 season. The Utes will host Penn State in their season opener in early January.
Mike Leach has six new additions to his coaching staff this year. Get to know them (and everyone else!) with this link from Cougfan.com.
Kyle Kensing of Athlon Sports breaks down the Wildcats' football schedule ahead of Kevin Sumlin's fall debut.
Here's a great resource from Trojans fans: the 2017-18 USC Athletics Year in Review. On top of postseason finishes, final rankings and key moments, it also features highlight reels for a few sports.
Chris Fetters of 247Sports continues his series ranking Washington football's 30 most important players. Today he reveals Nos. 9, 8 and 7.
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