Roundup: Pac-12 Football Media Day underway
Hello, Pac-12 football fans! Today is a good day. It's Pac-12 Football Media Day, where the conference has already released its preseason media poll for the 2018 season.
There's been a lot of buzz around J.T. Daniels, who could start at quarterback as a true freshman for USC. But he's not the only newbie expected to do big things: Kenneth Su of Conquest Chronicles says to keep a keen eye on incoming receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown.
Mike Hopkins exceeded expectations in a big way last year, his first at the helm of UW's women's basketball program. Seattle Times writer Percy Allen sits down with Hopkins to look ahead to year two.
We have a promotion on the Oregon State football staff: Brian Wozniak, previously a graduate assistant for the Beavers, is now the squad's tight ends coach.
Cal prides itself on academic excellence. This offseason, football coach Justin Wilcox put his athletes to the test, assigning a team-wide book report to prepare for the fall. Kevin Danna shares some thoughts on Wilcox's book selection for his players.
Another Sun Devil has earned the watch list treament. House of Sparky details how defensive back Chase Lucas finds himself on the Bronco Nagurski Award watch list, which recognizes the most oustanding defensive players across the nation.
While we're on the topic of job updates: Former UCLA football coach Jim Mora is ESPN's newest college football analyst, filling the role Chip Kelly held last season. How's that for full circle?
Colorado QB Steven Montez has an undeniable physical gift on the field. But this summer, as CUBuffs.com contributing editor Neill Woelk writes, Montez has turned his focus inward.
Fall camp is a great time for fans to get up-close-and-personal with their favorite college football team. CougCenter.com has the details on WSU's fall camp, much of which will be open to the public.
Arizona basketball is set to play Iowa State in the opening round of the Maui Invitational. (Tucson.com)
Everyone and their mother knows about Stanford running back Bryce Love at this point. But how about the rest of the running back corps? Rule of Tree dives in.
Here's an in-depth look at Oregon's wide receivers group by Duck Territory's Matt Prehm.
Alex Stark of Block U goes through Utah football's depth chart and draws some high-level conclusions (his words) ahead of fall camp.