Roundup: Kordell Stewart headlines Colorado Hall of Fame class of 2018
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Colorado revealed its 2018 Hall of Fame class that will be inducted in November. The 11-person class is headlined by former CU quarterback Kordell Stewart at least in terms of name recognition.
Arizona State safety Tyler Whiley is out for the season after breaking his right ankle and suffering other foot injuries in Saturday’s scrimmage, Doug Haller reports.
Oregon football has scheduled a home-and-home series with Michigan State. Make sure to clear your calendars for Sept. 8, 2029, in East Lansing and Sept. 7, 2030, in Eugene.
Miles Havlick and JJ Johnson have been hired as head Utah ski coaches, the program announced Monday. Havlick is the head Nordic coach, while Johnson is the head alpine coach.
Jason Owens of Yahoo Sports reports that Tiger Woods provided a huge ratings boost to the PGA Championship, with viewership up 69 percent for this year’s event (as compared to 2017) that saw Tiger finish second. There is no doubt that he is one of the most captivating athletes of our time.
Old roundup friend Kevin Zimmerman writes that Khalil Tate is ready to lead Arizona football while facing major expectations. Good to have a former Pac-12.com contributor a part of the Roundupiversary.
Thuc Nhi Nguyen features UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, a true freshman with a ton of upside who just might nab the starting gig right off the bat.
Joey Kaufman tells us that USC receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown is turning heads in camp for the Trojans. He has been getting some high praise thus far, with O-coordinator Tee Martin even comparing him to AD Lynn Swann (albeit tongue-in-cheek, seemingly) and Clay Helton mentioning St. Brown’s name next to Robert Woods.
Cool concept here – Theo Lawson takes a look at a player on each opposing team Washington State football faces in 2018 that could give the Cougs some serious trouble.
Nick Daschel gives us an Oregon State football practice report, noting that tight end Noah Togiai has continued to impress.
Here’s a Washington men’s soccer season preview (Pac-12.com). The Dawgs have finished in the top half of the six-team Pac-12 table each of the last eight years.
Check out this California Golden Blogs roundtable on how Cal football might be improving in fall camp.