Roundup: Stanford running back Bryce Love questionable for Arizona State game

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From Monday — Tom FitzGerald reports that Stanford running back Bryce Love is questionable for Thursday night’s game at Arizona State. Right guard Nate Herbig is also questionable for Thursday night, per head coach David Shaw.


Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate will not play against UCLA due to an ankle injury, head coach Kevin Sumlin announced on the Pac-12 coaches teleconference Tuesday (ESPN). Rhett Rodriguez, son of former Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez, will start at QB against the Bruins.


UCLA running back Bolu Olorunfunmi is out with a concussion, head coach Chip Kelly said Wednesday morning before practice (Los Angeles Daily News). Olorunfunmi becomes the third UCLA player ruled out with a concussion this week (Soso Jamabo and Jaelan Phillips being the others).


Steve Mims takes a look at Ehab Amin's reputation for defense as a grad transfer for Oregon men's basketball. Amin, a native Alexandria, Egypt, is in Eugene after two years at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

Washington State

Planning on going to College GameDay in the wee hours of Saturday morning, Coug fan? Then show up at the corner of Stadium Way and Ferdinand’s Lane, because that’s where the College GameDay set will be located (CougCenter).


Former Ute Kyle Kuzma has become the first player to sign a deal with a sneaker reselling app, inking with GOAT (Slam).


USC women’s soccer forward Leah Pruitt was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week after registering a goal and an assist in the Trojans' 3-2 win at No. 22 Washington State last weekend.

Oregon State

Oregon State midfielder Hassani Dotson was named Pac-12 Men’s Soccer Player of the Week after helping lead the Beavs to a weekend sweep against Cal and Stanford for the first time in seven years.


The NBA regular season is underway, and did you see Jaylen Brown power through Joel Embiid’s block attempt for a throw-dunk/layup? It was, well, something you don’t see every day. Deadspin’s got the video and verbiage for ya.


Colorado co-offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini said he “did a terrible job” in the USC game and adding he will “do a better job getting the ball to our kids and giving us a better plan” going forward, according to Brian Howell.

Arizona State

Check out this Arizona State football midseason roundtable provided to us by the folks at Arizona Republic (Michelle Gardner, Jeff Metcalfe, Greg Moore and Kent Somers).


Check out the latest Husky Headlines podcast from Adam Jude of The Seattle Times. Jon Wilner hops on as a guest.

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