Roundup: Jason Terry splashes down in Tucson, joining Sean Miller's staff
The Jet is officially back in Tucson. You heard us right — Jason Terry was announced as an assistant coach on Sean Miller's staff on Thursday, creating buzz around the nation and certainly among UA fans as well. Check out the full release from Arizona, and don't miss Bruce Pascoe's column on the big offseason move in Tucson.
Having baseball withdraws during would have been the start of the NCAA Tournament? OSU has the perfect remedy for Beaver fans: an oral history of the team's 9th-inning comeback during Game 2 of the 2018 College World Series. The dropped foul ball and Trevor Larnach homer still give us chills two years later.
We got the chance to meet new UCLA athletic director Martin Jarmond this week (virtually, of course). He appeared on "Pac-12 Perspective" to talk about his background and vision for athletics in Westwood. Be sure to check it out wherever you listen to your podcasts.
USC football announced the hirings of former linebacker greats Chris Claiborne and Hayes Pullard as quality control analysts. Claiborne was a consensus All-American and Butkus Award winner in 1998, while Pullard led the Trojans in tackles in both 2013 and 2014.
Check out this sweet video Washington put together kicking off the celebration of Husky Stadium's 100th anniversary.
Cal men's hoops has rounded out its 2020 class, announcing the signing of Stony Brook transfer Makale Foreman. He averaged 15.6 points per game and drained 104 3-pointers last season.
Oregon superstar Sabrina Ionescu spoke during the espnW Summit on Thursday, and The Oregonian's James Caprea gives us this report on what she had to say. Next up: She will deliver the keynote speech during UO Commencement in June.
Marissa Schuld, a former utility star for Arizona softball, won't have to travel too far up I-10 for the next chapter of her career. She signed with ASU this week and brings an ability to both pitch and hit to the roster.
Brian Howell brings us this piece on Colorado AD Rick George's outlook for fall sports — "Every day I get more optimistic."
Don't miss this read on Stanford student-athletes Caroline Ricksen, Blake Sharp and Alex Tsai volunteering for FarmLink, a non-profit run by college students doing important work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dirk Facer takes a look at how Devin Lloyd and Mika Tafua will anchor Utah's defense next season as the Utes' only two returning starters on that side of the ball.
And finally, WSU spun up a fun video showing Butch T. Cougar's quarantine routine. Count us in for the TikTok practice!