Roundup: Stanford grad Nneka Ogwumike leaning on a new diet to power WNBA title pursuit
Nneka Ogwumike of Stanford women's basketball fame is playing ball year-round in the WNBA and overseas. Read: Not easy on the body. How does she keep herself in tip-top shape? She lays it out for Christopher Cason of GQ.
Another food-centric story for you here, buuut it's about pizza. Former Utah Runnin' Ute Kyle Kuzma dishes on his go-to pizza with Eater Los Angeles.
Now that Oregon State has its College World Series trophy back safely in Corvallis, three Beavs have signed professional contracts. The Oregonian's Nick Daschel has the deets.
Cal men's basketball is back in the weight room as the 2018-19 season looms. CalBears.com provides a cool breakdown of the team's offseason goals and players to watch, among other notes.
You've heard of The Basketball Tournament, yes? A winner-take-all tourney with a $2 million grand prize? Well, Colorado has fielded an alumni team for several years, and now a CU athletics Hall of Famer is getting involved, writes BuffZone.com's Pat Rooney.
Kevin Wade of 247Sports writes that Dallas Warmack will be Oregon football's "wild card" on offense this year. Warmack is a grad transfer from Alabama who will compete for a spot on the offensive line.
Last season was a tough one for Arizona State volleyball, so the program has turned to a corporate consultant for help. Very interesting read by Jeff Metcalfe at the Arizona Republic.
The Indiana Pacers are becoming UCLA Lite as three Bruins are set to play with the team for NBA Summer League, courtesy of GoJoeBruin.com.
Get to know Brian Johnson, who's in his first year as the director of strength and conditioning with Arizona. Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star breaks down the what and the why behind his work.
Rough stat for Washington State football: The squad has the fewest returning starters in all of the Pac-12. Cougfan expands on that note and a whole lot more.
Athlon Sports has put out its list of college football's top 50 wide receivers. Checking in at No. 16 is USC's Tyler Vaughns. Only one Pac-12 receiver is ranked ahead of him: ASU's N'Keal Harry at No. 3.
Here's a thorough UW football season preview by Bill Connelly of SBNation. It goes pretty in-depth, so make yourself a snack before diving in.