Pac-12: Mansel Simmons
April, 26, 2013
By Ted Miller | ESPN.com
- Matt Scott isn't the only QB Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez will be watching in the draft.
- A spring review of Arizona State's defensive line.
- Former California WR Keenan Allen, long thought a first-round lock, is still available.
- Colorado football takes up a good cause.
- No Oregon defensive player has been picked higher than Dion Jordan.
- Oregon State's QB controv... er, competition will continue into the fall.
- Part III of a series on Stanford strength coach Shannon Turley.
- A Q&A with UCLA's Datone Jones after he becomes a first-round draft pick.
- USC QB Matt Barkley was one of several projected first-round picks who are still available.
- Star Lotulelei won't be the only former Utah player with the Carolina Panthers.
- Drafting Washington CB Desmond Trufant earns local raves in Atlanta. And if it comes from Atlanta, it surely is awesome.
- Washington State WR Mansel Simmons has been forced to retire due to injuries sustained a fist fight.
- Jon Wilner does a fine job of recapping the changes attached to the new College Football Playoff.
April, 25, 2013
By Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com
I'll have a scotch on the rocks, please. Any scotch will do, as long as it's not a blend, of course. Single malt, Glen Livet, Glen Galley, perhaps, any Glen.
- A look at Matt Scott's NFL potential.
- An interesting Q&A with Sherman Morris, ASU's assistant athletic director for recruiting.
- Brian Schwenke's move to center last year turned out to be a blessing.
- Speaking of good position switches, Nick Kasa's move to tight end will probably land him in the draft.
- Injuries force Oregon into an offense-defense format, rather than split squad for its spring game.
- In the state of Oregon, it's the Beavers who have more at stake this spring.
- A breakdown of Stanford's offensive linemen this spring.
- Some notes from UCLA's practice on Wednesday.
- USC and Notre Dame will kick off under the lights.
- As promised, Dennis Erickson has brought an offensive identity to the Utes.
- Under Justin Wilcox, Washington's defense is more opportunistic.
- Mansel Simmons, the WSU player injured in the fight with an Idaho player, is giving up football.
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