What if the heart, for its own unfathomable reasons, leads one willfully and in a cloud of unspeakable radiance away from health, domesticity, civic responsibility and strong social connections and all the blandly-held common virtues and instead straight toward a beautiful flare of ruin, self-immolation, disaster?
ESPN's Todd McShay added a fourth Pac-12 player to the first round of his latest NFL mock draft , released on Thursday. The addition is UCLA offensive guard Xavier Su'a-Filo, who McShay envisions joining former USC coach Pete Carroll in Seattle with the No.
Anthony Barr or Khalil Mack? It appears that analysts at the NFL combine are favoring Mack over Barr, the former UCLA star OLB. To start off, ESPN's John Clayton compared Barr with Mack, a hot and rising OLB prospect out of Buffalo: The outside linebacker race is compelling: Some people believe Khalil Mack of Buffalo could be in consideration for the top pick in the draft.
He's fancy, he'll go glove. NFL scouts will be keeping an eye on Ka'Deem Carey's 40 time at the NFL scouting combine next week. Former Arizona State offensive lineman Brandon Rodd died Friday from a rare form of cancer.
ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay both released their second mock drafts and the duo is in agreement that the Pac-12 should have three first-round selections. UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr is projected at No.
May the mailbag be ever in your favor. Peter writes: With regards to Pac-12 guys in the Super Bowl, I think you missed Sione Fua, Stanford. DT for the Broncos. Got picked up in November after getting cut by Carolina.
The Pac-12 has seen a flurry of defensive coordinator movement over the last couple of weeks -- starting with the power struggle for former Washington defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox to the recent exoduses of Stanford's Derek Mason to Vanderbilt as head coach and UCLA's Lou Spanos to the Tennessee Titans as linebackers coach.