» Worth reading: An inside look at the recruitment of Marvin Clark Jr., a one-time Oregon commit whose future flickered when he fractured his foot.
» Former USC coach Lane Kiffin’s three-year contract as Alabama’s offensive coordinator will pay him $680,000 for the first two years, then $714,000 in the third.
» Arizona State may ban beer kegs at its tailgates.
» Left tackle Jamil Douglas is ASU’s resident freak athlete.
» Stanford is the only Pac-12 team to advance to a NCAA Super Regional this year.
» Former Cal assistant Gregg Gottlieb will join new head coach Wayne Tinkle at Oregon State.
» Former Washington receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow, who pleaded guilty to assault in April, is headed to Nebraska. He caught 20 passes for 259 yards as a freshman, with eight and 147 coming in a loss to UCLA.
» New Washington State signee Trevor Dunbar doesn’t have much hype (unranked on Rivals.com and without a profile on Scout.com) or size (5-foot-10), but watching him cross over high schoolers isn’t the worst use of five minutes.
» ESPN readers voted former Colorado receiver Paul Richardson as the Seattle Seahawk’s impact rookie, with 30 percent of the vote to Cassius Marsh’s 24 percent.
» Utah running back Lucky Radley is transferring to San Diego State. He told the Salt Lake Tribune that one of the things he’ll miss most is The Park Cafe, a breakfast spot I’d recommend to anyone passing through SLC.