Pac-12 links: Arizona linebacker cheers on former teammate in World Cup

» As the World Cup rolls on, a Arizona linebacker cheers on a former teammate who has since become a reserve defender on the U.S. national team.

» Former Washington coach Jim Lambright was arrested for domestic violence for allegedly assaulting his granddaughter. His wife said he is suffering from dementia.

» As a result of Oregon’s poorly handled sexual assault investigation, everybody lost.

» Going to the Hawaii Bowl cost Oregon State $170,000, but athletic director Bob de Carolis said the deficit could have been worse.

» The Oregonian examines the Beaver basketball staff’s AAU ties

» Jon Samuelson has fathered a trio of basketball players — including two at Stanford and UConn — but remains hard to find at games.

» Starbucks’ deal to cover Arizona State tuition for its employees isn’t nearly as great as it initially looked.

» After leading Indiana to its first-ever College World Series appearance, Tracy Smith has taken the top job at Arizona State. When the Sun Devils reached out, Smith’s mind flashed back to a memory of Barry Bonds.

» Utah quarterback Travis Wilson was medically cleared for contact after suffering a concussion last November, giving the Utes a chance to finally have a stable starter behind center.

» USC isn’t the first school to offer guaranteed four-year scholarships, but it’s a good PR move nonetheless.

» Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre has dropped 52 pounds since Christmas. He hopes his Buffaloes can make as dramatic a transformation.

» Mike Leach and his assistants pulled in a big fish.

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