Not a real busy time in college football, but time to catch up on what is out there. …
— Bud Withers updates what’s going on with the Pac-12 Networks. Among the items he covers is when to expect TV designations for Pac-12 games (basically, sometime next month).
— The National Football Post looks at Keith Price’s NFL future.
— Arizona got a commitment from a quarterback over the weekend, which could be significant since the Wildcats are also thought among those interested in Troy Williams, considered maybe UW’s top QB target now.
— USA Today examines how much the Pac-12 might make from its new TV deal.
— Jon Wilner has his own thoughts on that story.
— Here’s another look at TV money.
— We can all agree, I think, that if assuming recruiting rankings ever mean much, they mean that much less this time of year. That said, here’s the latest from 247Sports.com showing UW at No. 35 nationally.
— A few days old, but ESPN.com’s Ted Miller gave what he felt was UW’s best Big Ten matchup in his mailbag on Friday.
— The Orlando Sentinel has Washington State No. 84 in its ongoing countdown of every team in the nation.
— The Sentinel also looks at what some of the latest conference realignment/alliance stuff means.
— Doug Haller says that based on history, Arizona and Arizona State fans shouldn’t expect much this season.