I realize many of you have moved on from this, but thought it was worth passing along that UCLA’s Myles Jack admitted to having animosity with Washington during an interview today with reporters in L.A.
Maybe that was already evident when Jack taunted the UW sideline after each of his first three touchdowns Friday night at the Rose Bowl, even licking his fingers one time and drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.
UW coach Steve Sarkisian said after the game that he didn’t see the taunts and that he didn’t know what they would be about.
Here’s the full interview with Jack today. He was asked about UW around the 1:45 mark. He declined to provide any details about his feelings toward UW:
— Larry Stone on the frustrations around the UW program.
— Cyler Miles‘ high school coach, former NFL receiver Dave Logan, said the big stage won’t be too much for the young QB.
— The Pac-12 apologizes to UW for a blown call.
— Oregon State’s play-calling has become conservative.
— Beavers need to limit turnovers.
— The OSU offense has been out of rhythm lately.
— Washington State extended Mike Leach‘s contract through 2018.
— Some “amazing” stats from around the Pac-12.
— Should USC hire Ed Orgeron?
— An interesting look at Cal’s “shockingly low” admission standards for athletes.
— Utah QB Travis Wilson is out for the season, and his career may be over.