How’s Brett Hundley these days? Biding his time behind one of the all-time great NFL QBs in Green Bay? He’s been doing a little deer hunting, or trying to at least. Robert Klemko of MMQB went hunting with Hundley and sat down with him for coffee (where they could actually talk) as part of the site’s Green Bay week. Klemko writes:
There’s a metaphor to be drawn here between the life of the backup quarterback in the shadow of Aaron Rodgers and the patience it takes to sit in a tree with light snow accumulating on your lap while waiting for a deer that may never come. But in reality these are entirely disparate experiences.
We miss you, #17!
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott spoke at the SportsBusiness Journal’s Learfield Intercollegiate Athletics Forum on Wednesday, and gave his thoughts about Washington in the CFP, and the future of the Pac-12—further conference expansion is inevitable, he believes, and he even discussed having all Pac-12 action available exclusively on the Pac-12 Network... Perhaps some kind of negotiating posture more than reality.
Only two Bruins made Pro Football Focus’s Pac-12 first team, Takkarist McKinley and Jayon Brown. Kenny Young and Eddie Vanderdoes were named to their second team.
Lastly, checking in on the progress of the new Wasserman Football Center: