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The Griffey legacy continues with Trey playing college football

 

Ken Griffey Jr's son Trey heading to play for the Arizona Wildcats (photo by Rdikeman via wikipedia commons)

Everybody knows that the baseball Griffeys, Ken Sr. and Ken Jr. were great players.

Well, fans of that family probably was wondering if there was another on the way to pro baseball.

No, but there is one who could be headed to the NFL but first, he’ll play at the University of Arizona.

Trey Griffey, grandson of Ken Sr. and son of Ken Jr. has made an oral commitment to play football for the Wildcats.

Being selecting to play in Tucson, Trey was recruited by Arizona State, Iowa State, Michigan State and Washington State.

Last season for Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Florida, Trey caught 74 passes for 970 yards and as a wide receiver.

Just like his dad, he is tall at 6’2 and weighs 190 pounds.

 

Info compiled from staff, Radio & Recruiting news

OSU TE Stoneburner named to mid-season Mackey Watch List

Jake Stoneburner (courtesy of 24 7 Sports Bucknuts.com)

Ohio State junior tight end Jake Stoneburner was named to the midseason watch list for the John Mackey Award, given annually to the nation’s top tight end by the Nassau (N.Y.) County Sports Commission. He is one of 25 players under consideration for the award and one of only four from the Big Ten Conference, Northwestern’s Drake Dunsmore, Wisconsin’s Jacob Pederson and Nebraska’s Kyler Reed.

The 2011 recipient of “The Mackey” will be announced at the Home Deport ESPNU College Football Awards Red Carpet Show December 8, 2011 on ESPNU.

Stoneburner, a fourth-year junior from the Columbus, Ohio suburb of Dublin and a family resource management major, leads the Buckeyes with 12 receptions for 150 yards and six touchdowns. He caught his sixth TD pass Saturday against Illinois, a 17-yarder from Braxton Miller that was the only completion on the day for Ohio State in its 17-7 win over the 16th-ranked and previously unbeaten Illini.

Earlier this season against the Akron Zips, Stoneburner became the first tight end in modern Ohio State history to catch three touchdowns in a game. Bob Grimes caught four TD passes against Washington State in a 1952 game. He is listed as an end in Ohio State’s media guides for 1950-1952, but he was actually a tight end.

John Mackey Trophy (courtesy of Nassau N.Y. Sports Commission)

 

 

Info courtesy of the John Mackey Award & Ohio State athletics

 

 

New Pacific 12 Conference set divisions for 2011

(file photo)

The Pacific 10 Conference, soon-to-be the Pacific 12 in 2011, has approved football divisions that will split the two California schools.

Colorado and Utah recently agreed to accept invitations to join the Pac-10 Conference, which made changes necessary for when the league has 12 teams beginning July 1, 2011.

The league decided to split the California schools, with Stanford and Cal playing in the North Division with Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.

UCLA and USC will make up the South Division with Arizona, Arizona State, Utah and Colorado.

The conference did vote to keep those historically important California rivalries with Cal and Stanford, UCLA and USC playing every year in football.

The other cross-divisional games in the nine-game conference schedule will rotate, with the Oregon and Washington schools playing in Los Angeles every other year as opposed to the current yearly trips. The Northwest Pac-10 schools would play either both Los Angeles schools every other year or one L.A. school each year.

compiled from staff, TV, radio & Pacific 10 Conference news

Pac-10 soon to be Pac-12 will divide into divisions

(courtesy of Pacific 10)

Eventhough an official announcement is expected to become public on Thursday, there are several sports reports that the Pacific 10 soon-to-be Pacific 12 conference will be dividing into North-South Divisions.

Reports say that California, Stanford, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State will make up the North Division.

Arizona State, Arizona, USC, UCLA, Colorado and Utah will comprise the South Division in the expanded Pacific 12 Conference.

compiled from staff, wire, TV, internet & emails

College Football Notes

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compiled by staff and wire reports

* Idaho State head coach John Zamberlin’s contract will be extended until 2012 and include a $104,000 annual base salary. The state Board of Education approved the new deal which has $94,678 in compensation for coaching and the rest for his teaching duties at the university which is located in Pocatello.

* Washington State and Boise State will play a home-and-home series beginning with the 2016 season, that’s a 15 year break. Washington State holds a 4-0 series advantage over the Broncos, with all games played from 1997 to 2001, before the Broncos became a national power. The last time the two teams played was in 2001  as Washington State prevailed, 41-20 in Boise.