Listen To Me On The Aaron Torres Podcast Previewing The Mountain West

Last night I spent a good 45 minutes talking and previewing the Mountain West with Aaron Torres on his podcast and I had a great time, so please go visit his site and listen to the podcast.

Here is the gist of what we discussed:

- Why places like TCU, Air Force, Utah (who is obviously no longer in the conference) and others are able to keep their best and brightest coaches long-term, while schools in the Big East and other conferences have had no such luck.

- Who has the bigger target on their backs from opposing teams this fall: Newbie Boise State, or TCU, which is leaving the conference after this season?

- What do we need to know about new TCU quarterback Casey Pachall? Hell, how do you even properly pronounce his name?

- Can San Diego State maintain the high level they were at when Brady Hoke was there? Why Jeremy believes the Aztecs Ryan Lindley is as good Boise's Kellen Moore

- Will Air Force improve on its nine wins last year? Can you make the case that their October slate of games is as tough as anyone's in the country?

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