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Making The Rounds: A Lof Of Football Talk

Searching the internet for MWC news and packaging it neatly here so you can be lazy.

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch wrote an editorial in the Deseret News about the revenue inadequacies of the BCS.

Air Force

The Philadelphia Eagles signed Former Falcon Chad Hall. Florida State cancelled their series with Air Force.  Five spring developments.  Replacing five offensive lineman starters is tough.


Replacing starters on defense is a concern during this spring. Cougars will have plenty of choices to fill the shoes of departed tight ends Dennis Pitta and Andrew George.  BYU and Oregon State agrees to home and home in 2011 and 2012.

Colorado State

Multiple quarterbacks will battle for the starting role for the third consecutive season, but Pete Thomas is the leader.  UCLA running back transfer Raymond Carter is ready to challenge Colorado State's deep backfield. 

New Mexico

Steve Alford will listen to Oregon if they make the call.
San Diego State

The hoops team wants to build off of next year's success.  The Lady Aztecs are in the Sweet 16.  Jene Morris is an All-American finalist in lady hoops.


Quarterback Andy Dalton wants his final season with the Frogs the most memorable. Oregon State could be a tough opponent for TCU if the Beavers can get a quarterback.


Offensive coordinator Rob Phenicie has a history with the UNLV football program.  There is a quarterback battle in Vegas.


Good luck getting tickets to Utah's trip to Notre Dame on Nov. 13.  Jim Boylen has not interviewed for the Iowa job.  Carlon Brown will stay a Ute.


Wyoming senior wide receiver Zach Bolger might be the Cowboys best-kept secret.  Cowboys are making the switch to a 4-3 defense.  This spring is a lot like last year.