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Making The Rounds: Boise State Defensive Line, One Last Take On Nevin Shaprio Curtesy of Michael Irivin

This is the (usually lunch time) weekday feature of news and notes about Mountain West and their opponents news. If you have a link or a story you would think works send me a message on twitter @JeremyMauss or email me and I'll give you credit.

Sports Radio Interviews " Blog Archive " Michael Irvin Has Never Met Nevin Shapiro, But He Calls The Man A "Snake" And "Rapist" For What He Did To Miami

College Football Podcast: Jeremy Mauss Stops By To Break Down The Mountain West | Audio

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Boise State roster preview: Defensive line, All-Americans, and Shakespeare - One Bronco Nation Under God
How good will the Bronco D-line be this season? An overview of Boise State's deepest and most talented position

Boise State QB Kellen Moore enjoys work with freshman receivers, expects rotation to evolve through season |

CSU football team still searching for receivers | The Coloradoan
Coach Steve Fairchild still is waiting for a receiver to step up and take charge, he said Wednesday after the second of his team's two practices on the intramural fields just east of the CSU football team's regular practice facility.

Opponent news and notes | The Cowboy Chronicles
Here are some links to stories for some of Wyoming's football opponents this season.

Lobo basketball non-conference schedule announced |

Sports Illustrated Ranks Patterson No. 1 - Texas Christian University Horned Frogs
Sports Illustrated has ranked TCU's Gary Patterson as the nation's top college football coach.

Air Force quarterback Jefferson quietly preparing for his final season | Colorado Springs Gazette

Wyoming 2011 Position Preview: Offensive Line " 7220 Report | A Wyoming Cowboys blog

FS Jakar Hamilton out for season, TBs out for scrimmage | UGA sports blog
ATHENS – Georgia has likely lost free safety Jakar Hamilton for the season. Another Bulldog is down.

Brought along patiently, Cameron Jefferson ready to anchor UNLV's offensive line - Las Vegas Sun

ELY — Injuries and other developments forced UNLV coach Bobby Hauck and his staff to prematurely rip the redshirts off of several freshmen in 2010, putting them on the field well before they wanted to do so. But there was one newcomer who, barring a complete emergency, they were adamant about not putting on the field. It was Cameron Jefferson, who entering the 2011 campaign will anchor one of the nation's youngest, most inexperienced offensive lines at left tackle.