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Making The Rounds: Mountain West Football News

The BNPodcast invited me to be on their show yesterday to talk about the Mountain West.

Pac-12 Expansion: Oklahoma & Oklahoma State Could Be Enough To Break Texas - Pacific Takes
Larry Scott is playing hardball, as the Pac-12 seems intent on taking the Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The Texas Longhorns could be left sitting in the cold in a dying Big 12 unless they decide to come along, and they'd have to concede their TV network.

Colorado State Loses Top Pass Rusher Broderick Sargent For Season With Torn ACL - SB Nation Denver
Colorado State Lost Broderick Sargent For Season With Torn ACL

Spit Blood: Week 2 Opponent Hate (Kind of): Air Force Falcons

Highland star visits UNM |

University of Hawaii Football Fan Blog: Washington Previews
Hawaii Warriors preview of Washington

Know The Foe: Texas State " 7220 Report | A Wyoming Cowboys blog

If the whole TCU thing doesn’t work out, maybe Patterson can come to Air Force -  Colorado Springs Gazette
I’ve written many times before about TCU coach Gary Patterson and his respect for Air Force. Anytime I’ve talked to him at Mountain West media days or asked him something...

TCU tries to put loss behind it as it gets ready for Air Force | Colorado Springs Gazette

SDSU's Hillman feels he "let team down" |
San Diego State running back Ronnie Hillman still is pretty disappointed about what happened Saturday night. OK, so maybe he put up some big numbers. After one game, he ranks third nationally in rushing with 189 yards. But so what? In his mind, it's not enough.

Spit Blood: A Reason For Hope?

Air Force's defense will face enraged Horned Frogs | Colorado Springs Gazette

Arkansas RB still doubtful against New Mexico | CollegeFootballTalk
Arkansas' running back depth is already thin without the Razorbacks' two leading rusher from a year ago -- Knile Davis (broken ankle) and Broderick Green (ACL tear) -- and there doesn't appear to be any signs that it's going to get better for the immediate future.