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Making The Rounds: Training Camp Updates, Plus Some Hoops

Cowboys took to field Monday in first fall practice Poke Pride

Take 5: Players and stories to keep an eye on as UNLV opens fall football practice - Las Vegas Sun News
On Monday, the UNLV football coaching staff and returning players spent a muggy and rainy morning at Rebel Park running kids through various drills at the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas NCAA Youth Football Clinic hosted by UNLV. On Tuesday, the real work begins.

Colorado State coaches downplay challenges on the defensive line | The Field House
Defensive line is hopefully not going to be an issue. - Going camping: Quarterbacks

Ramifications: A CSU Football Blog: KAPRI BIBBS RAW: THE INTERVIEW

Boise State offensive guard Jake Broyles bounces back from last year's injury to compete for starting job |

2012 Position Preview: Running Back - Cowboy Altitude
We take an in-depth look at the 2012 running backs for the Wyoming Cowboys. This is a young group that will need to step up for the Pokes to have a potent attack on offense.

Detailed game-by-game 2012 UW football predictions - Cowboy Altitude Wyoming came off a surprise season in 2011. The Cowboys were picked to finish 6th in the Mountain West, but ended up 8-5 (5-2) to finish 3rd in the conference.

Rebel Reign - The source for UNLV Basketball: New Foes: A Preview of The New MWC Competition

2012 Position Preview: Wide Receiver - Cowboy Altitude
Our look at the 2012 Wyoming Cowboys wide receivers. An in-depth breakdown of who left, the newcomers and the depth chart.

Practice #1: Fleischman Out - Cowboy Altitude
Wyoming lost starting right tackle Daniel Fleischman to a non-football related injury. He has left the team as a result. Kicker Daniel Sullivan is going to redshirt this year after suffering a stroke in July.

Biggest key to fall camp for UW | The Cowboy Chronicles

Will D.J. Harper outrush Doug Martin? - One Bronco Nation Under God
Why Harper could run for 1,300 yards or more, and why Harper might not run for 1,300 yards or more.