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Nevada loses three assistant basketball coaches

Get caught up with the news you may have missed surrounding the Mountain West.

Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Coaching purge at Nevada: The Wolf Pack will have all new assistant coaches next year for their hoops team. Doug Stewart is leaving Reno to be the associate head coach at Tulane.

Defense dominant in spring game: This title can be used for nearly any spring game but it is very true for Utah State. This says it all: the defense forced 11 three-and-outs, recorded eight sacks and forced three turnovers.

Marcus Henry a draft sleeper: NFL.com's Gil Brandt is hyping up the Boise State center as a player who did not go to the combine but could contribute next year.

OBNUG recaps Boise State's spring game: One key point was for the defense to do a better job of stopping the triple-option.

Air Force goes young: The starting QB is in place with Nate Romine, so the freshman took over the Falcons spring game to build depth for the future.

Nothing will stop Jim Harbaugh: Satellite camps are now against the rules, but being the commencement speaker at a high school that just happens to have elite recruits is not.

A different look next year: Mountain West hoops will not look like it has in the past with most of the top players moving on.

Steve Fisher a HOFer: A case is made for San Diego State head coach Steve Fisher to being in the basketball hall of fame.