Catch up on the news you may have missed from the Mountain West.
Former Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick will continue to sit during the national anthem with the 49ers: His reason is due to unjust that is going on."People aren’t being held accountable for,” Kaepernick said. “And that’s something that needs to change. That’s something that this country stands for freedom, liberty and justice for all. And it’s not happening for all right now."
Colorado State is looking forward in the present: The CSU Rams are going to be younger this year so that they can gain experience for the future.
Buffs are selling more tickets than Rams: The difference is not much as Colorado has sold 27,805 tickets as of Friday afternoon, while Colorado State has sold 25,008.
Kellen Moore is a big fan of Brett Rypien: Moore had so much faith in Rypien that he brought him to his summer camp despite being just a year or two older than the other campers and much younger than the other counselors.
The unquestioned best name in men’s basketball transfer season has interest in the possibility of heading to the MWC:
Hartford grad transfer Pancake Thomas told @CBSSports he plans will Boise State, San Diego, and Temple. Already visited Western Kentucky.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) August 28, 2016
Colorado State lose starting fullback: After earning a scholarship last week, Adam Prentice is now out for the year after suffering a torn ACL.