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Everyone’s favorite corgi prognosticator, Holly, is back with her preseason top 25 over at Every Day Should Be Saturday. And a Mountain West team cracks the rankings!
The Deadspin 25 touches on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, who host San Jose State on Saturday and will travel to Fresno State later in September.
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Cameron Hartsfield gets the start in place of suspended safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner: “I feel very good about Cam Hartsfield being out there,” Boise State coach Bryan Harsin said. “... One of the things I’ll say with tremendous confidence, Cam Hartsfield has been since last spring one of the most improved players.”
That’s why he’s undertaking a $350,000 project to remodel, renovate and redesign the UNM football offices in the L.F. “Tow” Diehm Athletics Facility adjacent to the stadium — at no cost to the athletic department, the university or the state.
“We’re repaying,” Chavez, a UNM graduate and president of Dreamstyle Remodeling, a highly successful Albuquerque business, said in a phone interview. “If I hadn’t gone to UNM, I might not be sitting here.”
The Baton Rouge, La., native also has visited Western Kentucky and Boise State and is expected to visit Temple starting Wednesday. Since he is a graduate transfer, Thomas is eligible to play immediately and is looking to make his decision by this weekend.
The question is whether the MW can get back to being the top Group of 5 conference in the nation, which was all but assured prior to realignment. But since Utah, BYU and TCU left the conference and was replaced with Boise State, Fresno State, Nevada, Hawaii, San Jose State and Utah State, the MW has only once been tops among the Group of 5. If the MW is going to get back to the top, it starts this week in non-conference play.