Check out the news you may have missed in the Mountain West.
The Nevada offense adds the triple-option: The Wolf Pack quarterback situation is a mess and they are going to add the triple-option with former high school QB and current safety Asauni Rufus.
Funding approved for a new Las Vegas stadium; is this good or bad for UNLV?
The guys over at UStateAggies.com preview the Utah State vs. Arkansas State game.
Colorado State’s Nick Stevens is now the third staring QB: “I will say this about Nick, he probably had the best week of practice he’s ever had this week, and he had a good one last week,” head coach Mike Bobo said. “He’s had a great attitude, worked extremely hard. He’s into every meeting. He’s taking advantage of his opportunity right now, which is working and getting reps.”
Teriyon Gipson caught with pot and a gun in January: He was arrested with a misdemeanor but kept things quiet from the football program and head coach Bob Davie.
“The day of ‘nobody’s gonna find out’ … that day is over,” Davie told KOB on Tuesday. “Gip thought that because it was a misdemeanor it would just disappear. And (Gipson and his family) chose to go that path rather than to get us in on it right away.”