Get caught up on the news from the Mountain West you may have missed.
ESPN gives its power rankings of college quarterbacks
Boise State comes in at No. 25 in their future power rankings due to Brett Rypien and then possibly Chase Cord after.
Rypien has led the Mountain West in passing in each of his first two seasons and should lead the Broncos' offense through the 2018 campaign. A Power 5 offensive coordinator who had Rypien in camp praised the quarterback's arm strength and decision-making. Boise State has some immediate insurance with Rathen Ricedorff, a junior college transfer, but its overall depth is a concern. Earlier this month, Boise State signed Chase Cord, the No. 21 pocket passer in the 2017 class and a player who received good Power 5 interest. If Cord develops under coach Bryan Harsin, he should be ready to step in for Rypien in 2019.
Fresno State beat Boise State, but this boy stole the show.
This. Just. Happened. #SCTop10 #GoDogs #mwbb pic.twitter.com/gWipBOVt6K— Fresno State MBB (@FresnoStateMBB) March 1, 2017
When the moment called, Hunter Hales answered.— CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) March 1, 2017
We caught up with the legend who captured one elusive basketball. https://t.co/ataxXuvWDH
Colorado State with another game-winner; play Nevada for league title on Saturday
"Back to back last second shots!" "Another Ram win!" - Brian RothОпубліковано Colorado State Men's Basketball 28 лютого 2017 р.
Will Utah State’s new offense lead to better results in 2017?
The Aggies have yet another new offensive coordinator David Yost and he is bringing in a versatile offense.
"It's completely different," starting QB Kent Myers said. "We did some stuff under the gun, huddle, 'muddle huddle,' kind of slowing it down and picking it up, establishing the run and then we can also go back and throw it.
"This is kind of like, we're going to get set. We're going tempo, really take what the defense gives us. If we're able to run, we're going to run, but we want to pass the ball. That's what I look forward to."