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Mountaintop View 1/25/18

MWC news from all sides

Off the court or off the field, in season or out of season, let’s find some news.

Wyoming upsets Nevada on the hard court

In a great double overtime game, the Cowboys pulled out a high-scoring 104-103 win over the 23rd-ranked Wolf Pack to deny Nevada its 14th consecutive conference win. Read more...

Lobos basketball has something to Bragg about

UNM has reported their pick up of former Kansas Jayhawk, Carlton Bragg, for the Lobos 2018-2019 season. The former 2015 McDonald’s All-American had faced some off-court issues at Kansas, but certainly Coach Weir expects Bragg to be a tremendous addition. Read more...

Ex-Colorado Ram goes full circle

From high school to college to an NFL stint and a Superbowl ring, former Colorado Ram offensive lineman, Albert Bimper, has made great even better, as one of the Top 15 Emerging Scholars in the nation. Read more...

Air Force Falcon football tidbits

The Falcons have an interesting matchup against Lane Kiffin’s Florida Atlantic squad in September. The Owls have a 24-year old OC, Charlie Weis Jr., who’s the son of former NFL OC Weir Sr. Talk from Kiffin is that Charlie Jr. is a supposed football genius prodigy kinda guy.

Also, Jon Gruden strikes again by luring another MWC coach; this time taking Falcon’s running back coach Jemal Singleton to join his Oakland staff. Read more on both Falcon stories...

Aztec identity crisis

With heightened sensitivity on more and more campuses, an SDSU special task force was setup to assess and help interim president, Sally Rousch, decide the fate of the Aztec mascot and moniker by May 31st this year. Read more...