Mid-week links to get you through hump day. Opposite of yesterday where we brought you stories mostly revolving around the same theme, today’s batch of links is a little bit of everything going on in college sports.
In case you didn’t hear, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of sports gambling. This will completely change how betting is done and have even more money surrounding the sport. While some states will push this along quite soon, others may not join in for years, if ever.
You can bet Nevada will be leading the charge though.
Statement from UNLV athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois on the Supreme Court ruling about sports betting. pic.twitter.com/uHdmT5eNAa— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) May 15, 2018
Colorado State football saw the 8th highest game attendance increase this past season. They increased by nearly 4,500 fans. They have a chance to to put up big fan numbers again with Arkansas visiting this season.
According to TMZ, he is being sued for reportedly trashing a mansion in LA and shoving the owner. His representation is of course denying that story. Either way, not a great look for the former Boise State star and Super Bowl champ running back for the Eagles.
Some readers may remember the name Jalen Greene. Some may not. He was a QB verbal commit to Boise State under old coach Chris Petersen. When Pete left to Washington, he convinced Greene to follow suit. However, USC came calling and Greene spurned Pete to commit and sign with the Trojans. He’s been there ever since, but was converted to WR and has had minimal production on the field. He was slated to grad-transfer to Illinois, but now it seems he will join Utah State for his final season. Though this will only be the second school he attends, Greene’s name has now been associated with 5 different programs.
On the horizon:
- Today: Checking in with some of the recruits being courted by MWC schools.
- Thursday: Look for Casey and Mike’s discussion of the DTs in Boise State’s 2014 class.
- End of this week: Our round-table focuses on the break-out players on each team.