Today features recent stories and news surrounding Boise State. Most of it is various previews on the football team, but there is something on the success of their track and field team as well.
There are 42 names that were released for the Lott Impact trophy watch list. One of them is Junior S Kekoa Nawahine and he is the only player from the MWC.
It’s worth the read to look at each team, but for Boise State (who they rank #21), they highlight the defensive line. With the line returning every contributor from last season, including seniors David Moa and Jabril Frazier, plus redshirt sophomore Curtis Weaver after his groundbreaking All-MWC 1st team selection.
Again, this is worth taking a look at each of the games they highlight. I’d tune in to watch Georgia vs Clemson every year. But for the sake of this posting, they mention Boise State vs Oregon. The Broncos have won the last three contests over the Ducks, most recently last year in the Vegas Bowl.
They mention how the Broncos are geared up to be the best team in the Group of 5. Their biggest questions are developing playmakers on offense for QB Rypien to pass the ball to and although they return 9 defensive starters, they need to replace their best player.
Also, the women’s Track and Field team is doing big things.
There will be only 1⃣ school at nationals on the women's side that will be represented in the middle distance (800m and 1,500m) and distance events (3,000m Steeplechase, 5,000m and 10,000m).— Boise State T&F (@BroncoSportsTF) May 27, 2018
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Here’s a story on it as well.
On the horizon:
- Tomorrow: A quick recap of the MWC sports season from the past year.
- This week: The final installment of the series on the Boise State 2014 recruiting class. Casey and Mike will look at the DBs from that class.
- Coming Friday: A new series will debut. Friday Night Lights will highlight different high school football programs from around the country.