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Mountaintop View 9-20-2018

Berdale Robins, Hawaii’s famous Warriors, and more

NCAA Football: Navy at Hawaii Marco Garcia-USA TODAY Sports

Hump day is behind us, meaning two things: 1. the weekend is near and 2. college football is back on our televisions tonight. Here are some links to soak up the time.

Berdale Robins’ magical game dedicated to his fallen brother

Chris Murray is now with Nevada Sports Net, and penned this heartbreaking story about Nevada cornerback Berdale Robins, who has persevered through the death of his half-brother. Robins made a game-changing play vs. Oregon State in the Wolf Pack’s 37-35 win over the Pac-12 foe. Robins received a game ball after the contest for his performance.

2007 Warriors among 2018 UH Circle of Honor class enshrined this weekend

Hawaii has returned home from their long trip to the East Coast to prepare for FCS foe Duquesne in their homecoming game (Yes, homecoming is apparently coming earlier than usual for UH this fall). At halftime of the game, Hawaii’s most famous team, the 2007 Hawaii Warriors, will be enshrined into the UH Sports Circle of Honor. It’s an easy decision by the athletic department. That UH team propelled Hawaii to heights most thought not possible for the cash-strapped program. To date, Hawaii remains the only non-Boise State active Mountain West program that has played in a major bowl game since the beginning of the BCS era.

CSU football’s 3 biggest problems need fixing fast

The Rams are off to a rough start in 2018. Things were looking up last week when the Rams defeated SEC foe Arkansas, but a blowout loss to Florida combined with Arkansas getting trounced at home by North Texas have put a damper on any slight positivity. Rams beat writer Kelly Lyell highlights things the Rams need to improve on if they want to avoid a bowl-less 2018 campaign.

Air Force sophomore Kade Remsberg runs to front of tailback competition

Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun is pumping the brakes. Running back Kade Remsburg has rocketed to the top of the depth chart for the Falcons, but Calhoun doesn’t believe Remsburg needs to be Gale Sayers for the Falcons to be successful. Remsburg and Sayers are both from the state of Kansas, in case you missed on that reference. The Falcons take on Utah State in Logan this week. An upset win there would go a long way to turning things around for the Falcons.

On the horizon:

Thursday: Be sure to check out our preview for Hawaii’s homecoming game vs. Duquesne.

Friday: Also check out our Air Force vs. Utah State preview, and our MWC Week Four Games & Game of the Week Prediction

Saturday: Games!