Despite solid recruiting and dominant offenses, the Colorado State Rams have yet to truly arrive under Mike Bobo. A big reason for that is the struggling defense, which has been an issue ever since Bobo took over. Read the story above to see why there is a glimmer of hope that this defense is coming around.
Boise State arguably has the best wide receiver group in the Mountain West. Its quarterback and running back and have shown promising talent as well. So why has the Broncos offense struggled with consistency? That’s because the Broncos’ offensive line has struggled mightily, a trend in recent years. Read above to see how this unit is dealing with the criticism.
It’s been a rough fall for the Nevada Wolf Pack in the injuries category. Yet another player with the captain designation is dealing with an injury, and this time wide receiver Kaleb Fossum appears to be done for the season. The Wolf Pack are enduring the high right now after beating San Diego State, but surely this news sucks too.
If you want to yell at someone other than our own Mike Wittmann, Chris Murray of Nevada Sports Net also does a Mountain West power rankings. Boise State is hanging on for dear life to that #1 spot. Utah State controls their destiny in the Mountain Division and shoots up to #5 after defeating Fresno State. Read on to see where everyone else ranked.
Recognition for Air Force’s Isaiah Sanders
another day.— Mountain West (@MountainWest) November 13, 2019
another Mountain West player named a semifinalist for an award ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Congrats to Isaiah Sanders of @AF_Football on being named a semifinalist for the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award! #LetsFly pic.twitter.com/km5xsPHYUb
On The Horizon
Thursday: Rainbow Warrior Perspective- Hawaii vs. UNLV: Three things to look for, Prediction
Thursday: Bronco Preview: New Mexico @ Boise State
Coming Friday: More Game Previews