Andy Avalos is reportedly accepting the defensive coordinator position at Oregon after serving in the same role with Boise State for the past 3 seasons. Under Avalos, Boise State’s defense has consistently been among the best in the nation. The move is a major blow to the Broncos who begin spring practice on Friday.
Nevada is dealing with numerous injuries to its primary rotation players as they attempt to finish the season and make a push for a high seed in the NCAA tournament. The most crucial injury is Caleb Martin’s ankle sprain which could hold him out of their game against UNLV later today.
Despite a loss to San Diego State and a number of injuries, Nevada remains atop the weekly power rankings. The top two teams will face off on Saturday night as Nevada visits 22-6 Utah State.
Avalos says goodbye
Boise State has been an unbelievable place for me and my Family. Thank you to the Leaders, staff and players. Bronco Nation you are special!— Andy Avalos (@CoachAvalos_BSU) February 27, 2019
Forever grateful and blessed to be a part of this Brotherhood. ✊
Wyoming wrestling among nation’s best
On the horizon:
- Later Today: 2019 Recruiting Breakdown: Hawaii
- Later Today: Mountain West Connection Bracketology: Week Eight
- Coming Thursday: 2019 Recruiting Breakdown: Air Force
- Coming Thursday: Boise State Spring Preview: Secondary