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MountainTop View 4-5-19

Boise’s Impressive Pro Day, UNLV”s New Coach Gets His First Recruit, UNM Mounts A Comeback On The Diamond, And Nevada’s Head Coach Is Here To Stay

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Boise State’s Mattison feels ‘explosive,’ Rypien ‘very pleased’ with pro day showing

The Broncos had a very impressive showing at their school’s pro-day. The school’s former running back, Alexander Mattison felt confident coming out of the drills. He felt that his overall performance was better then his showing at the NFL combine. Former QB Brett Rypien was also on the field on with Mattison. He is hoping to become the first Boise State QB to be drafted in over 40 years.

T.J. Otzelberger gets first commit as UNLV basketball coach

UNLV’s new head coach T.H Otzelberger has got his first recruit, and his name is Jonah Antonio. Jonah is a 6-foot-5-inch guard that played in junior college last season before making the jump to the Rebels. He also considered Seton Hall and Southern Methodist before settling on UNLV.

Baseball: Lobos win after dramatic comeback

The Lobos pulled off one of the greatest comebacks so far this season when they came back from being down 8-2 to win the game 12-9. With a mixture of strong relief pitching and timley hitting, the Lobos were able to claw their way back into the game and eventually take home the win.

Eric Musselman is ‘here in Reno with no plans to go anywhere,’ says Danyelle Musselman

After a successful season that came to an end early, questions began to fly about the status of Nevada head coach Eric Musselman and his commitment to the university. But those questions can seemingly be laid to rest. The coach’s wife confirmed that they have no plans to leave the university or Reno. They plan to commit themselves to continuing the success from this past season.

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