Happy Tuesday, everyone. This week, as always, we have off season football to keep you updated on and a little look ahead to what’s to come next year on the hardwood.
Utah State basketball still on national radar after stellar season
After a run to win the MW last season and with many key players returning, many national pundits are giving Utah State their due respect heading into next season. Many sites have released their extremely early pre-season poles. NBC sports has the Aggies at 14, ESPN has them at 16, and NCAA.com has them at 19. It should be an exciting season on the hardwood for Aggies fans.
Eric Quevedo will be one of Boise State’s most important players next season
Boise State is looking to be at the top of the conference again next season for football. The Idaho Press is counting down their most important players and Eric Quevedo is sure to leave his mark on the field. He has started 21 games over the past two seasons and the Broncos saw significant drop off in protection on the right side of the offensive line when he went down with injury. Staying healthy and bolstering Boise’s line will be a key component of what is sure to be a talented team overall.
Identifying Key MW basketball matchups next season
Want to know which MW basketball games to look forward to next season? No problem, Mid Major Madness has you covered. Games that you sure don’t want to miss go from SDSU taking a visit to CSU onDec. 4 to a bout between some of the conferences top teams last season when Fresno state visits Utah State on Dec. 7. Check out the entire article to see which marquee matchups are sure to be some of the best conference games.
SDSU Schedules home-and-home series with Missouri
SDSU has bolstered its future non-conference schedule by agreeing to a home-and home with Missouri in 2027 and 2028, and 2031 and 2032. While some these games won’t be played for over a decade it is a good opportunity for the Aztecs to add a big time SEC opponent to their schedule.
On the Horizon:
- Later Today: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: 2019 Mountain West Running Backs
- Coming Thursday: Ranking Boise State’s Top Players: Number 12