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Mountain West Media Days Recap: Day Two

Wednesday was all about the teams from the Mountain division

Boise State Spring Game Photo by Loren Orr/Getty Images

Mountain West media days are behind us. Yesterday, the Mountain division teams were in the forefront. Coaches and players from Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico, Utah State, and Wyoming were all available to the media. There was also some news on future bowl games and a potential change for the championship game. Here are some highlights from the day:

Perhaps the biggest news of the day. Will Chase Cord be ready? Will the Broncos go the safe route and start senior Jaylon Henderson? Or will this open the door for true freshman Hank Bachmeier?

Harsin explains the expectations for Boise State and what another championship would mean to the program.

Some promotional material from the Mountain West.

San Jose State looks to close the talent gap this season.

The Aggies defensive leader discusses his new coach and the upcoming season.

What does Jordan Love think of his Heisman campaign?

Coach Brennan is changing the culture at San Jose State. Will it translate to more victories?

The future Mountain West Bowl lineup is officially official.

More information on future bowls.

Los Angeles is the new Las Vegas.

Is Love the next Mountain West quarterback to have a future in the NFL?

Colin Hill has been opening some eyes this summer. Will he help the Rams become a bowl team again?

Cooper Rothe bringing the comedy to media days.

Air Force athletes discuss the work that goes into being a cadet and a football player.

Is a neutral site a good idea for the Mountain West championship game?

The Lobos look to take a step forward this coming season.

You can’t help but respect these guys.

He might coach the Aztecs, but Coach Long still has some Lobo in his blood.

The Rams should have an electric offense. Will their defense be able to keep up?

The Cowboys have their quarterback and a favorable schedule. Can they be the surprise team in the Mountain West?

Some injury news out of Laramie.

Some important news coming out of Boise...

Evans has the size and speed to be a game changer in the passing game.

That’s it for our coverage of Mountain West Media Days. Be sure to stay tuned, as we will be featuring team previews and camp coverage in the coming weeks.