Oh no. We’re going to have to decipher lawyer things on this website. In recent weeks, drama has been building between Boise State and the Mountain West over the television contract. Things escalated big time when it became public that Boise State is suing the conference for contract violation. I’m sure this will be resolved
The title kinda gives it away, huh? Wyoming’s AD Tom Burman has been selected to the selection committee. He’s the longest-tenured athletic director in the Mountain West. He’ll join the 13-man committee and be a part of Power 5 conspiracy theories for 2020.
Hawaii football found its successor to Nick Rolovich after a one week search that led to a surprising hire: former Arizona State head coach Todd Graham. 24+ hours later, most Hawaii fans seem excited over the out-of-left-field hire. Read above to learn about Graham’s progression over the last few years in football exile.
The Rams continue to surge in Mountain West play. Despite facing one of the best defenses in the conference in Fresno State, Colorado State shot a ridiculous 54% from the field on Wednesday in a 86-68 win. No, Fresno isn’t the best Mountain West basketball team at the moment, but the Rams continue to play at a high level.
The folks over FiveThirtyEight took a deep dive on college basketball’s lone remaining unbeaten: 20-0 San Diego State. Good on offense and great on defense, the Aztecs have what it takes for a historic season. Too early to compare to the Kawhi Leonard teams?
Logan Wilson is a rising name in the beginnings of draft season
Defensive players unveiled on today's release of the PFF Top 101:— Cam Mellor (@PFF_Cam) January 22, 2020
28. Jordan Elliott, DI, Missouri
30. Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming
31. Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
33. Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
35. Carlton Martial, LB, Troy
Nos. 26-101: https://t.co/EdOMH80I9c
Wait, mom and dad don’t want a divorce?
Boise State and Mountain West Joint Statementhttps://t.co/yx8nXr243B— Mountain West (@MountainWest) January 23, 2020
Graham contract details
Todd Graham gets a five-year deal (through Dec. 1 2024) with a salary of $760,000 before incentives for 2020 and $800,000 the subsequent years. #HawaiiFB— Hawaii Warrior World (@hawaiiwworld) January 23, 2020
On the Horizon:
- Thursday: Senior Bowl Player Preview.