Monday is back and so are we. Take a look the links from around the web as well as our original content coming your way this week.
Nevada’s comeback attempt fails, loses the Potato Bowl.
The Wolf Pack started out slowly, looked lifeless for most of the game, made things exciting at the end, but ultimately came up short in their quest for consecutive wins for the first time in program history. They trailed 30-9 after the first three quarters and pulled within 9 points late in the game before losing 30-21. They were in the red zone poised to score at one point, but botched a reverse that resulted in a fumble to help Ohio seal the victory.
How is Johnson able to transfer from the Air Force Academy?
Stud linebacker Kyle Johnson entered his name into the transfer portal last week. Many wondered how a player can transfer from the academy. This article explains it well, noting the destination is contingent on being an Air Force sponsored school. Also, he is still expected to serve upon graduation.
Lobos reinstate Bragg from suspension.
New Mexico's Carlton Bragg will resume team activities after serving a three-game suspension, per release.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) January 3, 2020
While the other suspension is potentially moving to another court.
Point guard JJ Caldwell, the other player suspended from the Lobo basketball team, has attorney’s taking his case.
Aztecs continue to solidify themselves as one of top teams in the country.
No. 13 Aztecs remain one of two team that are undefeated this year. Top-10??#GoAztecs pic.twitter.com/z2CaKWKnku— Aztec M. Basketball (@Aztec_MBB) January 5, 2020
On the horizon:
- Later today: A new MWC Recruiting Roundup
- Later today: Boise State’s All-Decade Team
- Coming Tuesday: Another edition of The Good, The Bad, The Ugly. This one reviews Bowl Week 3.
- Coming Wednesday: Peak Perspective: MWCConnection Final Season Grades.
- Later this week: Tropical Bowl Preview