Who doesn’t love a news bomb not related to COVID-19? Yesterday, the NCAA’s top governing body said they support a plan to allow athletes to sign endorsement contracts. Read above for the details. We’re all doomed, now all the elite recruits are only going to sign with top Power 5 schools. Wait...
Interesting article that lays out an argument for why this change from the NCAA isn’t necessarily a bad thing for smaller schools, using Boise State football as an example.
Show goes on as we wait for more guidance on the 2020 season. That doesn’t stop position previews. The Idaho Press Tribune’s B.J. Rains takes a look at Boise State football’s defensive end/outside linebacking unit, with a special focus on a potentially special player in Demitri Washington, the player tasked with replacing Mountain West defensive player of the year Curtis Weaver. Read more by clicking the link.
This story will never go away in football circles. The Mountain West’s Jordan Love certainly didn’t ask for this, but his ascension from unheralded recruit to 24-hour sports news cycle is complete after he was selected by Green Bay in the first round of the draft. Packers have neglected to draft a skill position player for Aaron Rodgers in the first round for his entire duration in Green Bay. Read above to see how Love is involved with history repeating itself.
Title says it all. Click the link to watch the full interview
Mountain West Media Days won’t be the same this summer
Ducks, Aggies, flying cars
Yes, we’re all bored. I’m a sucker for the Rainbow helmet.
On The Horizon:
- Coming Thursday: 20 UNLV Games to Watch During Quarantine
- Coming Thursday: Unanswered Questions #8 Football Season Timeline
- Coming Friday: MWCConnection Roundtable: Who are the 2021 draft picks in the conference?