It’s FINALLY Friday. The news and updates keep going though, so take a look at what we have for you today.
Netflix is taking Kaepernick.
Coming to a living room near you. A six-episode series looking at Colin’s high school years as the adoptive child of two white parents, as well as the circumstances that led him to becoming a star at Nevada and the poster-person for protesting racism in America.
New Mexico prepping for the football season safely.
He is a FAQ section for New Mexico as they try their best to make football season happen as safely as possible.
Boise State cutting sports.
#BoiseState announces they are discontinuing their baseball and swimming and diving programs in cost-saving decisions...— Will Hall (@WillHallKTVB) July 2, 2020
Statements from AD Curt Apsey and President Dr. Marlene Tromp below pic.twitter.com/hF624U0dy4
Aggie coaching hire.
Welcome to the family @CoachRoc!— USU Football (@USUFootball) July 2, 2020
Bellantoni joins the staff as the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.
➡️ https://t.co/IzJptdCv7T#AggiesAllTheWay pic.twitter.com/RtL9DeqVlG
UNM Athletics is nearing its return to voluntary offseason workouts and today released results of first round of testing of athletes, coaches and staff who will be part of first wave (primarily, but not exclusively, football).— Geoff Grammer (@GeoffGrammer) July 1, 2020
• 88 tests
• 87 negative, 1 positive for COVID-19 pic.twitter.com/0ZKBfbC2Mg
On the Horizon:
- Later today: Is it a rivalry? Air Force vs Boise State
- Later today: MWCConnection Roundtable: Which teams will be bowl eligible in 2020?