It’s Monday and we are back in action. Catch up on everything that happened the past few days and see what’s coming your way this week.
Troy Calhoun is in his 14th season as the head coach at AFA, but last year may have been his best season ever. The Athletic previews the Falcons this year in their attempt to build upon last year’s success. While they lost many productive seniors from last year’s squad, they return their QB, leading rusher, two elite offensive lineman, and their top tackler from last year. That’s a good start. They were also one of the few teams to have almost all of their spring practices.
All 10 Mountain West Swimming and Diving programs (at least there were 10 at the time this was announced) were recognized as Spring Scholar All-American Teams by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA). Good for them.
Jordan Love has officially signed.
NCAA implementing a new rule in women’s sports.
A group of coaches and people who work on diversity in sports are calling for the NCAA to implement an Oregon Rooney Rule nationwide and requirements for women finalists in women's sports coaching jobs. https://t.co/hCXmkaWYi7 pic.twitter.com/8VCBJItywS— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) July 5, 2020
CSU’s McBride getting a spotlight.
Colorado State TE Trey McBride (@mcbtrey) stood out on film. Sure hands, with fantastic YAC ability. He’s the best TE in the MWC conference and with another strong season, should be looked at as one of the best in the nation. #NFLDraft #DraftTwitter pic.twitter.com/dfMKAerCsz— Jack Borowsky (@thegridiron_nfl) July 3, 2020
On the horizon:
- Later today: A new MWC Recruiting Roundup, filled with the latest news and offers.
- Later today: Is it a rivalry? UNLV vs Nevada
- Coming Tuesday: Another edition of The Good, The Bad, The Ugly.
- Later today: Is it a rivalry? Wyoming vs Hawaii
- Coming Wednesday: Peak Perspective: The Top Five Offenses Entering 2020
- Coming Wednesday: Is it a rivalry? Boise State vs Nevada
- Coming Wednesday: Revisiting the Boise State 2016 Class concludes with the Defensive Backs Part 2