It’s Wednesday and the links are stopping so keep reading.
Wolf Pack RBs poised for a breakout.
Take a look at why the Nevada running back unit, led by Toa Taua and Devonte Lee, are healthy and looking to be a formidable unit when they return to the field, whenever that will be.
White House is not calling the Mountain West.
If you were on social media on Tuesday, you probably saw all the updates about the President talking to the Big Ten about un-canceling football for the fall. Maybe it happens, maybe it won’t. But the non-update update is that maybe the White House doesn’t have long distance, because those calls did not make it west to the MWC or the PAC12 for that matter.
A potential start for college hoops.
Source: The Men's and Women's Basketball Oversight Committee will propose a start date of November 25th to the Division 1 Council for the 20-21 college basketball season.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) September 1, 2020
Alton gets the nod from Rothstein for preseason POY.
Mountain West Preseason Player of the Year:— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) August 31, 2020
Derrick Alston Jr., Boise State
Remember simpler and happier times?
...— Mountain West (@MountainWest) August 31, 2020
@BroncoSportsFB staged an 18-pt comeback to beat Florida State
True freshman @btalton111 hit a game-winning FG for @NevadaFootball as time expired
@wyo_football forced four turnovers to take down Mizzou
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On the horizon:
- Later today: Peak Perspective: The MWC vs. the AAC 2019 Season Comparison
- Coming Thursday: Bowl History: The California Bowl
- Coming Friday: MWCConnection Roundtable: What team will you be rooting for this season?
- Coming Friday: Friday Night Lights Review S1E1