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If the Mountain West truly wants to play sports, they need rapid testing for players. That could be coming to a conference near you. If rapid testing comes, expect rapid plans to play to follow. This article highlights other fall sports would be on an even quicker path than football to return to play. This would also help basketball teams be able to keep their start date.
The next steps for the Mountain West in their quest to play this year.
Some Mountain West intel: Presidents meet next week to discuss three leading options: kickoff Oct 24, Oct 31, or winter/spring. Lots of enthusiasm for fall, but testing questions remain. AFA a wildcard; has set up two-game schedule with Army/Navy, but ...— Pat Forde (@ByPatForde) September 18, 2020
Bulldogs are committed to make a plan to play.
MWC hoops starting to take shape.
The @MountainWest will look to play 18 league games in basketball, beginning in late December. The MWC will play non-conference games.— Andy Katz (@TheAndyKatz) September 18, 2020
6 MWC coaches make the top 30 under 30 list.
On the horizon:
- Later today: The MWC pursing an 8-game schedule.
- Later today: A new MWC Recruiting Roundup, filled with the latest news and offers, plus a glance at Boise State recruiting.
- Later today: Peak Perspective: What does the MWC needs to figure out in order to play?
- Coming Tuesday: Another edition of The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: West Division Mascots.
- Coming Tuesday: Utah State week 3 Simulation.
- Coming Wednesday: Peak Perspective: The Pros and Cons of Craig Thompson’s Tenure.