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Mountaintop View 1-25-21

Broncos clear, Cowboys size, Ram OC, Laramie eases restrictions, scheduling change.

Mountain West Football Championship - Boise State v San Jose State Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

It’s Monday and we are back at it. As always, the Mountain West news keeps coming out and we are your source for reading it. Check out the latest news below and take a look at what’s coming your way this week on our site.

Broncos cleared to play.

After initially, having to pause activities and cancelled games, Boise State is back to playing. A positive test came back and contact tracing in the program meant there weren’t enough players play. That test ended up being a false positive and there is a good chance the games against Fresno State will be made up later.

Wyoming basketball levels up.

The Cowboys injected some much needed size into their debut of freshman center Graham Ike. He didn’t make a huge impact, nor did he play much at all (9 minutes). However, he showed promised of things to come and what he could do as he continues to develop. Update: He played Sunday and played very well.

Vanderbilt targeting Rams OC.

Colorado State offensive coordinator Joey Lynch is expected to join the Vanderbilt staff under their new head coach. Lych just completed his first season with the Rams program. CSU also lost their wide receivers coach this offseason.

Wyoming eases some restrictions.

Scheduling change.

On the horizon:

  • Later today: Nevada season review: Defense
  • Later today: A new MWC Recruiting Roundup, filled with the latest news and offers.
  • Coming Tuesday: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: West Division
  • Coming Wednesday: Peak Perspective: Was the 2020 Season a Success?