This isn’t an article so much as it is statistics, but it’s good for reference. The real question: how many teams are willingly going over the 85 scholarship threshold, and how many are bringing back seniors at the expense of recruits?
Ugly news, but if the USA Today is covering a Mountain West sports topic, so should we.
There are a few recognizable names on this list, including Fresno State’s Ronnie Rivers and San Jose State’s Nick Starkel.
San Diego State wins the regular season championship!
A record eighth regular-season title for the Aztecs.— San Diego State Men's Basketball (@Aztec_MBB) March 4, 2021
Back-to-back regular season champions.
That’s something to write about. pic.twitter.com/IViIZD3RKF
Rams take care of business
The Utah State at San Diego State women’s basketball game, slated for Thursday, March 4, has been canceled.— Mountain West (@MountainWest) March 3, 2021
This game will be declared a “forfeit” and both teams will be given a loss in the Conference standings for seeding purposes in the Mountain West tournament only. pic.twitter.com/yXEU5Nwbix
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Q&A with BSU AD
Thanks to @JeramiahDickey for his time. Tons of good stuff on Leon Rice, the basketball budget, spring football game, fans this fall and more.— B.J. Rains (@BJRains) March 4, 2021
He’s already had a busy two months, but has no plans to slow down. https://t.co/KuOlX7SDr0
On The Horizon:
Today: Looking back at Boise State’s past struggles in March