San Diego State’s stadium project reached a huge milestone yesterday. When finished, this stadium might be the premier facility in the conference. It won’t be ready until next season, but the hype continues to build.
Few Group of 5 programs can boast about consistency of winning like Boise State football. Even so, a new regime brings an element of unknown. The Broncos face an unusually tough slate this fall. What does the preseason data suggest we should expect for the 2021 Broncos?
Athlon released their preseason All-America teams, and three Mountain West players made the cut: Nevada wide receiver Romeo Doubs, Utah State kick/punt returner Savon Scarver, and San Jose State DL Cade Hall.
The Star-Tribune’s Davis Potter takes a look at San Jose State football, who will face the Wyoming Cowboys this fall. The Spartans are the champs, but the hunter has now become the hunted. Read above for Potter’s take on the 2021 Spartans.
Mountain West Media Days are near
Well done, student-athletes!
NevadaSportsNet interviews new Pittsburgh Pirate Owen Sharts
Q&A with NSN's Wolf Pack athlete of the month Owen Sharts, who reflects on his three seasons at Nevada as he turns pro after being drafted by the Pirates.— Chris Murray (@ByChrisMurray) July 14, 2021
"There's no price tag, no dollar amount, nothing you can buy that will replace my experience here." https://t.co/kbaSA99mOL
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On The Horizon:
Today: Outside Look at the MWC: Jack Johnson
Today: Nevada football 2021 offseason opponent preview: Hawai’i
Friday: Friday Night Lights Review S1E20