With the current chaos of college football conference realignment and the probability of more, we include a couple of links that speak to simpler times and the fan identification towards long-time broadcast voices of the game. Enjoy all the links/content!
College football never stops changing; will fans continue to follow?
Ivan Maisel takes a 30,000 foot view of college realignment (current and possibly in near future) and touches on other areas of concern other than television money.
Every college football fan should be rooting for the Pac-12’s survival
Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports waxes nostalgically for the diehard college football fan who loves the whole of college football and not just the super conferences.
Just a primer to get the football juices going
Both teams are touted as two of the favorites in MW this year. Will it be a MW Championship Game preview?
Boise State vs Fresno State for the "Milk Can"— CFB Home (@CFBHome) July 7, 2022
All-time series: Boise State leads 16-7
1977-1996: Fresno State led 3-0
1997-2012: Boise State led 11-1
2013-2017: Boise State led 3-2
2018-2021: Boise State led 2-1
Next matchup- October 8th in Boise, Idaho. pic.twitter.com/EZoEem4CgE
Kaiser Permanente Named Founding Partner at Snapdragon Stadium
The five-year agreement with San Diego State gives Kaiser naming rights to Thrive Park, a year round area of reinforced grass fields.
Former Fresno State Bulldog having career year....
Aaron Judge on pace to finish the season with these numbers:— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) July 7, 2022
He's got a .287/.366/.627 slash line.
More preseason love for Bronco Safety...
EARLY TOP 10 SAFETIES LIST pic.twitter.com/1IInM7c3qU— PFF College (@PFF_College) July 7, 2022
Bronco Champion takes us back
“The person who was going to win was gonna be the person with the best mindset.”— Mountain West (@MountainWest) July 7, 2022
: June 11, 2022
♀️: #NCAATF Championship@BroncoSportXCTF’s Kristie Schoffield takes us back to her performance#AtThePeak | #BleedBlue pic.twitter.com/CIGIke4bgz
COLUMN: WE SURE LOVE SPORTS BROADCASTERS, DON’T WE?
As Dave Walsh retires after 38 years of broadcasting Wyoming football and basketball, 7220sports shares personal thoughts on growing up listening to the long-time voices of the game and their impact on the fan.
On The Horizon:
Later Today: MWCConnection Roundtable: Will realignment news impact the Mountain West?
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