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Mountaintop View 12-19-23 What’s next for football Broncos/Bulldogs, Ioane relocation, Basketball news and Players of Week

NCAA Basketball: ESPN Events Invitational-Boise State at Virginia Tech

The MW finished 1-1 over the weekend in bowl games and both conference participants have big questions going into next season. We see what they might be along with basketball news including a MW team moving up in the polls and notes from some Sunday games. Enjoy!

MW Football News

Instant analysis: Boise State’s second-half bowl meltdown raises some concerns for 2024

The roller coaster season that was Bronco football looked great after the first half in their LA Bowl matchup against UCLA. However, there are two halves to a football game and the Bruins overtook Boise State and won going away. So what does this portend, if anything, for the Bronco 2024 season?

Fresno State rebounds with bowl blowout. But what’s next for Tedford and the Bulldogs?

The Bulldogs ended their regular season with three losses but rebounded behind their interim head coach to trounce New Mexico State in the New Mexico Bowl Saturday. Their happiness might be short-lived as there are several questions for the program moving forward.

Intra-conference job change officially announced

MW Basketball News

Colorado State men’s basketball team moves up in top-25 polls

The Rams only had one game last week due to finals, but their blowout win enabled them to rise in both men’s basketball polls.

MW Men’s Basketball Players of the Week

The conference announces their newest weekly award winners.

‘That’s huge.’ Boise State basketball sets program record with 20th straight home win

Chibuzo Agbo scored 19 points in the first half to set the tone for the Broncos as they coasted to a victory over Cal State Fullerton Sunday afternoon in Boise. It was not just a victory, but a program record one that could be broken again come December 29th.

Three takeaways: Nevada basketball gets character-building win on road at Hawaii

With their two top stars having off-nights, the Wolf Pack’s role players took the reins in their close win at Hawaii. See what other takeaways Nevada Sports Net’s Chris Murray has in his analysis.

On the horizon:

Later today: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Bowl Edition #1

Later today: Hike’s Peak Podcast Episode 27

Coming tomorrow: Peak Perspective: Reviewing the Mountain West 2020 Recruiting Class