It’s the first day of August which means the start of everyone’s fall camp this week! The watch list parade has begun with a few MW players named to a prestigious one, and we throw in some player and team profiles as we get closer to the start of the season! Enjoy!
Maxwell Award Watch List
Unsurprisingly, the preseason choice for MW Offensive Player of the Year is named to Maxwell Award Watch List
Along with a couple of Broncos
CFB Focus with their First/Second All-MW Teams preseason lists
ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST TEAM 2023— CFB Focus (@cffmwachsman) July 31, 2023
QB Taylen Green/Boise State
RB George Holani/Boise State
RB Harrison Waylee/Wyoming
WR Tory Horton/Colorado State
WR Ricky White/UNLV
TE Treyton Welch/Wyoming
OT Cade Beresford/Boise State
OT Everett Smalley/Air Force
OG Cade… pic.twitter.com/Xy7tjHIoWR
If the Bulldogs are going to repeat as MW Football champions, they will need another big year from their defensive leader.
With a tumultuous last few weeks over their conference affiliation, the Aztecs seem relieved to start fall camp. There are several questions to be answered during camp, but read who is standing out already creating optimism for that first game whistle.
SuperWest Sports takes a look back at the Broncos’ 2022 season and previews the ‘23 season by focusing on returning production. Everybody knows the tough upcoming schedule, but is there enough on both sides of the football to believe Boise State can end their championship drought since 2019?
Unless you have the Steel Curtain from the 70s (yes, I am dating myself), a scoring average of 18.8 points per game is not a recipe for success in today’s college football. So what players will the Pack look to in order to increase total offensive production this season?
On the horizon:
Later today: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Season Predictions #1
Coming Wednesday: Peak Perspective: The Mountain West vs the American: 2022 Season Comparison.
Coming Thursday: Boise State’s Top Players: #4
Coming Thursday: Air Force Falcons 2023 Preview