Daily Hike, December 19: 2018 Mountain West Ambitions Are Already High
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Izzy Matthews has many goals for 2018 [MWwire]
The Colorado State running back has made clear that goals for himself and his team are high.
UNLV baseball’s non-conference schedule is solid [MWwire]
Baseball season isn’t too far away, and the Rebels will have a slate that should challenge them as they build themselves back into a contender.
Boise State’s 2018 could be a big one [Idaho Statesman]
Dave Southorn takes stock of what the Broncos lose, as well as the immense amount of talent they return, as they look forward to next fall.
Oregon State hires two Hawaii coaches [OregonLive.com]
Warriors defensive coordinator Legi Suiaunoa and receivers coach Kefense Hynson, among others, will be a part of the new Beavers staff.
McLane Mannix shines as a Wolf Pack freshman [Midland Reporter-Telegram]
One of the conference’s breakout stars gets a write-up out in West Texas.
Can Nevada land its best recruit ever? [Reno Gazette-Journal]
In his mailbag column, Chris Murray puts forth his best guess as to how good a chance the Nevada Wolf Pack have to land Penei Sewell, who would be the program’s first four-star recruit out of high school.
Wyoming could get a look at redshirts in the Potato Bowl [Casper Star- Tribune]
Could a rule change benefit redshirting athletes?