Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 3

Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 3

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Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 3


Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 3

We’ll keep you up to speed on all of the latest from around the Mountain West as fall camp gets into full swing.

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Teams across the MWC have taken to the practice field.

Now that fall camp has arrived and college football season is later this month, we at Mountain West Wire want to be sure that we keep you apprised of the latest goings-on from around the conference. Check back here every day for all of the news you’ll need.

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From Brent Briggeman at the Colorado Springs Gazette, there are three ways that the Falcons can change their fortunes.

Boise State

B.J. Rains over at Blue Turf Sports wrapped up his Countdown to Camp series by looking ahead and determining what the Broncos need to accomplish in fall camp.

Dave Southorn of the Idaho Statesman takes a closer look at running back Alexander Mattison, who carries high expectations among the coaching staff and for himself.

If you thought the Broncos had enough contributors on both sides of the ball, KTVB would like to remind you that there are some players who may not show up on the two-deep but could find a role because, yes, Boise State really is that deep.

Colorado State

Running back Rashaad Boddie is practicing with the Rams once again following a brief suspension, per the Coloradoan’s Kelly Lyell.

Matt Stephens of the Denver Post takes a look at what Mike Bobo’s pay raise really means for both the coach and his team as they turn the page on another 7-6 campaign.

Fresno State

Marcus McMaryion’s hold on the starting quarterback job is as secure as it gets in the Mountain West, but a little depth, in the form of new arrival Hunter Raquet, never hurts.

California may be facing a number of forest fires, but concerns about air quality in the San Joaquin Valley are non-existent among the Bulldogs.


Nick Rolovich continues to install the run-and-shoot offense and, if reports from KHON are to be believed, the going is pretty good thus far.

Is a rainbow on the islands a harbinger of good things to come? You decide:


Sound off, Wolf Pack fans: Is the 2018 home schedule the best that Mackay Stadium has ever seen? Chris Murray of the Reno Gazette-Journal poses the question.

New Mexico

Weight lifting videos are impressive every single time, but Mountain West athletes may have a hard time topping Aaron Blackwell for showmanship and performance:

Did you know that the Lobos have adopted a fan-friendly fall camp policy? Don’t miss the chance to go see how the quarterback situation unfolds, as the media began to see today.

San Jose State

The Spartans’ official Twitter account is doing a very cool series of post-practice interviews with players, most recently with linebacker Jamal Scott.


Mark Anderson of the Las Vegas Review-Journal gets some insight as to how quarterback Armani Rogers wants to progress in his second year as a starter.

Keep wide receiver Kendal Keys in your thoughts, as he’s back at practice just one week after his brother’s death.

Can running back Lexington Thomas be even better in 2018? Mike Grimala of the Las Vegas Sun catches up with him with that question in mind.


Brandon Foster of the Casper Star-Tribune has an update on the quarterback competition, some injury news and a note on the Cowboys’ lone scrimmage of fall camp.


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