Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 4

Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 4

Boise State

Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 4


Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 4

The day in Mountain West football’s fall camp is highlighted by a Colorado State scrimmage.

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A Saturday of football… on practice fields, anyway.

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.

Boise State

B.J. Rains over at Blue Turf Sports catches up with Kekoa Nawahine, whose family has had a positive impact on how his collegiate career has unfolded thus far.

Dave Southorn of the Idaho Statesman, meanwhile, talks with David Moa about last year’s off-field concerns and the experiences which followed.

Colorado State

The Rams had a scrimmage on Saturday and there are plenty of takeaways from the on-field results:

Insights from the Loveland Reporter-Herald‘s Mike Brohard, the Fort Collins Coloradoan‘s Kelly Lyell and Kevin Lytle, and Justin Michael of the Rams Report.

Michael also got to chat with running back Izzy Matthews about his newfound enthusiasm for HBO’s Game of Thrones. Wonder if he’s read all of the books, as well?

Fresno State

Fall camp presents opportunities for trying new things, and experimenting with remote-controlled tackling dummies, as the Fresno Bee‘s Robert Kuwada notes, is no exception.


The Warriors have plenty of receiving options for their new offense and, through the first week of camp, it seems as though Nick Rolovich is pleased with the progress they’ve made.

New Mexico

Given the messy situation regarding Urban Meyer at Ohio State, reporters asked Bob Davie, who employed Meyer at Notre Dame, about it:

San Jose State

The Spartans’ official website has a wealth of videos and insights into the day’s practice, the first as a full team this fall.


Rebels head coach Tony Sanchez isn’t too fond of the new kickoff rules, as the Las Vegas Review-Journal‘s Mark Anderson discovers, but his special teams are still mulling how to best navigate the new situation.

Utah State

Brad Rock of the Deseret News catches up with Chuckie Keeton, the Aggies star quarterback-turned-coach.


The defense may carry the day most weeks this fall, but a young offensive line, as Robert Gagliardi notes, may be crucial to the offense’s rebound.


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