Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 5
A quieter day of prep for Mountain West football season isn’t totally devoid of news.
A day off for many players, but not for the college football beat.
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.
David Ramsey of the Colorado Springs Gazette takes a look at how the Falcons defense, which allowed 32.4 points per game in 2017, can improve the team’s fortunes in the Mountain division.
Wide receiver Octavius Evans has received rave reviews in fall camp thus far, so the Idaho Statesman‘s Rachel Roberts caught up with the sophomore who just might be the Broncos’ next pass-catching star.
No Michael Gallup? No problem, according to the Coloradoan‘s Kelly Lyell and Kevin Lytle, who measure up the Rams receivers to figure out who might be the next big-play wideout.
Cole McDonald, Jeremy Moussa and Chevan Cordeiro have received the lion’s share of reps at quarterback thus far in fall camp, but KHON‘s Ren Clayton looks deeper into the developing situation.
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie: The Albuquerque Journal‘s Steven Virgen talks with Lobos punter Tyson Dyer about his journey from Australia to New Mexico.
San Diego State
The running game may have its lead back in Juwan Washington, but the Union-Tribune‘s Kirk Kenney examines how the rest of the corps might establish itself in fall camp.
The Rebels defense has allowed under six yards per play just once in the last four seasons, but new coordinator Tim Skipper, in a conversation with the Sun‘s Mike Grimala isn’t too concerned with the team’s recent track record.