Mountain West Football: Fall Camp Roundup, August 6
Catch up on a new day of Mountain West football fall camp news.
It’s a busy Monday in the Mountain West.
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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David Ramsey of the Colorado Springs Gazette catches up with quarterback Isaiah Sanders, who came off the bench for a memorable performance against Utah State at the end of last season and has his eyes on the starting job this fall.
The “turnover belt” is so last year. Dave Southorn of the Idaho Statesman has a look at how the Broncos are celebrating impact players on defense during camp.
B.J. Rains at Blue Turf Sports catches up with offensive linemen John Molchon and Garrett Larson. ($)
It’s always very cool when a walk-on earns a scholarship, and it happened today in Fort Collins for offensive lineman Barry Wesley.
Young athletes on the Rams defensive line was tested early and often last fall, and Mike Brohard of the Loveland Reporter-Herald gives a glimpse at how they’re acclimating to a new system.
Two items from the Fresno Bee today: Robert Kuwada puts the spotlight on defensive lineman Jasad Haynes and his memorable feat of strength, then looks at how Netane Muti and Christian Cronk are fitting in with a revamped offensive line.
The threesome of Chevan Cordeiro, Cole McDonald and Jeremy Moussa have received most of the reps at quarterback in camp thus far, but Stephen Tsai of the Star-Advertiser says that you can’t overlook graduate transfer Kolney Cassel.
What a difference a year makes: Chris Murray of the Reno Gazette-Journal talks with coach Jay Norvell about the differences between year one and year two.
Some tough injury news from the Cowboys’ lone fall scrimmage: Guard Gavin Rush exited early and his status for returning to practice remains up in the air for the time being.