Daily Hike, May 20: Is It All-Mountain West Football Time Already?
Lots of Mountain West Conference news slips through the cracks, but we have you covered.
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It was a fairly busy weekend around the Mountain West, so let’s not waste time catching you up on what you need to know:
UNLV lands a big transfer [MW Wire]
It seems like the Runnin’ Rebels have had themselves a pretty solid off-season to this point, and our Eli Boettger has the latest on their most recent move.
PODCAST: A wrap-up of West Division spring football [MW Wire]
Part two of our spring football overview talks about whether we should be concerned about San Diego State’s iffy spring, Nevada’s intriguing quarterback quandry, and more.
The first all-conference football team of the off-season is unveiled [Athlon]
They couldn’t find one more tight end? Carson Terrell? Parker Houston? John Bates?
Kendall Milton is set on the Power 5 [Twitter]
Fresno State fans held out hope that the local five-star running back might keep the hometown ‘Dogs in the running, but it’s hard to blame such a talent for any choice he makes.
Three from the Mountain West crack the Lott IMPACT watch list [Lott IMPACT]
Watch list season won’t kick into high gear until later this summer, but the honor given annual to the defender who best exemplifies integrity, maturity, performance, academics, community and tenacity features Mykal Walker, Curtis Weaver and David Woodward in its list of 42 players to watch.
Mountain West softball season comes to a close [Coloradoan and Idaho Statesman]