Daily Hike, June 17: Allie Ostrander Thinks ESPN Might Have An Objectification Problem
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In case you missed anything over the weekend, here’s what you need to know to get caught up with all of the goings-on in the Mountain West.
PODCAST: Nevada football preview [MW Wire]
The next in our team preview podcasts turns to the Wolf Pack, where 2019 is all about staying power in Reno.
Mountain West football: Non-conference first looks [MW Wire]
The OOC initial previews keep rolling out, so be sure to stay on top of them in order to be better prepared for August:
- Colorado State: Western Illinois and Toledo
- Fresno State: Sacramento State and USC
- Nevada: Oregon, Purdue and Weber State
- New Mexico: Sam Houston State
- San Diego State: BYU
- Utah State: Wake Forest
Does ESPN have a problem with objectifying women? [Sports Illustrated]
Boise State superstar Allie Ostrander thinks they might, as she reflects on the portrayal of female athletes at the recent NCAA Track and Field Championships.
State of the Program: Fresno State [The Athletic]
You’ll need a subscription to read this one, but the Bulldogs are in the spotlight here for The Athletic’s ongoing series.
A rising star for New Mexico women’s basketball [Albuquerque Journal]
Ken Sickenger talks with freshman Autumn Watts about what she hopes to bring to the court for the Lobos this fall.
The countdown of critical Boise State football players continues [Idaho Press-Tribune]
Boise State football picks up a late transfer [KMVT]
The season of movement never ceases, and the Broncos land a defensive tackle from the Beehive State because of it.
Vegas product chooses UNLV basketball [Las Vegas Review-Journal]
The Runnin’ Rebels add another to their revamped roster and, this time, it’s a hometown prospect.