What Mountain West Personalities Have Said About The George Floyd Protests

What Mountain West Personalities Have Said About The George Floyd Protests

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What Mountain West Personalities Have Said About The George Floyd Protests

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What Mountain West Personalities Have Said About The George Floyd Protests


In the wake of George Floyd’s death and protests in his name, administrators and coaches across the Mountain West have responded.


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In the wake of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis on May 25, subsequent protests, and police violence nationwide, a call has gone out to those with platforms and influence to not only speak out, but take action and become part of creating change to systems of disenfranchisement and brutality.

To that end, administrations and coaches across the Mountain West have collected their thoughts and feelings over the last few days. This post will be periodically updated.

Mountain West Conference Board of Directors

Air Force

Football head coach Troy Calhoun

Football defensive backs coach Curome Cox

Boise State

Football head coach Bryan Harsin

Men’s basketball graduate assistant coach James Reid

Women’s soccer coach Jim Thomas [thread]

University president Marlene Tromp

Colorado State

Men’s basketball assistant coach JR Blount

University president Joyce McConnell

Men’s basketball head coach Niko Medved

Women’s basketball head coach Ryun Williams

Fresno State

University president Joseph Castro

Football head coach Kalen DeBoer

Athletic director Terry Tumey

Hawaii

Football head coach Todd Graham

Nevada

Men’s basketball coach Steve Alford

Athletic director Doug Knuth

Women’s basketball head coach Amanda Levens

Football associate head coach/offensive coordinator Matt Mumme

Football head coach Jay Norvell

New Mexico

Women’s basketball head coach Mike Bradbury

University president Garnett S. Stokes

Men’s basketball head coach Paul Weir

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