Grayson Murray and Charlie Saxon have some peace of mind going into today’s second round of the Albertsons Boise Open.
It seems weird, but Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post was asked in his Broncos Mailbag if Denver isn’t playing Brett Rypien in order to keep him under the radar and stash him on the practice squad.
Boise State’s first-teamers are strong all across the board this season. Even the unidentified ones (quarterback and running back). But if injuries crop up the way they did last year, will the Broncos’ depth compensate?
Boise State defensive statistics were rife with weirdness in 2018. The bad news: the Broncos were all the way down at No. 102 in the country in interceptions, making only seven all season.
In most years, Boise State releases a preseason depth chart. It gives us hints as to how the pecking order will go, and it serves as a conversation piece at the very least.
Boise State has had a 1,000-yard rusher for 10 straight seasons, running (literally) through Jeremy Avery, Doug Martin, D.J Harper, Jay Ajayi, Jeremy McNichols and Alexander Mattison.
Veteran writer Pete Thamel posted this story Tuesday at Yahoo! Sports: “Which college football coaches will get plucked for bigger jobs next year?”
Boise State needs to throw the kitchen sink at Florida State in 2½ weeks. And with a new quarterback and new running back, creativity is in order. So what’s in the sink this year?
There’s been a lot of talk this summer—especially at Mountain West Media Days—about the strength of the Mountain West at quarterback. Let’s discuss amongst ourselves.
Those who just scratch the surface when making college football predictions will say this: “Boise State lost its top two receivers!” And that is true.