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.
The Boise State quarterback battle is indeed wide open right now—not only due to Chase Cord’s healing ACL, but Hank Bachmeier’s considerable skills.
While I was in the KTVB newsroom yesterday, Jay Tust showed me video of a reception made in practice earlier in the day by Boise State wide receiver Octavius Evans.
You’ve got quarterback, running back, and even linebacker under the microscope during Boise State fall camp. But the Broncos need some kicking help.
Since the “Back In Black” headline has already been taken, I’ll date myself here. “Black Is Black,” Los Bravos, Parrot Records (August, 1966).
It’s too early to draw conclusions, but true freshman running back George Holani worked out with the veterans at the first practice of Boise State fall camp Friday.
(TOM SCOTT’S COLUMN WILL RETURN MONDAY, AUGUST 5) While surfing snippets from out-of-town media following Mountain West Media Days, I ran into a Fresno Bee story that had Fresno State running back Ronnie Rivers reminiscing about his winning overtime touchdown in the Mountain West championship game.