Boise might not have been ready for the big time just yet If nothing else, we can certainly agree that they need to figure some things out on special teams before it completely torpedoes their entire season. The Broncos had a punt blocked in the first half that gave the Cowboys the ball first and … Continue reading What We Learned About the Mountain West Conferencein Week Three
As each week passes in college football season, more questions and unknowns become answered. Contenders turn into pretenders and surprise teams officially turn into contenders. The same rings true for quarterbacks. Some QBs play really well against lower level talent and struggle against elite talent, some are mediocre or average against any level of talent, … Continue reading Group of 5 Quarterbacks With The Most Interesting Match Ups In Week 2
What an opening salvo from the Mountain West, huh? So much offense. I'll have to start planning on a lot more #MountainWestAfterDark if this pace keeps up. Hawai'i is going to run and shoot their way to a bowl game The calendar just rolled over to September, but the Rainbow Warriors are already 2-0. I'm … Continue reading What Did We Learn From Our First Week of Mountain West Conference Football?
The Ramblers are going to the Elite Eight. Eric Musselman and the Martin twins are heading back to Reno. With six seconds to go, Marques Towns hit a three-pointer, making Loyola go up four. LOYOLA ONIONS pic.twitter.com/4D9760bHNw — Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) March 23, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js This game was fun. Both teams went back and forth … Continue reading Loyola Continues Run, Defeats Nevada in Sweet Sixteen
The opening weekend of college basketball has been very exciting. In the left side of the bracket, no one or two seeds remain. The best team standing is 3 seed Michigan. There have been some mid-majors upsetting major programs many times from Thursday to Sunday. There were fifteen upset total this past weekend, and six … Continue reading Mid-Majors in the Sweet Sixteen and How They Got There
What a weekend. These four days may be one of the best opening weekends in NCAA Tournament history. Tonight, the Madness continued when 7 seed Nevada upset 2 seed Cincinnati. The Wolf Pack was down 22 with 11 minutes to go. They somehow came back and won, advancing to the Sweet Sixteen. Nevada was down … Continue reading Nevada Makes Comeback, Defeats Cincinnati
2018 NCAA Tournament South Region Preview: No. 10 Texas Longhorns vs. No. 7 Nevada Wolf Pack Date: March 16, 2018 Location: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee Time: 4:30 PM ET TV: TBS Seeing how Oklahoma performed today with Trae Young, is it safe to say the Big 12 is over rated and that this might be … Continue reading 2018 NCAA Tournament South Region Preview: Can Nevada play underdog to a title run?
Last night, Utah State, the 7th seed in the Mountain West upset the 2nd seed and bubble team Boise State in the Mountain West Conference quarterfinals. San Diego State defeated Fresno State yesterday to continue their now 7-game win streak. The Aggies and Aztecs both advanced to the MWC semifinals, which will be played tonight. … Continue reading Hot Aggies and Aztecs Play Top Teams in MWC Semis
As Omar covered this morning, the Aggies have done a solid job with their upcoming schedules, creating a nice mix of retaining a few Sun Belt connections, re-establishing a handful of WAC/MWC connections, and generally not traveling fifty bajillion miles in the process. The fact remains though, that the Aggies require an additional two games … Continue reading How Should New Mexico State Finish Out Their Upcoming Independent Football Schedules? How Will They?
So I waited to write this until I had gotten one episode of each done, but here we are, back at it. When I say each, I mean one basketball show and one football show, because I ain't about to cram two sports into one 30 minute show. We're starting off easy. I'm back hosting … Continue reading The Forgettable Five Podcast Has Returned! Again. For Real This Time, Probably