After a few weeks of scoreboard watching and BCS calculating, we're with Coach Pete: just worry about what you can control and the rest will take care of itself. It's really, probably, the healthiest alternative for us now, especially since Utah beats bad teams by three and holds its lead in the BCS and the WAC finds new ways to fall apart every week.
We'll get to the BCS and more throughout the day. For now, here are your Monday links:
Kyle Efaw makes like Chris O'Neill and doesn't drop passes [Press-Tribune]
Burning question: does that make Tommy Gallarda the next Kyle Efaw?
Hal Mumme's run-first strategy did not impress Kyle Gingg [Press-Tribune]
It also did not make any sense.
Phil Dailey officially on board the Bronco legacy train [Press-Tribune]
Seems like only yesterday he was wondering if this Bronco team had what it takes.
Offense and defense shine in Boise State win [Statesman]
Meanwhile, intangibles/coaching earn a disappointing "C." We demand to speak to their teacher!
Boise State not getting much help from other schools [Statesman]
Brian Murphy confronts the BCS problem the only way he knows how: fragments.
Winterswyk got the start at defensive tackle [Statesman]
Just for kicks and giggles, really. No other reason.
Broncos clear the bench against the Aggies [Murph's Turf]
It was Brock Jaramillo's one shining moment.
Ian Johnson wearing a cast around campus last week? [Bronco Beat]
Why is this just now being brought to our attention? Sort of seems like important news.
Broncos might forever be working on penalties [Dave's Blog]
At least false starts and offsides are only the five-yard variety.
Vinny Perretta manages not to make fun of NMSU in his blog [NCAA.com]
We, on the other hand, do not have nearly that much self-control.
Graham Watson will fix the BCS if you let her [ESPN.com]
Please don't let her. We don't want a non-BCS playoff for the final BCS berth.
"We don't mean to make excuses but we're going to make excuses" [Bleed Crimson]
Finding solace in roster depth analysis.
The WAC sure has gone downhill fast [BNN]
In the words of Ron Burgundy, "That escalated quickly."