Onward and upward, I say!!! Though we still have broken hearts, and lots of questions, the schedule marches on. And next the slate? The University of Wyoming! Also, it is homecoming. So make sure and join in on the festivities over the week and enjoy the show!
- X receiver: Thomas Sperbeck, D.J. Dean, Austin Cottrell
- H receiver: Shane Williams-Rhodes, Terrell Johnson, Akilian Butler
- Z receiver: Chaz Anderson, A.J. Richardson
- LT: Rees Odhiambo, Archie Lewis
- LG: Travis Averill, Andrew Tercek
- C: Marcus Henry, Mason Hampton
- RG: Steven Baggett, Kellen Buhr, Tennessee Su'esu'e
- RT: Mario Yakoo, Archie Lewis, Jerhen Ertel
- TE: Jake Roh, Holden Huff, Jake Hardee, Alec Dhaenens
- QB: Brett Rypien, Thomas Stuart, Alex Ogle
- RB: Jeremy McNichols, Kelsey Young, Devan Demas, Jack Fields
- DE: Tyler Horn, Sam McCaskill
- NT: Armand Nance, Robert Ash
- DT: Justin Taimatuia, Tutulupeatu Mataele, Elloit Hoyte
- STUD: Kamalei Correa, Jabril Frazier, Durrant Miles
- WLB: Ben Weaver OR Tyler Gray, Leighton Vander Esch
- MLB: Tanner Vallejo, Joe Martarano, Darren Lee
- N: Chanceller James, Mercy Maston
- CB: Raymond Ford OR Tyler Horton
- S: Kameron Miles, Skyler Seibold
- S: Darian Thompson, Cameron Hartsfield
- CB: Jonathon Moxey, Raymond Ford
- K: Tyler Rausa, Blake Gonzalez
- HOLD: Sean Wale
- SNAP: Kevin Keane, Matt Cota
- P: Sean Wale
- KO: Tyler Rausa, Blake Gonzalez
- KR: Jeremy McNichols, Kelsey Young
- PR: Shane Williams-Rhodes, Donte Deayon
Notes and wild speculation
- Sperbeck continues doing well. Per Jay Tust:
#BoiseState WR Thomas Sperbeck leads the MW in receiving yards, yards per catch and is tied for 1st in receiving TD. pic.twitter.com/v9HnpXUVdu— Jay Tust (@KTVBSportsGuy) October 18, 2015
And that is pretty awesome!
- The O-line has been getting a bad rap all week. So far having allowed 19 sacks in the season. That is good for being tied for 106th in the nation. Ouch. That is a lot of times the QB, whoever that is, getting hit by the opposing team. Already seven games under the belt, one would think they would have that under control. I guess we'll see.
- Harsin said during his presser he expects McNichols to be back this week. Last week McNichols even went so far as to warm up and get a little bit of time during warmups. But he ended up in game sweats before the opening kickoff. His concussion will hopefully have gotten better and allow him to perform.
- Despite Utah State's somewhat success in rushing, still no 100 yard rusher. But mostly because of the short field the Aggies had from a certain number of turnovers. Don't have to go too far when you have the type of field advantage they did.
- Biggest change so far is Deayon is out for (about) four weeks with a surgery over the weekend. I have never once wanted to shake my fist in quiet rage than when Deayon got his leg rolled on by the Colorado State defender. Be wary, Colorado State guy, the sternly-worded e-mail is headed for your sports information director! Deayon will be sorely missed.
- Which leads us into the opportunity for one of the other cornerbacks to step up. Ford OR Horton. Based on previous play time, I would have to venture to say that Horton gets the nod here. This true freshman has played quite well and been a solid reliever for Deayon. Here is to Horton for stepping up. Big shoes to fill.
- Rausa is good. The kicking game is comforting. Yay kicking!
Anything worth noting about the starting lineup? Any surprises? Will McNichols play this Saturday? Will Ford or Horton get the start? Will Deayon be back in four weeks, or later with any lingering issues? Will we see Turner again this year? Let me know!