What lies at the bottom of the ocean and twitches?
A nervous wreck.
Now that camps are back on, Boise State getting after it
There are a good mix of schools here. Lots of opportunities for kids to be seen, and for the coaches to see as many guys as they possibly can. This is an important step for the Broncos' recruiting effort, so it is nice to see them getting involved with some big-time schools.
Oh Missouri is also there? Well that shouldn't be awkward.
All athletes in Houston, Tx need to attend this Mega camp June 3rd! I'll be there! pic.twitter.com/o9PrCvXzGK— footwork_king (@footwork_king1) April 29, 2016
I could actually get behind this if it were their basketball team and their other sports. But they also want to bring in football. Which, I wouldn't support (unless we want to give Nevada the boot). That would be 13 teams in football and that just couldn't work. Could it?
The Mountain West Conference was, well, down this past season in men's basketball so having another perennial top-25 team would do some positive things for the conference. Plus it would bring back a balanced schedule instead of only catching one of the teams once. That would be pretty nice.
This has some good points about not being too judgmental about a kid's decision to leave college early and enter the NFL draft. The one about getting their heads beat in for free I also agree with.
Not going to spoil the Boise State one on here because I don't do that for these articles. But I think after his senior year, the Boise State selection in this article will be able to spend, at least, a couple of years in the NFL.
Everyone else is talking about it. We might as well too.
Star Wars Asciimation. I can dig it.