I was accused of ruining a family portrait.
But I was framed.
Donte Deayon continues to play football well
And is rewarded thusly.
Donte Deayon getting a look with the first-team Dime D. Playing outside opposite Jenkins, Hall and DRC inside. #Giants— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) August 14, 2016
It will be a difficult transition for the Broncos in replacing Deayon but, by the looks of it, he is not having any troubles transitioning to his next chapter. The number of guys Boise State is able to put on the next level is a pretty great thing.
The Broncos football Olympics continues with a bit of a home run derby
This looks pretty fun.
Fall Camp 2016.— Boise State Recruits (@BSURecruits) August 15, 2016
Bronco Olympics HR Derby ⚾️ pic.twitter.com/IMcEj8E7RN
Course, Now I want to try and crush a tennis ball to the stands. I doubt I could get to the second deck, but maybe I could get lucky and hit one pretty far into the first. Also, a lucky fan may be able to stumble upon a stray tennis ball.
A lot of the youngsters were able to get some good playing time and a lot of minutes. While ending on a positive note (the Broncos leave with a 2-1 record) the important thing is for the coaches and players knowing what they have going into the season. While the teams are just going to get more difficult as the season wears on, at least this gives a glimpse at what the Broncos have for the season.
Coach Shawn Garus reviews some of the upgrades made to the gym and the new look on the floor. Pretty snazzy!
The game is just over* two weeks away (GEE, WONDER IF THERE IS A WAY OF KEEPING TRACK OF THAT) and this is not quite the best news. Most importantly is the safety of the people, so hopefully they square that away. Course, I do not think anyone would mind having the game in Boise.
*Edit: Math is hard. Look to the comments.
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