Jeremy McNichols confident heading into year 3
He of the boulder arms speaks of how he has improved going into this year.
Offense Clicking already
As I may (definitely) have mentioned before (many times), the Boise State offense should be very good this year (like...very, very good).
In case you missed it, you can catch up on all the sights and sounds of day 2 of fall camp here.
Also, here are two awesome write-ups on DE Sam McCaskill and LB Joe Martarano
Moving on to Broncos in Rio!
As mentioned in previous posts, Boise State has 6 current and former athletes competing in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.
Here’s a peek at some of the social media surrounding their participation in the event. Very cool to see!
Jordin Andrade, representing Cape Verde in the 400m hurdle:
Something crazy? Jordin had trouble making varsity T&F in HS. His drive & determined got him to #Rio2016. #JHurdles pic.twitter.com/8d11sL8qUd— Jay Tust (@KTVBSportsGuy) August 6, 2016
Pretty awesome. #CPV's @jordinandradej entering the stadium in Rio for the #OpeningCeremony. pic.twitter.com/ylsowG5NJu— Jay Tust (@KTVBSportsGuy) August 6, 2016
Isabella Amado, representing Panama in gymnastics:
George Ivanov, representing Bulgaria in wrestling
He doesn’t have any live media from the opening ceremonies, but there is this from yesterday. He’s the assistant wrestling coach at Maryville.
With 1 day until the Olympic Games, I flex with my Maryville Wrestling shirt. #Rio2016 #Olympics #Maryville pic.twitter.com/1UHna0LTjQ— Georgi Ivanov (@BUL_Nightmare) August 4, 2016
Courtney McGregor, representing New Zealand in gymnastics
There is not current media from her, but there is this profile on her.
Kurt Felix, representing Grenada in decathlon
I unfortunately was also unable to find current media on Kurt Felix, but here is what your rooting interest looks like
Graham DeLaet, representing Canada in golf
Again, no live media from the Opening Ceremonies, but this is Graham
And he’s actually been an extremely successful professional golfer. You can read up on him here.
And speaking of extremely successful professional athletes from BSU
Here’s a fun comparison chart of Boise State compared to other Big 12 expansion candidates
Actually this graph is out of date as Boise State alum, Jeron ‘Hitman’ Johnson was adopted from the free agent ranks by the Kansas City Chiefs just yesterday
The #KCChiefs, still without star safety Eric Berry in camp, are signing former #Seahawks & #Redskins veteran S Jeron Johnson, source said.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 5, 2016
In the same vein as yesterday's random link, I have some more bad news. Apparently we are literally living in a lie.