Broncos sweep season series with SJSU
And let me tell you, that’s more of a feat than it used to be. Former Bronco assistant Dave Wojcik (pronounced “Woe—-” actually I don’t know) has the Spartans back to at least respectable play in the MWC and as Casey was kind enough to summarize, they put up a fight at TBA yesterday afternoon. Star freshmen recruits had themselves a game, with true frosh Justinian Jessup and Alex Hobbs putting up 14 and 16 points, respectively.
Track and Field individual titles at the MWC Championships
The MWC indoor track and field championships were this weekend and while CSU won the team titles for both men and women, the Broncos showed well at the event and wrapped up some impressive individual wins yesterday. Freshman Clare O’brien set a MWC Championship record with her 3,000m win time of 9:24.75 and Junior Sadi Henderson won the 800m in meet record time (2:04.83).
A slew of other PRs and school records were set by Broncos over the weekend. A few other notable finishes were former Bronco football walk-on Dusty Fisher taking 2nd in the mens 200m, and Allison Jeffries and Camden Stoddard grabbing silver in the womens and mens pole vault finals.
Broncos offseason has been relatively quiet, with only Junior Adams skipping town to join Mike Sanford’s staff at WKU...but should the Broncos be worried about a new coaching vacancy? The Denver Post is reporting that former Boise State assistant Chris Strausser will be leaving Coach Pete’s staff in Seattle to become the Denver Broncos O-line coach and since the coaching industry is all about who you know, I can’t help but recall that Pete knows Scott Huff pretty well. Of course, he also knows CU assistant (and Bronco alum) Klayton Adams pretty well also. Restrict your replacement searches to the front range, Pete.
I mean, how is this not goal-tending?!
Sorry to get political, but THIS is important!