Players to watch this spring
Boise State starts spring football Monday. Here are a few guys I'll be keeping my eye on the next few weeks.https://t.co/7ESoCGTGYX— Dave Southorn (@davesouthorn) March 3, 2017
BJ concludes his excellent ‘Offseason Outlook’ series
Final Offseason Outlook on Boise State QB Brett Rypien, who had mixed results in his sophomore season... https://t.co/4GmUOsFFtA— BlueTurfSports.com (@BlueTurfSports) March 2, 2017
Good reads. The rest of the articles can be found in the links at the bottom of the article.
Bronco Women finish regular season strong
Jeremy McNichols shines at the combine
Updated story with more on McNichols' impressive day at the combine: top 10 marks in vertical and broad jumps, too.https://t.co/6OSsUlJ2B3— Dave Southorn (@davesouthorn) March 3, 2017
Pumphrey, on the other hand, still shines too...as a wondrous display of the after-effects of hubris
McNichols and Pumphrey both ran 4.49 unofficially. McNichols has 38 pounds on Pumphrey though.— Jay Tust (@KTVBSportsGuy) March 3, 2017
...and very OFFICIALLY scored 10 more touchdowns than the Mountain West Player of the year.
Women’s golf update
The ACTUAL best day of the week: Leg day
Some of those dudes had quite a number of plates
Kyle Butters and Jack Heslin fall 8-6 in round of 64 to #5 seed Goransson/Browne of Cal.— Boise State MTennis (@BroncoSportsMTN) March 3, 2017
I’ll spare you the click, if you wish. Of the top newcomers for top 25 teams, ESPN selected the 6’6” 320 lb OL, Zach Troughton. With such extensive turnover on the Bronco o-line, it’s as rational an assessment as any, I suppose.
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