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Wake Up, Bronco Nation: Trust Doug Martin; Boise State football in preseason; Chanceller James a longshot?

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I don’t think I can trust my pillow.

It’s always lying behind my back.

The Mountain West Media Summit was busy yesterday

The 2017 Mountain West Football Pre-Season All Conference team (h/t: NYBroncosFan). Boise State with only three appearances. Mason Hampton, David Moa, and Tyler Horton. All worthy picks. But you will notice a few others that are not on there. Disappointing, but will only provide a chip for next year.

MWC Football predicted order of finish (h/t: NYBroncosFan). Kind of an interesting twist given all the love that other teams have gotten.

Both of these are worth your time to look at, if you have not already. Since these are only preseason predictors, we can take all of these with a grain of salt. All of it. The season will play itself out one way or another.

Chandler Hutchison a player to watch next year

I mean we will be watching so that counts for something, right?

Jay Ajayi worked this offseason to be a three down back

I cannot wait to see Mr. Jay Ajayi run roughshod over the NFL this year. Well. Unless he’s playing a team that I care about. Then I hope only he has success that day. So much conflict in my heart.

The folks over at Buc Nation want you to believe in Doug Martin

I believe in him already. He has a fantastic opportunity to do something special. Just has to move past his struggles. Good luck to Mr. Martin.

Speaking of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: five undrafted rookies to watch

I will let you click on this one as this deserves some clicks. But I would say there is plenty of Boise State interest in the Tampa Bay squad.

Chanceller James is a ‘longshot at safety’ for the 49ers

But he’s ‘standing out’ and sometimes that can be enough. He’s hungry to prove himself, as any young bull would be. Here’s to his chances for making the squad.

Rees Odhiambo in a position battle in Seattle

The Seahawks had some struggles last year on the offensive line. Mr. Odhiambo will be looking to improve.

Matt Paradis healthy for training camp

After two hip surgeries, this could be touch-and-go. At least it isn’t the back? Who knows. I just hope this won’t hinder him too much as he gets older. Having to get hips replaced would not be ideal.






(This is totally safe for work, by the way. It’s kittens!)