People often say ‘icy’ is the easiest word to spell.
Looking at it now—well—I see why.
If you are a tennis fan, this may appeal to you. Broncos will be facing BYU, Utah, and Washington State this season. So there are going to be some great matchups.
Taken from the article:
Broncos are considered the class of the Group of Five
Which is curious that Sports Illustrated didn’t rank Boise State in the top 25 a couple of weeks ago. They certainly don’t seem to shy away with certain praise, but that top 25 vote of confidence is oddly missing.
Former Bronco Montigo Alford signs with a basketball team
We have also signeded PG-Montigo Alford for the 2019 The Basketball League season!— San Diego Waves (@SanDiegoWavesBB) August 29, 2018
College: Boise State University pic.twitter.com/KRiQchLZzE
The San Diego Waves are part of The Basketball League. I had to Google that one.
Apparently this Friday is College Colors day
And Idaho State takes this personally.
Seems to be a sore spot for Idaho State. But, let’s be honest, they’d have to be more concerned about Boise State colors than the university up north.
Idaho State has fired Jeffy Tingey as Athletic Director. Looks like he won’t have to worry about wearing the correct orange and black. So, if my math serves me correctly: two Idaho universities are looking for new presidents, and two Idaho universities are looking for new ADs. The State Board of Education certainly has their work cut out for them.
I didn’t realize he was former teammates with Marcus Mariota. Small world.
No Boise State players on this list. Hawaii led the way for the Mountain West. And the conference got fourth overall.
The school up north is on the standings. Funnily enough, they are the only ones to accrue points for the entirety of the Sun Belt.
Bronco SOC posted an ‘X’s and O’s’ with Coach Jim Thomas
We're back with another episode of 'X's and O's with the Broncos'!!— Boise State Soccer (@BroncoSportsSOC) August 29, 2018
This week @coachjimthomas takes a look at a game-changing save from Tara Fisher against Cal Poly! #BleedBlue pic.twitter.com/MAn0pIVYCG
Cowboys announce their 2017 award winners
Seems kind of late, to me, to be releasing these, but whatever.
Cowboys’ 2017 award winners, announced today.— David Helman (@HelmanDC) August 29, 2018
Ed Block Courage Award: Jaylon Smith
Special Teams MVP: Chris Jones
Defensive MVP: DeMarcus Lawrence
Offensive MVP: Zack Martin