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  1. LOL.....you're the best. Colombi is long gone and is now making his first start for Texas Tech this weekend. FWIW, he has looked really good so far in two relief appearances for them.
  2. Well damn. Rumor is that we will not get to see what USU is week 1 as they are going to have several major contributors / slated starters out on Saturday due to C-19 testing results. Should be a warm up scrimmage for BSU.
  3. This is what I don't understand. I thought the MWC sat down with NM and CA prior to the announcement of moving forward with 8-game conference only schedule to make sure they were on board and it could be done under their respective guidelines. Where was the breakdown before they even get to game 1?
  4. That was the only game I can remember seeing BSU players actually physically intimidated by an opponent. The hits some of their players took in that game were brutal- four of which lead the ball being jarred loose. It was like a shark to blood by halftime with the score 45-10 and already out of hand at the break. Has BSU ever been manhandled like that in conference before or since? As for this year....well, I am just happy to watch MWC football. I'm not sure what to make of the Aggies at this point, we look like we could be really good but being 14.5 point dogs makes it appear that no one
  5. Hack was a backup that was thrust into a starting role last year due to injuries and he struggled. The OL is probably the deepest group on the entire USU team this season and I think he saw the writing on the wall once the new guys were added to the returners and the depth charts were released. That MWC Connection article seems to be short on research since Koch is often labeled the most talented of the group and he's listed as a backup in that article. It also doesn't mention Falepule Alo who is battling for the starting C spot against returning starter Ali'ifua. Hack deciding to sit out or m
  6. For USU: There were a few players that entered the portal well before the announcement came and therefore were doing it for non-related reasons. There were also 2-3 players that announced they were opting out of the season prior to the cancellation (one was all-conference Savon Scarver). Once the season was back on all of those players have elected to now play given the protocols in place. The coaching staff welcomed them back. Two transfers have happened since the restart of the season, both coming this past week, which most fans associate with initial depth charts perhaps being pos
  7. I'm pretty sure the Josh Allen numbers are ironically his IQ and completion %?
  8. IMO we still won't know what BYU is or isn't at the end of the year. They could go undefeated and I don't think it would tell us anything with their schedule being downright awful (no fault of their own). While I enjoy having football back as a spectator, I am not paying any attention to rankings and polls this year with so many players not playing or opting out and leagues playing at different times of the season and in different weather against different opponents than planned. I think all we can conclude at the end of the year is that the respective league champions are better than the
  9. Interesting that the MWC usually tries to schedule USU vs BSU as the last week in order to decide the division but this year without division play being a factor, they have opted to let those two battle it out week 1 and instead give both of them the last week off by playing Wyo and CSU respectively. This is probably because the two will face of once again in the championship game the following week and no one wants to see the same teams play back-to-back.
  10. I was about to ask a related question. If Bohl supposedly has more NFL talent at his finger tips, why is it that his grand accomplishment is an 8 win season? I mean 8 wins in Laradise is like 12 for anyone else so maybe he really is amazing.
  11. Weird. This was the article link: https://www.ksl.com/article/50020881/mountain-west-announces-plans-for-abbreviated-fall-football-season There were statements from the MWC offices and details about AD's meeting today and then poof! gone.......
  12. Yeah, sorry Bob and all other WYO fans. I just remember a Josh Allen in college that couldn't hit a wide open guy 7 yards in front of him, had no touch on short or deep balls, and struggled in general to do anything that is asked of a traditional NFL QB. He was blessed with pro-style QB measurables and could run far better than most but to think that was enough for him to be given a chance to be a starter in the NFL was a stretch. I also remember scouts saying that perhaps he didn't have a supporting cast around him in Laramie and that he would get the chance to show what he could do in post s
  13. After watching him in college I honestly still can't believe he is an NFL QB. Kudos to him for working hard to better himself.
  14. Watched much less NFL than I normally would, don't know why but perhaps it was just the televised match ups I didn't like? Watched a lot of college football and was so glad I watched the Texas St. vs UTSA game....it was by far the best football game of the weekend and had numerous unreal plays and individual efforts.
  15. Is this a view shared by others? I honestly have never seen back-to-back series dominated so heavily by one team that has then struggled to win. The Knights/Canucks series was a carbon copy of this series with the Stars. Vegas has dominated in every facet of the game except the scoreboard. Game after game they dominate control of the puck, they live inside the opponent's zone, they create way more scoring opportunities, they heavily out-shoot their opponent, and yet....they somehow repeatedly find ways to lose games 1-0 or 2-1. I'm not sure if it is because Lehner and Fleury are lulled to
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