Posted by Dave Southorn on September 24, 2014
During his weekly news conference Tuesday, Air Force coach Troy Calhoun had a pretty fantastic exchange with venerable veteran Denver Post reporter Irv Moss, who like me, was piped in via teleconference. I had to mute my chuckles toward the end. Good stuff. Here it is, in its silly glory.
(Calhoun had just noted that, in his opinion, Boise State is one of the 15 most talented teams in the country)
Moss: If Boise is that highly regarded as you just said, then is it going to be kind of a gauge as to where your team is right now?
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 23, 2014
Boise State's 2015 quarterback commit, who hopes to enroll in January, has 16 touchdown passes in his first three games.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 18, 2014
The Boise Hawks had been affiliated with the Chicago Cubs since 2001, but the Cubs will change affiliates to Eugene. Colorado ends a long-time relationship with Tri-City.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 17, 2014
Boesen, a redshirt freshman, moved from nickel to defensive end while redshirting last year. He has three sacks in the last two games for the Broncos.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 16, 2014
Houston athlete Darrell Stewart had a huge game to give Nimitz High its first win, while quarterback commit Brett Rypien threw four TDs.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 14, 2014
Malek Harwell, a 6-foot-4 senior guard from Century High in Pocatello, turned down Colorado and Wyoming, among others, to be the Broncos' first 2015 commitment.