Who are Kasen's final two?
All-world WR recruit Kasen Williams from Skyline HS will announce at the end of the week where he will play his college football. In an interview with Softy on KJR radio, Williams revealed he is down to two final schools in his decision -making, but wouldn't reveal who they are. He will choose between Washington, Cal, Notre Dame, LSU, and Florida.
WR James Johnson and OT Senio Kelemete are still nursing ankle sprains, though Kelemete is being held out is purely precautionary. Johnson has been spending most of his time riding the stationary bike and running the stairs, and is expected to be ready for BYU. Cort Dennison also rested because of a sprained ankle described as not serious. He should be back in a day or two.
Keith Price continues to impress in fall camp. He was 9-9 last night during the full team scrimmage portion of practice. The extra year of experience is helping him pull away in the battle for the backup QB job. Montana has also had an excellent camp and both should be about even heading into next spring.
Erik Folk is on the Lou Groza award watch list, given to the best kicker in college football.
I thought it was supposed to be Montana to Middleton and not Middleton to Montana?
Kavario Middleton won't be going to the University of Nebraska. Upon review of his transcripts the school turned him down and he is now likely headed to the Big Sky Conference to play for Montana.
Bizzare Incident at Oregon State
An Oregon State University football player has been dismissed from the team following an arrest early Sunday morning. Tyler Patrick Thomas, 19, of Kalispell, Mont., was arrested on charges of first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree criminal mischief and resisting arrest.
Perhaps Andy Panda would like to give us some insight on this one?
Oregon names starting QB on Saturday
On Saturday morning, whoever takes the first snap will be the starter starter against New Mexico according to Coach Chip Kelly. The final decision will likely be made on Thursday night after practice.
WAC and MWC
Jon Wilner seems to be the journalist most in tune to what is happening in the commissioners offices out West. He is going to be closely following what could be the demise of the WAC because San Jose State is part of his beat.
First off: I’ve talked to several sources who believe that, when all is said and done, BYU will end up staying put in the Mountain West — frustrated, perhaps even furious, but back in the MWC … at least for another year or two.