New Mexico OL Kyle Stapley talks with Craig Hisslop about the upcoming 2021 season.
Hawaii Football Wide Out Calvin Turner talks with Craig Hislop about the upcoming 2021 season
Boise State Football players Kahlil Shakir & Kekaula Kaniho talks with Craig Hislop about the upcoming 2021 season.
UNLV Head Football Coach Marcus Arroyo talks with Craig Hislop about the upcoming 2021 season.
Boise State Head Football Coach Andy Avalos talks with Craig Hislop about the upcoming 2021 season.
LA Galaxy defender, Julian Araujo, front goes for the ball in front of Real Salt Lake defender Donny Toia (4) during the first half of an MLS soccer match Wednesday, July 21, 2021, in Sandy, Utah. (Rick Egan/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP) SANDY, Utah (AP) — Rayan Raveloson scored for the third consecutive game to help the LA Galaxy to a 2-2 tie with Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night. Julian Araujo played a high ball to the center of the area and Raveloson, at the top of the 6-yard box, scored on a header to make it 2-2 in the 77th minute. The 24-year-old Raveloson, who signed with the Galaxy (8-5-1) on May 20, has three goals in four career MLS games. Defender Aaron Herrera played a low cross to the center of the box and Albert Rusnák put away a first-timer to give Real Salt Lake (4-4-5) the lead in the ninth minute. Maikel Chang scored his first goal of the season — the second of his career — to make it 2-0 in the 25th. Víctor Vázquez blasted a rising right-footer into the net to cut it to 2-1 in the 33rd minute. RSL has conceded 16 goals
FILE – Utah State wide receiver Savon Scarver returns a kickoff during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019, in Logan, Utah. (AP Photo/Eli Lucero) LAS VEGAS – The 2021 Preseason All-Mountain West Football Team was announced today at the league’s annual media days, being held at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The team, as selected by members of the media, features 24 student-athletes who were first or second team All-MW selections in 2020. The 26-member squad is comprised of 17 seniors, eight juniors and one sophomore. Nevada junior quarterback Carson Strong is the Preseason MW Offensive Player of the Year, while San José State senior defensive lineman Cade Hall earned Preseason MW Defensive Player of the Year accolades. Utah State kickoff returner Savon Scarver garnered Preseason MW Special Teams Player of the Year honors. Strong, who is the reigning Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference honoree, is coming off a career year in 2020 in which he led the Conference in passing yards (2,858), passing touchdowns (27) and completion percentage (70.1). The native of Vacaville, California, who was seventh nationally with 317.6 passing yards per game, guided Nevada to 7-2 record last season. Strong holds the
San Diego State running back Greg Bell (34) carries the ball as Utah State linebacker AJ Vongphachanh (98) defends during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, in Logan, Utah. (Eli Lucero/Pool Photo via AP) LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada coach Jay Norvell remembers being overcome by heartbreak last season on senior night, when each honored player was introduced with nobody but teammates, opponents and game officials to hear their names. “I think (that was) one of the most disappointing things from last year, having no family or fans in the stands,” Norvell said. “That was really hard. But I’m very grateful that we get this season, and that many of those kids can play this year and have another opportunity for their senior year.” The return of fans and in-person meetings were an overwhelmingly hot topic Wednesday as Mountain West coaches kicked off the conference’s media days looking ahead to a more typical 2021 season after a pandemic-plagued 2020 campaign. “I couldn’t be more fired up for this city, our school, stadium,” UNLV coach Marcus Arroyo said. “To have fans come in that stadium to see us, to have our guys come out