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BLUE TURF SPORTS REPORT

BLUE TURF SPORTS REPORT

Prater and Mallory talk to Boise State reporter B.J. Rains (Idaho Press, BlueTurfSports.com) about the future of the football program, and what’s the future for Derrick Alston Jr., after failing to go in the NBA Draft on Thursday night.

BOISE STATE: FUTURE OF BRONCOS’ FOOTBALL – AND THE G5 PICTURE

BOISE STATE: FUTURE OF BRONCOS’ FOOTBALL – AND THE G5 PICTURE

Prater and Mallory talk to Chris Vannini, national college football and Group of Five writer for The Athletic. He believes all options are on the table – but nothing happens until we find out what the remaining eight teams in the Big 12 want to do moving forward.

SCOTT SLANT: Introducing the FGS

SCOTT SLANT: Introducing the FGS

Presented by HOFFMAN AUTO BODY. Friday, July 30, 2021. Formality becomes reality, as the SEC has voted to extend invitations to Oklahoma and Texas. Meanwhile, ESPN fights back against a letter from Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby claiming that the network is trying to destabilize his league.

SCOTT SLANT: Kaniho doesn’t cut corners

SCOTT SLANT: Kaniho doesn’t cut corners

Presented by VETERANS PLUMBING. Thursday, July 29, 2021. Kekaula Kaniho has always been a team-first guy for Boise State. Today we take that down a different path. Kaniho’s official position is nickel, but he can play any spot in the secondary.

SCOTT SLANT: Twists and turns and tumult ahead

SCOTT SLANT: Twists and turns and tumult ahead

Presented by HOFFMAN AUTO BODY. Wednesday, July 28, 2021. Talk about moving parts. We don’t know what lies ahead for Boise State in conference realignment. But the Pac-12 is not in the cards right now.

BOISE STATE FOOTBALL: OC ON SPECIFIC PLAN FOR QB COMPETITION

BOISE STATE FOOTBALL: OC ON SPECIFIC PLAN FOR QB COMPETITION

Prater and Mallory join offensive coordinator Tim Plough on The Blue for a candid conversation about quarterbacks Hank Bachmeier and Jack Sears, who open fall camp Aug. 4. Plough has a specific plan and rotation for his QBs, and said it will start 50-50. He also has a plan for the player who finishes No. 2.