Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Unquiet on the Western Front: Oregon, USC, Boise State, and an all University of Hawaii Network (no, really).

(Unquiet on the Western Front is SWRT's look at the Pac-12, WAC, Mountain West, and other West Coast/Rocky Mountain schools extravaganza.)  

If you're going to San Francisco.  Oregon State running backs coach Reggie Davis is leaving to become the tight ends coach for the San Francisco 49ers. No word if he plans to wear some flowers in his hair. (Building the Dam)

Standing still. It looks like Oregon receivers coach Scott Frost won't be leaving to become an assistant coach at his alma mater Nebraska. (The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR))

Just in case you forgot, Aaron Rodgers played for Cal. (California Golden Bears)

Exercise in futility. It's useless for USC supporters to defend the Trojan's to the football program's critics. (Conquest Chronicles)

Going West. Utah head football coach Kyle Whittingham says the Utes will be shying away from the spread offense, and moving closer in the direction of the West Coast offense. Which is not surprising, with Norm Chow as new offensive coordinator. (Block U)

Hope and Glory. New Colorado head football coach Jon Embree is reviving the "buzz" around the program among Buffalo fans. (Denver Post)

Miss You Much. Bloggers debate on which receiver Boise State will be missing next year: Austin Pettis or Titus Young? (One Bronco Nation Under God)

Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? The University of Hawaii is  working on starting it's own cable network. Expect a snarky remark from Matt Hinton about the network featuring reruns of Magnum P.I. and the original Hawaii 5-0 any time now. (Mountain West Connection)


Cowboy out. Wyoming has fired head men's basketball coach Heath Schroyer. (Cowboy Altitude)

The Future's So Bright. Arizona's basketball fortunes are increasing. (Arizona Desert Swarm)

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