Mountain West RUMORS & NEWS

  • MSU football hero Jalen Watts-Jackson to join Air Force

    Detroit News "Jalen Watts-Jackson, who scored one of the most memorable touchdowns in Michigan State history, will not transfer to another school, as he announced in the spring, but will instead join the Air Force, an MSU athletics official told The Detroit News. Watts-Jackson’s plans to join..." July 06

  • Utah State suspends Jamaal Evans after rape, forcible sodomy charges

    ESPN "Utah State has suspended Jamaal Evans after the freshman linebacker was charged Thursday with rape and forcible sodomy stemming from an incident earlier this month. Evans, 19, was arrested Wednesday night and booked in the Cache County Jail on a $25,000 bond. Police allege..." June 30

  • Wyoming running back Woods could potentially return in 2018, Bohl says

    Casper Star-Tribune "Don’t write off Trey Woods’ 2018 season just yet. Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl previously said that Woods, who led the Cowboys in rushing in 2017, would miss the upcoming season with a shoulder injury that kept him out for most of spring camp. Wednesday, Bohl..." June 22

  • UNM linebacker Boyce arrested, pleads not guilty

    Albuquerque Journal "University of New Mexico linebacker Rayshawn Boyce pleaded not guilty Monday morning to multiple felony charges, including battery and negligent use of a deadly weapon, stemming from an altercation with his ex-girlfriend and a Lobo football teammate. Metro Court Judge Michelle..." June 19

  • Former Wyoming offensive lineman Brinkley Jolly transfers to SMU

    Casper Star-Tribune "Former Wyoming offensive tackle Brinkley Jolly is transferring to SMU, Jolly posted Saturday on his private Instagram account. The news was also reported by Billy Embody of PonyStampede.com. It was announced this March that Jolly planned to leave the Cowboys program as..." June 12

  • Nevada’s Devin Porter arrested for failure to appear

    Reno Gazette-Journal "Sam Hammond didn't even know if he was going to play college athletics after being a three-sport standout at Yerington High. Now he's a scholarship athlete. Coach Jay Norvell has shifted Hammond, a 6-foot-5, 255-pound defensive end, from walk-on to full-ride..." May 22