Boise State will be the preseason favorite in the Mountain West Conference, but there will be challengers. Here are five key games to watch in the MWC this season.
In a talented crop of running backs, Jay Ajayi stands out as perhaps the most complete player entering the 2015 NFL Draft. He spoke with SB Nation about choosing football over soccer, and what it would mean to him to return to Texas and suit up for the Cowboys. Jay Ajayi chose football over soccer during his junior year in high school. Show More Summary
No pants? No problem! So says Dayton basketball star Dyshawn Pierre who tells TMZ Sports... his NCAA wardrobe malfunction was a KEY FACTOR in his team's big victory! Pierre was playing Boise State when a teammate's foot got caught in his…
In a deep running back class, Boise State's Jay Ajayi can be one of the best bargain picks in this year's NFL draft. The powerful runner is reportedly making his rounds with multiple teams getting a chance to speak with him. Continue...Show More Summary
Few things could be more embarrassing than losing your shorts on national TV, but Dayton's Dyshawn Pierre handled the situation with aplomb Wednesday in the NCAA Tournament. In a play-in game against Boise State, Pierre accidentally got pantsed by contact with a teammate on a rebound attempt. Show More Summary
The Dayton Flyers squeaked past the Boise State Broncos in the opening round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament, surviving a last-second shot to win 56-55 at University Dayton Arena in Dayton, Ohio. Quite a bit of Dayton involved in that game, huh? Did playing on their home floor provide an unfair advantage for the Flyers, […]
Dyshawn Pierre‘s team came away with a 56-55 victory over Boise State at the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday, but the Dayton forward also suffered an embarrassing loss on the evening. We’re obviously referring to the incident that occurred with just under five minutes remaining in the second half of the Flyers’ first-round match-up, when Dyshawn Pierre […]
Jordan Sibert hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 37 seconds left to give Dayton a 56-55 win over Boise State. Playing on their home floor, the Flyers faced a seven-point deficit with only a few minutes remaining. However, some hot shooting...Show More Summary
Dayton beat Boise State 56-55 tonight to advance to the first round proper of the NCAA tournament, but Boise State and their fans will spend the next couple of weeks believing they were jobbed. Boise State's Derrick Marks saw his last second three-point attempt miss badly, but he'll argue that he only missed because Kyle Davis fouled him. The referees made no call. Read more...
Dayton guard Jordan Sibert has ice in his veins. With his team down two points in the final minute of its First Four game against the Boise State Broncos on Wednesday night, Sibert hit a clutch triple to give Dayton a 56-55 lead. The Flyers would then hold on defensively—with a controversial no-call of a foul included—to win by the same score. Show More Summary
Ther referees say no, but you can decide for yourself After Jordan Sibert hit the go ahead three-pointer to give Dayton the lead and Kendall Pollard missed two Flyers free throws, Boise State had one more chance to win the game. Derrick Marks heaved a three, but some contact occurred and no foul was called. But were the referees right? You decide.
During the play-in game against Boise State, Dayton big man Dyshawn Pierre experienced a rare occurrence for a basketball game not featuring Ron Artest: He lost his shorts when his teammate accidentally pantsed him on a rebound attempt. Show More Summary
"If at first you don't succeed..." During Wednesday's First Four game between the Boise State Broncos and Dayton Flyers, Broncos senior Robert Heyer missed a layup. Luckily for him, teammate James Webb III came soaring in for the huge...Show More Summary
Everyone knows missed dunks > made dunks.
Jordan Sibert got Dayton off to a great start Wednesday night! In the opening minute of the Flyers' First Four game against the Boise State Broncos, Sibert soared in for a smooth baseline dunk. Dayton will be in great shape if the senior guard keeps up his high-energy play. [NCAA] Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com
Before the NCAA tournament can move forward into the second round, two final teams must earn their respective spots in the round of 64. Wednesday's first game features two No. 16 seeds fighting for a chance to square off against No.Show More Summary
It looks like former Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock could still be a Big Ten quarterback in 2015. According to Clint Brewster of 247Sports, Rudock will have an important visit with Michigan this weekend and could receive a grant-in-aid...Show More Summary
1. Does thinking of God make people take more risks? 2. Noah Smith in favor of TPP. 3. What does an economist measure as the most hated college football team? (hint: Boise State) 4. The economics of doping in sports. 5. Further very good Ross Douthat points about whether economic factors explain the collapse in […]
It's been drowned out a bit by the free-agent feeding frenzy of the past week (and what a week it was), but the march toward the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago rolls on. On Wednesday, a number of big-name schools will hold their pro days,...Show More Summary