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Sunday’s daily links

Published: August 29, 2010, 11:13 am, by admin

Starting today with a story about Troy Calhoun and how he changed a few things at the end of his first season. Notably, he doesn’t do all the offensive playcalling (though, it’s pretty obvious he’s got a huge hand in it), and he is heavily involved in planning for offense, defense and special teams.

David Ramsey weighs in on Jared Tew and Tew’s hometown of Park City, Utah.

Around the Mountain West/service academies: Another day, another story from Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram breaking down how deep and talented one of TCU’s positions is. Today, it’s the running backs. The Horned Frogs are as good as any teams in the nation. … Here’s a few details from Colorado State’s final scrimmage. … In year two under Dave Christensen, Wyoming expects a better offense, Eric Schmoldt of the Casper Star-Tribune explains. … San Diego State’s “Aztec” position in its 3-3-5 defense will be manned by Andrew Preston. … Cool story by the Seattle Times, taking a poll of college football coaches. When asked what coaches they have the least regard for, New Mexico’s Mike Locksley got a vote. … UNLV doesn’t have an easy opener, going against Wisconsin and reigning Big Ten player of the year, running back John Clay. … Since they’re not holding press conferences to announce they’re staying (guess that’s not been decided yet after all), the BYU Cougars are preparing to play Washington. … Utah will be down a running back against Pitt. …  Navy and Maryland will be playing for the new Crab Bowl Trophy. … Projected offensive and defensive depth charts for Army.