Yesterday I appeared on In the Bleachers Podcast to discuss all things MWC ranging from who will win the league, a big name opponent for Utah in 2010, BCS talk, and expansion. So, if you ever wanted to hear what I sound like go download the podcast.
Here is audio from the Utes weekly presser
Here is audio from the BYU weekly presser
Utah Defensive Coordinator Gary Anderson on 1280 The Zone
KALL 700 Sports Audio
Utah OL Zayne Beatles
Utah Defensive Coordinator Gary Anderson
I was doing a podcast earlier in the year and is was doing pretty well with about 50 downloads per show, but I moved and had some equipment issues, BUT ITS BACK!! That is right I will be starting up the podcast here on The Mountain West Conference Connection. The podcast will be primarily football and occasionally with basketball where I will have a non-conference review and conference preview, and then podcasts during tournament time. The podcast will start again once the bowl games are announced where the first show will be an over view of the season as a whole with the top games and player awards, and then I will have a preview show for each bowl game then I will go into a weekly podcast that will be an individual team preview and then a recruiting show during signing day. So that is the schedule for the Podcast so keep an eye out for the new show. I will record the show sometime Sunday night so be prepared for more MWC news in audio form.
People outside of Utah may not really know about this BYU-Utah rivalry but it is fierce. Living away from this rivalry I never thought it was as big as people said. I was near the University of Texas-Texas A&M rivalry which is pretty big itself, but the hatred and how personal the Holy War gets that rivalry while a great one is no where near this. To get everyone’s appetite wet I will start slow and build up each day with some type of post and state about the Holy War. Today I have audio from players from University of Utah at their weekly press conference.
BYU proved too much for TCU by winning 27-22, and it was BYU’s defense that saved the day by forcing TCU to kick 3 field goals. A more in depth preview will be on Monday.