The Mountain West will have a new look this season, with Fresno State, Hawaii and Nevada joining the fray. In addition, this will be Boise State's last year in the conference before moving to the Big East. The Broncos will also be without mainstay Kellen Moore, a perennial Heisman candidate at quarterback who was the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year in 2011. Even with the turnover, though, Boise State remains the team to beat.
The Bulldogs will operate a no-huddle spread offense this season, which can only help the younger brother of David Carr. Derek was no slouch himself in 2011 ...
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