Yesterday Chase Holbrook was named to the Davey O'Brien Award Watch List. This is the second consecutive season that Chase has made the watch list.
Our look back at the Best Wins of '07/'08 is winding down and will return next week.
Everyone is eager to see the upcoming men's basketball schedule and while we don't have any details or confirmations, The Cornell Basketball Blog has what is rumored to be the final preseason NIT field and the Aggies are among the list of teams participating. Coach Menzies has confirmed that the Aggies will be playing a PAC-10 team (rumored to be USC) this upcoming season as well. (Thanks Charlie)
Back in February we told you about college hoops official Tim Gabutero's battle with cancer. Andy Katz reports that Mr. Gabutero has lost his battle. Gabutero officiated for the PAC-10, West Coast Conference, Mountain West and our league, the WAC.
Finally, if you didn't do so yesterday, be sure to check out the latest edition of Aggie History With Walter Hines which spotlights former football head coach Warren Woodson.
On to today's links...
ESPN.com's Graham Watson blogs about the seven non-BCS quarterbacks who were named to the Davey O'Brien Award Watch List.
Felix Chavez of the Las Cruces Sun-News writes that defensive back Michael Zant's return to the Aggie football team after his two-year mission trip could add some depth to the Aggie secondary.
DraftExpress has a rundown of the NBA Las Vegas Summer League and has a quick note on former Aggie and current (summer league roster only) Sacramento King Justin Hawkins.
Paul Myerberg of the New York Times previews the Nebraska football team. The Aggies face Nebraska in week two of the 2008 season.
The NMSU athletic website updates Aggie track and field head coach Orin Richburg's preparation for the 2008 Olympic Games.
Jeff Goodman of FoxSports.com has a rundown of the offseason in the Big West. The Aggie basketball team should be scheduled to play Long Beach State in a return game for last year's BracketBuster challenge.
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