After Weber State’s success in the tight end position last season with the emergence of...
Big name players and coaches will fill the Dee Events Center this Saturday at the second Weber State basketball alumni classic, as the school announced official rosters for the event Tuesday.
In 2016, Weber State touted the best pass defense in the Big Sky in allowing 193.5 passing yards per game. The Wildcat secondary plans not only to repeat as the best pass defense in the conference, but they’re also aiming to bump up their aggressiveness to force turnovers.
After Weber State’s success in the tight end position last season with the emergence of Andrew Vollert and solid contributions from Tui Satuala, the position group is now geared up and ready to keep Big Sky defenses on their toes.
During spring camp, Weber State’s receiving corps was depleted with injured players and most incoming freshmen were not yet not campus. Despite the limited rotation, receivers coach Kelly Bills wasn’t worried.
“I’ve got ambitious guys that will seek the ball, get downhill, guys that are willing to learn. They’re good guys and they’re physical players,” Coach Colton Swan said.
Sophomore quarterback Justin Shaw made the most of his reps with the starting offense as Weber State football wrapped up its last scrimmage of fall camp Thursday morning.
The Big Sky Conference and Missouri Valley Football Conference announced a football challenge series between the two leagues Tuesday.
The Weber State basketball program will not fill its final scholarship roster spot for the 2017-18 season after Gonzaga transfer Bryan Alberts chose to go to Long Beach State over Weber State.
The biggest concern of Weber State head football coach Jay Hill throughout camp has been the right side of the offensive line, but there is optimism within the position group to deliver once the season starts in early September.
The floodgates of X’s and O’s have been opened, and the offensive and defense systems of Weber State football have been taught nearly in their entirety.