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Thoughts and Experiences from the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado

The Western Athletic Conference has some explaining to do


The Western Athletic Conference (WAC) has some explaining to do about its suspension of Shiloh Keo of the Idaho Vandals. They suspended him for the first-half of their game this weekend versus the Utah State Aggies for his hit on a Boise State University quarterback.


They said it was a helmet-to-helmet hit. But as you can see, Keo hit him with his shoulder into the chest. It was just a violent hit. This is football.

What makes it even more upsetting is that a Boise State University player hit the Idaho QB with a helmet-to-helmet hit that was clearly a hit and it wasn't flagged. There was even some other questionable calls against the Vandals in the game.

BSU is a good football team, but it appears they are being protected and supported by the WAC officials.