July 26, 2017
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LAS VEGAS - The 2017 edition of Mountain West Football Media Days is a wrap as Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin, quarterback Brett Rypien and defensive tackle David Moa took part in the event at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
The trio arrived in Las Vegas Tuesday, at which time Rypien and Moa took part in the Mountain West's social media suite. There, the pair played the classic board game Hungry, Hungry Hippos in addition to attempting, while blindfolded, to guess mystery objects in various containers.
Brett Rypien and David Moa arrived in Las Vegas this afternoon for #MWFB Media Day, and chatted with the Boise media ahead of their full Wednesday schedule! #BleedBlue
The Mountain Division's part of Media Day got underway Wednesday morning, as Harsin and the players split off to hit stations on radio row as well as in the conference-area suites for on-camera interviews with a variety of outlets.
Tuesday morning, the Mountain West released the 2017 predicted order of finish along with its Preseason All-Mountain West Team. The Broncos were voted to win the Mountain Division for the seventh-straight year, while Moa, center Mason Hampton and cornerback Tyler Horton were tabbed for the preseason all-conference team.