Starting quarterback Hank Bachmeier (Hank Bachmeier) and starting safety JL Skinner (JL Skinner) will not play in Saturday’s Air Force game. The USC transfer to Jack Sears may begin.
Boise, Idaho – Editor’s note: The above video introduces the transfer of Jack Sears from the University of Southern California. He is likely to face the Ait Force on Saturday and head to the Broncos.
Boise State University quarterback Hank Bachmeier (Hank Bachmeier) and starting safety JL Skinner (JL Skinner) will not play in Saturday̵
Bachmeier and Skinner are among the 29 players who did not go to Colorado Springs. The rules in the western mountains limit the number of travel parties to 74, which means that not everyone on the roster can participate in road races.
Boise State confirmed that Bachmeier and Skinner did not miss the game due to disciplinary issues.
Last Saturday, Bachmeier led the Broncos to a 42-13 victory over Utah State University. The sophomore completed 20 of 28 goals for 268 yards and made 4 touchdowns against the Aggies. In the Bryan Harsin era, Boise State only allowed a player to roll at least three touchdowns while scoring at least one time in a single game.
Boise State University also reported that one person tested positive for COVID-19 this week. However, they did not reveal the identity of individuals.
How long can that player stay? It depends on the severity of his symptoms.
The western mountain area complies with the CDC and NCAA re-socialization guidelines and the American Medical Association’s heart protocol, which recommends that asymptomatic individuals exercise for at least 10 days. For those with mild to moderate symptoms, the window period can be extended to 14 days, or as long as there are symptoms.
According to Boise State, anyone who tests positive must be quarantined for 10 days. Then, the person will need to take symptomatic feeding for 24 hours without taking medication before resuming team activities.
Although only 74 players can actually adapt to this season’s opener due to Mountain Western guidelines, the Boise State University players tested zero for COVID-19 last month and they considered it a victory.
Hasing said on Saturday night: “This is one of the biggest challenges.” “I won’t say we have solved it, but I think we have a solid process.”
In the post-match press conference, senior central defender Riley Whimpey added: “This is of great significance to us. “I hope we can keep it going. “
Hasing said: “I challenge everyone in this building.” “‘Well, we know this works, how do we create it again? How do we create it again next week?’ We have all seen A team that played for a few weeks, and then everyone was out next week. I don’t know why, I don’t know how this happened. We try to ask as many questions as possible and try to get as much knowledge as possible.
“I think in terms of parties, meals and other must-do things, we are now doing this with the best practices we know,” Harsin continued. “I hate to say that you have to keep your hands together, but that’s what we are going to do, because besides what we are doing now, we really don’t know any other way to control it better than what we are doing. I “Sure we will learn along the way. “
On the spot, start to learn how to win without Bachmeier in 2020.
A year ago, the coach at Boise State University was about to figure this out. When Bachmeier fell due to a shoulder injury in mid-October, then senior Jaylon Henderson and current junior Chase Cord performed well, and in the absence of Bachmeier, the Broncos led by 5-1. Henderson has graduated since then, and we really don’t know what happened to Cord. (We will introduce him in detail later.)
This means that teenager Jack Sears (Jack Sears) may enter the Broncos for the first time. The transfer of USC graduates took place for the first time at Boise State University last Saturday. Throughout the game, he made several spikes and completed 3 passes and 2 passes within 11 yards, and rushed twice from 8 yards.
After Sears, the Broncos lacked experience in quarterbacks. Junior Chase Cord is still on the roster and seems to be an obvious choice, but Boise State has been vague about his vacancy for weeks.
Hasing said on October 10: “We are trying to deal with some of Chase’s affairs, just to keep him healthy.”
At that press conference, Hashim explained that due to the pandemic, the rehabilitation of some previously injured players has been affected.
This begs the question: Will Colder miss the entire upcoming season?
Hasing said: “It’s always a choice. I don’t want to go that far now.” “But he has gone through a lot of injuries. I have told you that Chase Cord has always treated me The person around is equally strong. But you must stay healthy.
“I love chasing,” Hashin added. “We have to make sure we are far apart. This is the right thing.”
On the depth map, Boise State has only two real freshmen, second only to Sears. Cade Fennegan’s career is very productive, but he is about to end his two-year trip to Argentina and has not participated in any competitions since the fall of 2017. Then came the entourage of Andy Peters, a local alumnus of Timberline High, who graduated early from high school, so he could enroll in January and be with the team in the spring camp.
“Andy Peters, he left a deep impression on me,” Hasing said in early October. “Cade Fennegan is coming. I feel good about his position. He is a freshman in the quarterback position, so he has a lot to learn, but he is one of those players who can go there and play while walking. Do something. The thing is because he can run. This is not necessarily how we want to participate in the competition, but this person has a good feeling, and people with feeling can do something in the wild.”
The only benefit of all of this is that Boise has been preparing for it. Since it is impossible to determine when the test will be positive, Harsin said that during the autumn training camp, we paid special attention to letting everyone represent.
He said: “Suddenly, what you don’t want is that you have to organize everything on Friday night and start wandering a lot of things until two o’clock in the morning, because he doesn’t practice enough.” “I think Coach Kisho has done a good job of balancing this. Jack got a lot of representatives, and some of the young people got a lot of representatives.”
Is it enough to get on the road and win against the only team in the western mountains where Hasing has no record of winning?
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