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BoCoPreps Podcast Episode 15: Week 1 football takeaways, previewing Week 2 and more with Adam Dunivan

Broomfield quarterback Steven Croell scores a touchdown against Legacy on Friday, Aug. 24, at Broomfield High.
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Broomfield quarterback Steven Croell scores a touchdown against Legacy on Friday, Aug. 24, at Broomfield High.

BoCoPreps.com writers Adam Dunivan and Brad Cochi sit down to discuss some of the major takeaways and events from Week 1 football games in the BoCo area and preview Week 2 games. To listen on a mobile device, CLICK HERE.

Topics covered in this episode:

• How “for real” is 4A No. 4 Broomfield after a 55-14 rivalry win over Legacy?

• 3A No. 5 Mead came from behind to beat Lewis-Palmer in Week 1. How well have the Mavericks retooled this season after reaching the quarterfinals?

• What to expect from Mead at 4A No. 10 Skyline this Friday.

• What is says about Skyline’s developing depth that the Falcons were able to win in Week 1 with a backup quarterback.

• After surprising preseason No. 4 Pueblo South in Week 1, has Holy Family found a quarterback that can reestablish the Tigers as a offensive juggernaut?

• Questions surrounding how 4A No. 9 Longmont might look when the Trojans open the season against Pueblo East on the road Thursday.

• What stood out to Adam about Fairview quarterback Aidan Atkinson, as well as some of his teammates, in his junior year debut last week against Boulder.

• A look at several other matchups on deck for Week 2.

• Much more.

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