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Week 5 Mountain West Football Power Rankings

This week is difficult to rank with many teams losing and good teams on byes.

1.#7 (4-0) Great week for BYU to be off as they avoid the upsets and move into the top 10.

2. #15 (5-0) The Utes had a mediocre win over FCS Weber State, but still moved up in the polls.

3.(4-1) TCU was demolished by Oklahoma, but they stay at three because no one did enough to move them out of this spot.  Plus I feel they are still better then Air Force

4. (3-1) Air Force was off this week, they play Navy at home this week.

5. (3-21) The Rebels are improved, but they could not win their third straight game.   The passing game looks good, but for their spread to work they need a more consistent running game.

6. (2-3) They pulled out a good win against rival New Mexico State, and did so with new players stepping up.  Quarterback play is still a concern with Donovan Porterie out for the year.

7 (2-1) The Rams were crushed by Cal on the road.  They need to develop a decent passing game, and a defense to be competitive.

8 (1-3) Aztecs get their first win on the year by pounding Idaho at home, but still not a good team.

9. (2-3) No quarterback equals no success this year.  Calling it now in week 5 Joe Glenn is out unless they make it to a bowl game.

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Week 5 College Football BlogPoll

Here is my week 5 2op 25, I made some adjustments that needed to be made like adding Vandy to the top 25. As always rip, praise, or do whatever just comment and let me know.  Check out the full poll Wedensdays at MGoBlog.com

Rank Team Delta
1 Oklahoma 1
2 LSU 1
3 Missouri 2
4 Alabama 10
5 Texas 4
6 Penn State 2
7 Brigham Young 4
8 Southern Cal 7
9 Texas Tech 2
10 Ohio State 3
11 Georgia 5
12 Florida 8
13 Utah 3
14 South Florida 3
15 Kansas 3
16 Boise State 4
17 Wisconsin 7
18 Oklahoma State 4
19 Vanderbilt 7
20 Tulsa 5
21 Fresno State 2
22 Virginia Tech 4
23 Oregon 3
24 Ball State 2
25 Wake Forest 10
Dropped Out: Auburn (#12), TCU (#19), Colorado (#21), Illinois (#24).

Week 5 Mountain West Football Review

A lot of blowouts this week for and against the MWC.

45 16

Wyoming is as bad as they looked last week against BYU. The Cowboys played four different quarterbacks and they combined for four interceptions and 124 total yards. The only bright spot was running back Devin Moore who rushed for 114 yards and a touchdown, and also Wynel Seldon who had 46 and a score.

Bowling Green had no trouble passing the ball in the short field they were given and scored two receiving touchdowns that way. Wyoming was just out played in nearly every aspect of the game, especially in the turnover aspect as they gave up 5 in this game. The once feared Wyoming defense was not helped with the short field Bowling Green was using, but they were unable to hold Bowling Green to field goals to try to keep the game close.

Coach Glenn needs to find a way to get the passing game going, or he will be out at the end of this year.

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Colorado State not very good, and Cal is as most thought a good offensive team. The Rams were shut out for more then 55 minutes before getting on the board with a late touchdown. The special teams was what help Cal win this game and defense. Cal had two touchdowns on special teams, one was on a blocked punt, then a punt return and also an interception returned in this game. Cal did win but they lost starting running back Jahvid Best who dislocated shoulder and could miss some time in the upcoming weeks.

The Rams lead in the key category of time of possession 36 to 24 minutes, but that could be attributed to the 21 points scored by Cal without their offense touching the field.

The Rams tried out a new quarterback in Freshman Klay Kubiack who played well in his first action of the year, and outperformed Billy Farris in his time. Kubiack could see more time in the upcoming weeks, it depends how he does in practice this week.

Looking at the game in offense versus defense Colorado State held up their own, at least on defense as Cal only managed 159 yards passing and then a respectable 189 on the ground. The Rams are just not very good offensively and could not take advantage of two turnovers their defense forced.

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TCU did not pose the threat to Oklahoma that a lot of people had thought.  Coming into the game TCU had the number one ranked defense in the nation.  Sam Bradford, quarterback, from Oklahoma showed up and had 411 yards passing with four touchdowns.  His favorite target was Manuel Johnson who had 206 yards and three scores on only five catches. Offensively those two were the ones that lead the show for Oklahoma, TCU actually held the Sooner running game in check by allowing only 25 yards.

The return of Aaron Brown did nothing on their offense as he was uneventful in his return back.  Oklahoma’s defense is quite good and forced four turnovers which lead to short fields and easy scores.  Also, Oklahoma held TCU to half of their normal rushing yards and forced TCU to 4-15 on third downs.

Oklahoma dominated both sides of the ball and had 3 touchdowns over fifty yards in the game.  This was not even close and Oklahoma could have put up more points if not for Bob Stoops to slow down in the fourth quarter.

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This was the most exciting game of the day in the Mountain West.  This rival game is always goes to the final minutes.    This was not a well played game  on either side.  First off both teams combined for 187 penalty yards with New Mexico who had 103 of those, and that New Mexico who had replacement quarterback Brad Gruner who had only 55 yards passing.

What made the difference for New Mexico was the running game, with little help from running back Rodney Ferguson.  The back who made the difference was Paul Baker who had 145 yards on the ground and a score, but the entire running game was efficient because the Lobos held the ball for 38 minutes to 22 which kept the pass happy Aggie offense on the sideline.

Chase Holbrook the New Mexico State quarterback did pretty good in keeping the Aggies close by having 382 yards and three scores, but it ultimately was the fourth quarter defense that failed the Aggies.  The second half they gave up 25 points, and allowed the last 19. 

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San Diego State reveived its first win of the year, by defeating lowly Idaho at home.  The Aztecs put on a show and had their most dominating win over a division I-A win since defeating San Jose State 52-21 in 2005.  603 of total offense with 433 by quarterback Ryan Lindley, and running back Atiyyah Henderson who had one hunderds, and then two recievers had over 100 yards as well. 

Idaho is probably the worst team in FBS, they even lost by over 25 to Utah State.  The Aztecs needed a dominate home win to give its team and fans something fun to see. 

The Aztec defense was able to force four turnovers and hold the Vandals to 351 total yards, but most impressively held them to 169 passing yards.

37 21

This game was not as close at it seems, but there was some controversy in this game.  The Utes were up 37-7 with 10 minutes left in the fourth, which is about the time that  the Utes put in the seconds and thirds in the game.  Typically when a team that is up big, and especially when its a FBS against a FCS team, but in this situation Weber State coach Ron McBride who kept his starters in against the Utes backups and kept trying to score and put up 14 points to make the game look close.

Utah’s coach Kyle Whittingham did not want to run up the score because coach McBride game Whittingham his first job in division I-A, so he did not want to run up the score.   Out of respect he pulled the starters early unlike the Utah State blowout that had quarterback Brian Johnson in the game in the fourth quarter with a 38 point lead.  This game was not even close, and the voters did not mind as Utah moved up to 15 in the polls.

49 27

UNLV almost got of to its best start in 5 years, but the  Nevada rushing attack was too much for the Rebels defense to over come.  The pistol offense lead Reno to rush for 444 yards rushing and over 200 by one player.  This offense helped Nevada hold the edge in time of possession by 13 minutes, also what hurt UNLV was their ineffectiveness to run the ball.  The Rebels ran for under 100 yards and their leading rusher was quarterback Omar Clayton who had 47.

This game was close heading into the fourth quarter until the Rebel deffense laid down and allowed Reno to score 14 straight points in the quarter. The quarterback play of Omar Clayton was impressive with 327 yards and three scores, but this spread offense needs to be able to run the ball to to be successful.  If UNLV were to stop the Wolfpack at all in the running game this could have been a different outcome.

BYU adds Hawai’i to future schedule and recruiting

BYU has added Hawai’i to their schedule for the 2012 and 2013 season.  These old WAC foes have not played since the 2002 season.  BYU leads the overall series 19-8.

BYU with the off week hit the recruiting trail hard and Coach Bronco Mendenhall attended a local game in Utah with Bingham and West Jordan, and offered a scholarship to Harvey Langi who is only a sophomore, from Bingham and as of now is projected to be the best player in the 2010 season which would make him a 2011 signee.

The offer is an only an oral offer, because a school can give a written offer until the first day of the students junior year.  Langi has also been offered by University of Utah during the summer, and Langi is considered a top 100 recruit by recruiting service maxprepsports.com

As of now BYU has offered to this players for the upcoming recruiting season.  This is speculative because coaches can not talk about specific recruits until they have signed.
* Manti Te’o, a linebacker from Laie, Haw., Punahou High School.

* Richard Wilson, a tight end from Spanish Fork High.

* Xavier Su’a-Filo, a lineman from Timpview High.

* Kyle Van Noy, a linebacker/tight end from Reno, Nev.,  McQueen High School.

* Latu Heimuli, a defensive tackle from Highland High.

* Steven Fanua, a linebacker from Milpitas, Calif.

* L.T. Filiaga, a linebacker from Bingham High.

* Brad Wilcox, a lineman from Edmond, Okla., North High School.

Week 5 Mountain West Football Preview

Better late then never, sorry this is late but its here the week five preview.

(1-2) (2-2)

War Memorial Stadium 2PM MT TV: Radio:1240 KFBC

Neither team is very good so far this year. Besides Wyoming’s defense that is fairly solid the rest of both teams units are pedestrian. Bowling Green wins the battle of the best inept team to score points as they average 17 per game compared to Wyoming’s 10 a game.

Bowling Green did start the year nicely by defeating then #25 Pitt, but everyone has figured out they are no good. On offense Bowling Green has been forced to pass a lot from being behind in their last two games and quarterback Tyler Sheehan is only averaging just above 200 yards a game, with two scores, and three picks. For a team that needed to pass because of being behind the Falcons were unable to post up any type of numbers.

If they were to be able to use running back Chris Bullock more then Bowling Green might be a decent team. On the year so far Bullock is averaging 5.5 yards per carry, if they are able to stay close in this game then Bullock could be a factor.

After last weeks embarrassing loss Wyoming needs to come out strong and not roll over if they go down by two or more touchdowns. Dax Crum is the quarterback, well at least for the first series, not sure what Joe Glenn was thinking when he pulled Crum for Karsteen Sweed and then back to Crum. The Cowboys need consistency and that will come from their run defense that is good and running back Devin Moore.

Final Score: Wyoming 20 Bowling Green 17

(2-1) (2-1)

Memorial Stadium 3PM PT TV: Comcast Sports West Radio: KCOL 600

Cal is an odd team this year, last game they lost on the road to a subpar Maryland team and then earlier they defeated darkhorse Big 10 favorite Michigan State.  The one assumption is that Cal is good when they play home games.   Last year these two teams played and it was a fairly competitive game until Cal took over late in the game and pulled away.

This is the first true road game for the Rams and new quarterback Billy Farris.  The Rams need to start this game as they have with others which is run Kyle Bell and Gatrell Johnson III and the Cal defense, because both of these backs are quite impressive.  Running the ball early and if they do it effectively will open up tight end Kory Sperry who is the teams go to receiver along with Dion Morten who has over 400 yards in three games.

The quarterback issue is still not at the comfort level it should be with Billy Farris, but if given time he can be effective against most teams.

On to Cal, who wants to get a win after losing to Maryland on the road.  The teams 21 fourth quarter points were not enough to track down the Terps.

Players to watch on Cal is Jahvid Best the running back who is averaging 7 yards per carry, most of that success came from the Washington State game where Cal won 66-3.  Then in the Terp game Best managed only 25 yards, but he still needs to be accounted for

If the running game game does not go well for Cal then look for them to pass against Colorado

#24 (4-0) #2(3-0)

Oklahoma Memorial Stadium 6PM CT TV: Radio: 103.3 ESPN Radio

TCU has won the last two games in Norman, and the most recent was in 2005 when TCU stunned then top 10 Oklahoma.  This game will help the Mountain West prove they belong with the big boys if they can win this game.

An interesting note according to Scouts Inc. has the Oklahoma with the better offense at every position, but they also give the edge in defense to TCU.  Both of these schools have scored a lot of points, a surprise for TCU, and the defenses are giving up less then 15 per game.

A little rant here, all the so-called experts are knocking TCU’s schedule for not being tough because they have played Stanford, New Mexico, Stephen F. Austin, and SMU granted not good and it includes a FBS team in SFA.  However, Oklahoma has played an equal schedule by playing FBS team Chattanooga, Cinncinatti, and Washington, and if you know anything about college football these two schedules are very similar.  So, those talking heads need to know their facts before mouthing off saying TCU has played no one when Oklahoma’s best win is a decent Cincinnati team that is barely above New Mexico.

Back to the preview, TCU finally had running back Aaron Brown last week after missing the teams first three games and had 51 rushing yards and 60 receiving yards against SMU.  TCU has three strong backs with Aaron Brown, Ryan Christian, and Joseph Turner who all average four yards per carry.  These multiple backs will be able to keep them fresh and allow TCU to pound against the Oklahoma line.  The offensive line of TCU is undersized which could hurt the running game, but if Oklahoma is over perusing then watch for TCU to run screens and misdirection to use OU’s speed against them.

Quarterback Andy Dalton has finally emerged as a good quarterback who is making good decisions and not forcing the ball like last year, which lead to interceptions.   TCU might have success if they spread the field with four wide outs and throw quick passes and let the receivers  make plays in one on one coverage.

Oklahoma against TCU’s defense will be intersting because TCU has given up eight points per game while Oklahoma has scored 54.7 per game.   Do not look for either team to get near their averages on this end, Oklahoma has Heisman contender quarterback Sam Bradford who is averaging 4 touchdons per game and just under 300 yards per game.

TCU has a very good run defense and will face one of the most difficult run teams in the nation, because so far Oklahoma has a three players roatation and the team has averaged 215 yards per game, and the unit has averaged 4.8 per game.

This is a must see game for anyone who wants to see if TCU can take out Oklahoma, but OU has extra motivation to win this game besides the loss from 2005, but the USC loss on Thursday this win could put the  Sooners to number one in the polls.

Final Score: Oklahoma 24 TCU 20

(1-3) (1-1)

Aggie Memorial Stadium 6PM MT TV: NMSU PPV Radio: 770 KKOB

In state rivals face off again, and if last week was any indication for New Mexico this game could get ugly.  First off, New Mexico lost quarterback Donovan Porterie for the year with a torn ACL and MCL in the game against Tulsa.

Without Porterie New Mexico has been very bad and even with Porterie the Lobos were not good.  New Mexico will be starting Brad Gruner the rest of the way at quarterback.  Look for New Mexico to counter New Mexico State’s pass happy offense with running back Rodney Ferguson to control the time of possession.  Ferguson is good enough to do so with his ability, but New Mexico will need to work in other backs and make some type of passing game so the Aggies can not crowd the box.

New Mexico State has NFL prospect Chase Holebrookwho has 471 yards and five scores in only two games so far.  The Aggies will throw, throw, and throw some more in this rival game, or any other game this year.

The Aggies have not scored what they are accusomed to, but consider that the Ags played Nebraska and only scored seven points in that loss so their stats are not accurate what they will do against New Mexico.  The Aggies will need to run the ball some to keep turnovers down, which has been a problem, and to protect a lead if they get a lead.  Also, New Mexico’s 3-3-5 defense has the players to be able to slow down this passing game by having the defensive backs on the field.  If New Mexico State scores in the 30’s it will be difficult for New Mexico to keep pace and most likely will lose.  Creating turnovers and getting short fields is what New Mexico needs in this game and not to have Brad Guner do too much this week.

Final Score: New Mexico State 31 New Mexico 20

(1-3) (0-3)

Qualcomm Stadium 5PM PT TV: Go Vandals TV Radio: XTRA Sports 1360

The Aztecs may get thier first victory of the year with a home game against a very bad Idaho Vandals from the WAC.  This Idaho team is probably the worst team in all of division one football, because last week they lost to Utah State 42-17.

Idaho has had to throw the ball a lot being down and Nathen Enderle has been decent, with seven touchdown passes.  However he has 5 picks and averaged less then 200 yards per game, in four games this season.

The one bright spot for Idaho is the running game where they average four yards per carry, however they have yet to had the ability to use the running game consistently because of being down early and often.  If the Vandals can keep it close then the running game could be a factor.

This game gives San Diego State quarterback Ryan Lindley to break out and have a full stat sheet.  Lindley has been the teams bright spot with  766 yards in only three games this year.  He can move the ball well, but interceptions, three, has slowed drives this year.

LIndley can only do so much, but the Aztecw will need to show some type of pulse in the running game.  Brandon Sullivan or Atiyyah Henderson need to show up to have a balanced attack.

This game could be an ugly game, because both teams are really this bad.

Final Score: San Diego State 21 Idaho 13

#17 (4-0) (3-1)

Rice Eccles Stadium 6PM MT TV: NONE Radio: :KALL 700 Sports

The Utes welcome back former Coach Ron McBride to Salt Lake with his new team, Weber State of the FCS division. Coach McBride coached Utah from 1990 to 2002 and took the team to six bowl games. This game will not be close, even though Weber is one of the top FCS teams in the country, and their only loss comes against Hawai’i in Hawai’i. In that game Weber actually was leading in the second half.

In this game look for Utah to put up a bunch of points and get backups in the game such as quarterbacks Corbin Loucks and Chad Mannis to see what those two players can do.

Weber State throws the ball a lot and has done a good job of putting up passing yard numbers. Cameron Higgins is the starter and so far this year has 12 touchdowns with only 3 picks, so he could put up some numbers against Utah.

Final Score: Utah 44 Weber State 10

(1-2) (3-1)

Sam Boyd Stadium 7PM PT TV: Radio: 1100 ESPN Radio

Another rival game this week in the MWC, with Nevada and UNLV facing off.  If UNLV can win this game it will start their best start since UNLV started 4-1 in 2003.  Nevada runs a different type of offense in the pistol offense, but so far Nevada has had little success because Nevada has played Texas Tech and Missouri.  If Nevada had not backed out of their agreement with BYU then this team could be 0-3.

This Wolfpack team is hard to judge because their win came against Grambling State and then the two losses that Nevada was not in those games.  Even with Nevada not being in two games they have had much success in running the ball.  So far on this year Nevada has 277 yards on the ground and with an average of 5.8 per play.  UNLV will need to watch the running game that Nevada will be using early on in this game to draw the Rebels to sleep and then open up the passing game when UNLV slides everyone up.

UNLV runs a type of offense some what similar to Texas Tech and Missouri by spreading the ball around, but they have Frank Summers who is a powerful back.  UNLV is playing their second straight home game and win, so the crowd should be in full force in this game.

UNLV needs to use all of their wide receivers becasue the secondary of Nevada is what has hurt them so far in this season.

Final Score: UNLV 23 Nevada 17

Cal Blogger Q & A http://www.californiagoldenblogs.com/

Here is another edition of Q&A this time it is for Cal, so check out the questions below and definitely check out  California Golden Blogs

1.  How good is this Cal’s offense? Is it more like the Washington State performance, the Maryland, or is it somewhere in between.

We’d like to think its WSU, but it’s more likely somewhere in between.  Clearly, the humidity affected the OLine in Maryland, leading to lesser-sized holes for Jahvid Best to run through.  But even if the OLine (led by All World C Alex Mack) is playing up to its potential, there are still some concerns.  Riley has shown flashes of brilliance, but also seems to have problems with the deeper ball.  And our WRs are talented, but green.  They sometimes don’t make Riley’s job any easier, not getting open for him.

The upside on this offense is uber-high.  However, most players are still very young.  So, growing pains are to be expected.  We saw them in Maryland.  Hopefully, we won’t see them going forward!


2.  What is Cal’s offensive philosophy that want to use to start the game?
Run run run run run run.  Then, run some more.  Even with injuries to both Shane Vereen and Jahvid Best, Cal will most likely look to run the ball a lot.  As previously mentioned, there is a lot of talent, but not a lot of experience at WR.  The QB, Riley, is also talented, but young.  Admittedly, Best and Vereen are just as young, but they seem to play with more maturity.  And the OLine opens holes for them with more maturity.  Tedford has been relying on the run a lot in the early going and that gameplan probably won’t change much to start the game.
If Riley starts showing dart on the ball and the WRs are getting open, then I’m sure it’ll change.

3.  What weaknesses do you see on this Cal team?
Definitely the youth and lack of experience on the offensive side of the ball.  We must sound like a broken record here, but the biggest problem so far has been the inexperience of the WRs.  They don’t make it easier on Riley, which allows Ds to key in on the run.  Hopefully, the WRs can get open against CSU and force the CSU D to respect the passing game.

4.  Who is the big time play maker for Cal this year.

Many would point to Jahvid Best, the stud RB.  But another key player to look at is SydQuan Thompson, DB.  Leading the team with 3 interceptions already, SydQuan had a rough start to his Cal career.  But through his trial by fire, he learned and blossomed into the stud DB he is now.  The Michigan State QB barely threw to his side.  He has some of the most amazing handwork when it comes to pass defenses.  And he returns kicks and punts, too, so he is a VERY talented athlete.

5.  Who do you expect to win and why?

Ultimately, if Cal is anywhere near their expectations, they should win this game.  However, the last time Cal faced CSU, it was a very close game.  And the time before that CSU won!  Plus, Cal was supposed to steamroll Maryland and we saw what happened there.

Of course, I think with 2 weeks to stew over the embarrassing performance in College Park, the Cal team is going to come out looking for blood.  We shall see.  Either way, it should be a spirited contest this weekend.  Go Bears!

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2008-2009 Men’s Mountain West Basketball TV Schedule

We are in the midst of football season, but basketball starts in 6 weeks, and here is the tv schedule so far. This package includes game shown on The Mtn, CBS College Sports, and Versus, so this does not include non conference road games those will be added at a latter date once they are announced.

2008-09 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE MEN’S BASKETBALL TELEVISION PACKAGE
(as of 9/24/08)
Date Game Time Broadcast
Saturday, November 15 San Diego at UNLV 2:30 p.m. PT
Tuesday, November 18 Arizona State at San Diego State 8 p.m. PT
Wednesday, November 19 Nebraska at TCU 7 p.m. CT
Saturday, November 22 Minnesota at Colorado State 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, November 26 SMU at TCU 7:30 p.m. CT
Friday, November 28 Utah at Missouri State 7 p.m. CT
Saturday, November 29 Denver at Wyoming 4 p.m. MT
Tuesday, December 2 Nevada, Reno at Colorado State 7 p.m. MT
Wednesday, December 3 Oregon at Utah 7 p.m. MT
Saturday, December 6 Southern Mississippi at New Mexico 4 p.m. MT
Saturday, December 6 San Diego at San Diego State 7 p.m. PT
Monday, December 8 Wichita State at TCU 8 p.m. CT
Wednesday, December 10 California at Utah 6 p.m. MT
Wednesday, December 10 Boise State at BYU 8 p.m. MT
Saturday, December 13 Mississippi at New Mexico 2 p.m. MT
Saturday, December 13 Portland at BYU 8 p.m. MT
Sunday, December 14 Stanford at Colorado State 5 p.m. MT
Wednesday, December 17 Oral Roberts at New Mexico 6:30 p.m. MT
Wednesday, December 17 Santa Clara at UNLV 7:30 p.m. MT
Saturday, December 20 Arizona at UNLV 12 p.m. PT
Saturday, December 20 UC Santa Barbara at San Diego State 1 p.m. PT
Saturday, December 20 Weber State at Utah 4 p.m. MT
Tuesday, December 23 New Mexico State at New Mexico 6:30 p.m. MT
Tuesday, December 23 Southern Utah at UNLV 7:30 p.m. PT
Wednesday, December 31 Stony Brook at Air Force 3 p.m. MT
Wednesday, December 31 Gonzaga at Utah 6 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 3 Wake Forest at BYU 6 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 3 New Mexico at UNLV 7:30 p.m. PT
Tuesday, January 6 LSU at Utah 7 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 10 BYU at Colorado State 1 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 10 Utah at San Diego State 1 p.m. PT
Saturday, January 10 UNLV at TCU 4:30 p.m. CT
Saturday, January 10 Air Force at New Mexico 7:30 p.m. MT
Tuesday, January 13 TCU at BYU 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, January 14 San Diego State at Wyoming 6 p.m. MT
Wednesday, January 14 Utah at Air Force 8 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 17 TCU at Air Force 1 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 17 BYU at New Mexico 2 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 17 Colorado State at Utah 4 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 17 Wyoming at UNLV 7 p.m. PT
Tuesday, January 20 Air Force at Colorado State 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, January 21 Wyoming at TCU 7 p.m. CT
Wednesday, January 21 New Mexico at San Diego State 7:30 p.m. PT
Wednesday, January 21 UNLV at BYU 8 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 24 Utah at UNLV 1 p.m. PT
Saturday, January 24 Colorado State at Wyoming 4 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 24 San Diego State at BYU 7 p.m. MT
Tuesday, January 27 Air Force at Wyoming 6 p.m. MT
Tuesday, January 27 BYU at Utah 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, January 28 TCU at San Diego State 7 p.m. PT
Wednesday, January 28 Colorado State at New Mexico 7:30 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 31 New Mexico at Utah 1:30 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 31 UNLV at Air Force 2 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 31 Wyoming at BYU 4 p.m. MT
Saturday, January 31 San Diego State at Colorado State 7 p.m. MT
Tuesday, February 3 BYU at Air Force 6 p.m. MT
Tuesday, February 3 San Diego State at UNLV 7:30 p.m. PT
Tuesday, February 3 Wyoming at New Mexico 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, February 4 Utah at TCU 6:30 p.m. CT
Saturday, February 7 Utah at Wyoming 2 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 7 UNLV at New Mexico 6 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 7 Air Force at San Diego State 7 p.m. PT
Saturday, February 7 TCU at Colorado State 7 p.m. MT
Tuesday, February 10 TCU at UNLV 7 p.m. PT
Wednesday, February 11 Colorado State at BYU 6 p.m. MT
Wednesday, February 11 New Mexico at Air Force 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, February 11 San Diego State at Utah 8 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 14 Air Force at Utah 2 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 14 BYU at TCU 6:30 p.m. CT
Saturday, February 14 Wyoming at San Diego State 7 p.m. PT
Tuesday, February 17 New Mexico at BYU 8 p.m. MT
Wednesday, February 18 Utah at Colorado State 6 p.m. MT
Wednesday, February 18 UNLV at Wyoming 8 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 21 San Diego State at New Mexico 1 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 21 TCU at Wyoming 1:30 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 21 Colorado State at Air Force 7 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 21 BYU at UNLV 8 p.m. PT
Tuesday, February 24 TCU at New Mexico 6:30 p.m. MT
Tuesday, February 24 BYU at San Diego State 7:30 p.m. PT
Wednesday, February 25 Wyoming at Colorado State 6 p.m. MT
Wednesday, February 25 UNLV at Utah 8 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 28 Utah at BYU 3 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 28 Wyoming at Air Force 4 p.m. MT
Saturday, February 28 San Diego State at TCU 7:30 p.m. MT
Tuesday, March 3 Utah at New Mexico 7 p.m. MT
Wednesday, March 4 BYU at Wyoming 6 p.m. MT
Wednesday, March 4 Air Force at UNLV 7 p.m. PT
Wednesday, March 4 Colorado State at San Diego State 7 p.m. PT
Saturday, March 7 New Mexico at Wyoming 1:30 p.m. MT
Saturday, March 7 TCU at Utah 4 p.m. MT
Saturday, March 7 Air Force at BYU 7 p.m. MT
Saturday, March 7 UNLV at San Diego State 7 p.m. PT
2009 CONOCO MWC MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Date Game Time Broadcast
Wednesday, March 11 MWC Men’s First Round (#8 vs. #9) 2 p.m. PT
Thursday, March 12 MWC Men’s Quarterfinal #1 12 p.m. PT
Thursday, March 12 MWC Men’s Quarterfinal #2 2:30 p.m. PT
Thursday, March 12 MWC Men’s Quarterfinal #3 6 p.m. PT
Thursday, March 12 MWC Men’s Quarterfinal #4 8:30 p.m. PT
Friday, March 13 MWC Men’s Semifinal #1 6 p.m. PT
Friday, March 13 MWC Men’s Semifinal #2 8:30 p.m. PT
Saturday, March 14 MWC Men’s Championship Game 4 p.m. PT