Mountain West Wire

Mountain West Wire

By Jeremy Mauss
Discussing the latest news in Mountain West football, basketball, recruiting and also some nonsense with Jeremy Mauss, Matt Kenerly, and others from time to time.
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2020 Mountain West Football Ultimate Road Trip
Jeremy and Matt are back to talk some college football for the Mountain West. We first start talking about what a college football season will look like this season. Options we discuss are no season, split season, conference only, or push the season into a spring sport. Also, those making predictions, even like ours, should be taken with a grain of salt as no one really knows how long COVID-19 will be causing issues. The second half of the podcast is more upbeat with the two going through the upcoming schedule and what games they will attend each week. One rule they attempt to have is to make sure to see every Mountain West team.
55:19
April 6, 2020
Early Look At 2020 Mountain West Football Schedule
Jeremy and Matt are back at it to take a look ahead to the 2020 Mountain West football schedule and go through what teams have it easy and tough. We go through some fun non-conference games to watch and what league games could decide a division title in the final week of the Mountain West season. They also discuss how COVID-19 could impact college football in either a delayed sense or no football at all which would be a very bad scenario. We discussed comments made by Utah State's Gary Andersen who suggested maybe only conference games could happen if football activities can not resume by June 1. Plus, more on the show including a very bold prediction by Jeremy about Colorado State's start to the season.
1:13:03
March 30, 2020
How much will no spring football hurt Mountain West teams?
Jeremy and Matt are back to talk about how COVID-19 has put an impact on the college sports world, specifically football. Spring football has been canceled for all schools and only Air Force was able to complete all of their practices. A few others got a handful of practices like San Diego State but what we get into is how not having spring practice will impact teams, and especially the teams that have a new head coach. We also go through teams positions that could have used spring football to get better. 
52:24
March 23, 2020
2020 Mountain West Tournament Recap
Jeremy and Andrew are back to go over the Mountain West tournament which saw No. 11 Wyoming makes a tournament run and Utah State coming from behind to defeat San Diego State for its second straight tournament title. We go through the games with what surprised us and disappointed us through the games. We chat how UNLV's seasons went in T. J. Otzelberger's first year on the job and how he overachieved a bit. We get into NCAA Tournament seeding with San Diego State and whether they would rather get that No. 1 seed out East or stay close to home as a No. 2 seed. Also, there is some talk about covid-19 possibly changing the dynamic of the NCAA Tournament by playing games with no fans or even condensing the sites.
1:01:06
March 9, 2020
Mountain West Tournament Preview
Jeremy and Andrew are back to preview the 2020 Mountain West tournament which begins this week. The two go through the scenarios in the tournament and they both find a soft spot for Colorado State who could sort of play a spoiler in this event. They also go over the various all-conference awards and wonder what is the deal with San Diego State head coach Brian Dutcher who is complaining a lot for a likely No. 1 seed. Also, all signs point to a two-bid Mountain West tournament, well as long as Utah State doesn't mess things up.
58:37
March 4, 2020
Marchxness features the best songs that are actually bad
Jeremy, Matt and Brandon are here to guide you through the amazingness that his Marchxness.com. This year the bracket is the best songs that are bad from around 1970-89 and the trio go through their brackets, voting philosophy, and surprises throughout. There are some truly bad songs and artists like an Eddie Murphy song, The Eagles have a "hit" on the list, Billy Joel and a whole lot more. To follow along with this 64-song bracket go to Marchxness.com and vote each day and listen to the songs you think are so bad that they are good.
59:03
March 2, 2020
Spring football preview: Air Force, San Diego State, San Jose State
Jeremy and Matt are back to take a first look at Mountain West teams as spring football gets going. The three teams they discuss are Air Force, San Diego State, and San Jose State. All three have different issues, strengths, and weaknesses heading into the 2020 season. Air Force has depth issues at quarterback, a brand new set of wide receivers and some defensive concern. San Jose State does return all of its pass catchers but the big change is at quarterback with Josh Love graduating and in comes Arkansas transfer Nick Starkel to take over. San Diego State has a new coach with Rocky Long retiring and Brady Hoke taking over. There is a new quarterback and the running game needs to be worked as last year was the worst in years.
1:01:00
February 24, 2020
Returning Production For 2020 Mountain West Football Teams
Jeremy and Matt are back to take a look at a lot of different topics as we go deeper into the offseason of the college football season. The duo go through coaching changes on the coordinator level like Rocky Long going back to New Mexico and how he can make the team get off to a quicker start with him in charge of the defense. The NFL Combine is upcoming and we go over a few snubs and expectations, why the NCAA should not hope the U.S. Congress bails them out for name, image and likeness, and finally some takes on part two of national signing day. They also get into returning production and the first SP+ rankings and make a few tweaks to each of their preseason Mountain West rankings for the 2020 season.
1:13:15
February 17, 2020
What will happen to the Boise State relationship with the Mountain West?
Jeremy and Matt are back to guide you through the Mountain West football offseason. This latest show begins with the latest coaching hire in the Mountain West which has Todd Graham taking over the Hawaii job as Nick Rolovich has left for the Washington State job. They also get into the transfer portal which is impacting a lot of Mountain West schools, specifically San Diego State landing QB Jack Sears and also Air Force losing multiple key players to the portal. The wrap the show up talking about the disagreement between Boise State and the Mountain West in regards to the side deal they get for being a superior football program. Now, there is some fighting and the two discuss what is next and what could happen.
1:14:42
January 27, 2020
Who is the second best team in the Mountain West?
Jeremy and Andrew are back over a far too long of a break to discuss Mountain West hoops. San Diego State is 20-0 and the two discuss the odds of them going undefeated the rest of the season. Then the real conversation starts about who could be the second best team and the two lean toward UNLV but their schedule the rest of the way is not easy. Also, what is going on with Utah State and do they have a chance to land an at-large bid if they win out?
43:16
January 23, 2020
Mountain West TV deal announced; Boise State concerned about separate home game deal
Matt and are Jeremy are back to talk some offseason Mountain West football. They begin with the latest in coaching changes which include San Diego State's Rocky long stepping down and Brady Hoke taking over. The other move saw Nick Rolovich leave Hawaii for Washington State, plus Rolovich raided the Wyoming defensive staff to add to his own at Washington State. They also dive into the Boise State vs. Mountain West in regards to the TV deal. Mountain West claimed that this separate deal for Broncos home football games is done after this current deal but Boise State disagrees.
58:28
January 19, 2020
Rapid Mountain West Bowl Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap the Mountain West bowl season. Now that both are back they quickly go through the games and along the way nominate players for the all-bowl team for the Mountain West. We get into some vague early 2020 talk surrounding some of the games and also some coaching news within the Mountain West. Let the offseason begin.
1:02:59
January 8, 2020
2019 Mountain West Bowl Recap Part 2
Jeremy flies solo once again to recap the Cheeze It and Hawaii Bowl, plus he previews the Arizona Bowl between Georgia State and Wyoming. In the bowl recaps it starts with Hawaii earning a 38-34 victory over BYU. The Warriors offense had a huge game throwing the ball from Cole McDonald who was turnover-free in the game. The Warriors defense also stood out with three turnovers of their own. There was some technology issues in the game that could have made things a bit different but the bowl game was lacking the proper tech. Air Force vs. Washington State lived up to the hype with the Falcons running at will and the Cougars offense slinging the ball quite well. Air Force had a classic 20-play, 12-plus minute drive that went over the first and second quarters for a touchdown. The Falcons defense also made a few big plays by stopping Washington State on multiple fourth downs. We also preview the Arizona Bowl between Wyoming and Georgia State which will feature strength vs. strength with the Cowboys defense vs. the Panthers offense and vice versa with weakness vs. weakness. Also, there is some confusing information regarding Wyoming's starting quarterback.
51:54
December 30, 2019
Mountain West Bowl Preview Part 2
Jeremy previews the two Mountain West bowl games this week which is the Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve which features old WAC foes BYU vs. Hawaii. This is an interesting game as the Cougars are good enough to get the win over Hawaii but the Warriors offense, if clicking, should be able to take care of business. The other game is a few days later with Air Force taking on Washington State. This game will be very interesting due to the contrasting styles of a run-option attack going up against a pass-heavy offense.
22:42
December 23, 2019
2019 Mountain West Bowl Recap Part One
Jeremy goes solo to recap the first three games of the bowl season which include the Frisco, Las Vegas, and New Mexico Bowls. Well, they all did not go as planned with the league going 1-2 in those games with only San Diego State coming out on top in New Mexico. Utah State's offense showed up in the Frisco Bowl for the most part with a few miscues but the defense could not tackle and gave up an absurd 51 points. Boise State played one of its worst games in a very long time and had its poorest bowl performance ever in the 38-7 loss to Washington. There is a lot of second-guessing for head coach Bryan Harsin in how he got ready for this game and specifically at the quarterback position.
35:59
December 23, 2019
Mountain West Bowl Preview Part 1
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the first three Mountain West bowl games which include the Frisco Bowl between Utah State and Kent State, Las Vegas Bowl which features Washington and Boise State, and the New Mexico Bowl which has San Diego State vs. Central Michigan. They pick games and ponder if the Mountain West could possibly go undefeated in the bowl slate. The duo also recap all the coaching hires within the league as well.
1:11:34
December 20, 2019
Grading The Colorado State, UNLV Coaching Hires
Matt and Jeremy are back to go over some of the big news from the Mountain West. It starts with discussing Utah State QB Jordan Love declaring for the NFL Draft and if he made the right choice. Plus, how will he fit in the NFL and what team could be a good fit. Next, they go over and pick apart and grade UNLV hiring Marcus Arroyo who comes to UNLV from Oregon where he was the offensive coordinator. The other coaching change saw Colorado State bring in recently fired Steve Addazio which is not being perceived as a great move for the Rams football program.
59:07
December 14, 2019
Who is the third best team in Mountain West basketball?
Jeremy and Andrew are back for another round of Mountain West hoops talk. They get into how San Diego State and Utah State are the clear top teams and that it might not be all that close, well, maybe New Mexico. It appears that BYU is trying to its best to even its record vs. the Mountain West after its blowout win over Nevada and then they head to Salt Lake City to play Utah State. That Cougars vs. Aggies game could end up being the game of the week with Yoeli Childs back for BYU and Neemias Queta healthy for the Aggies. We discuss some teams that might surprise in league and Jeremy gives tips on how to run a college basketball program to its fullest potential. Also, the two look way ahead and noticed the Mountain West is foolishly trying to own college hoops on January 1.
45:06
December 11, 2019
2019 Mountain West Football Title Game Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap the Mountain West football title game which saw Boise State defeat Hawaii 31-10. That three touchdown difference was a bit closer than the score indicated. The Warriors were a bit more aggressive and it cost them a few times when they were in the red zone. Plus, points off of turnovers did not help the Warriors either.  We also get into the bowl game selections which look really good, rail on the College Football Playoff ranking system and the rankings in general, and then a quick discussion regarding Jeff Tedford stepping down as Fresno State's head coach due to health reasons.
1:04:32
December 9, 2019
Mountain West title game preview with Dave Southorn of The Athletic
This is our third podcat looking at the Mountain West title game between Boise State and Hawaii. This podcast features Jeremy chatting with Dave Southorn of The Athletic to preview the title game. We discuss under the radar players, how it matters that Hawaii has seen Jaylen Henderson in person and vice versa and is there any transfer portal drama at QB? We also get into the New Year's Six race between Boise State and Cincinnati; finally we end on thoughts regarding Chris Petersen stepping down at Washington and some fond memories Dave has on covering Coach Peter.  We round out the show with Raj's take on the New Year's bid for Boise State vs. Cincinnati.
42:42
December 5, 2019
Mountain West Football Title Game From A Homer's Perpsective
Jeremy is joined by Raj who covers Boise State and Preston who covers Hawaii to preview this Mountain West title game from the perspective of each person who covers their team more closely. We go back and forth with Jeremy chiming in with lame jokes about this game. The two give predictions and how each team can win.
40:25
December 5, 2019
2019 Mountain West Football Championship Game Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to talk a whole lot of Mountain West football despite there being just one game. They first discuss is about the Colorado State job that opened up and what makes it an attractive job and if the Rams can turn into a G5 heavyweight. They look over the all-league awards and compare the media list and our picks as well to see what stands out. As for the game itself, the duo goes over why each team will win and if Hawaii has to be perfect to win the second time around vs. Boise State and the answer is might be a yes. A few keys we discuss are the running game for each squad and will there be an under-the-radar player who comes up big. They wrap with looking at the race for the New Year's Six bowl game between Boise State and Cincy, assuming both win.
1:03:57
December 5, 2019
2019 Mountain West Week 14 Football Recap
Jeremy goes solo to recap the final week of the Mountain West regular-season which did not have much on the line except for Boise State who needed a win to remain in the hunt for a New Year's Six bowl game. There were games where coaches were in their last game and no team had a chance to earn a bowl bid as there were no teams that could not get to six wins. The big story of the weekend was the fight that broke out between Nevada and UNLV after the Rebels won in overtime. That took away from a competitive game that needed extra time to decide its winner. Air Force topped Wyoming and shutdown its ground attack while the Falcons threw the ball a lot, San Jose State's defense made big plays vs. Fresno State, San Diego State's defense smothered BYU, and Hawaii's defense was the reason it defeated Army.
58:56
December 2, 2019
2019 Week 14 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the final week of the Mountain West regular season. There are five league games and two non-conference games. There is not really much on the line this week as there are no more bowl bids that can be earned and the championship game has been set with Hawaii and Boise State. Speaking of Boise State, they need to win to keep pace in the Group of Five mix and the Cotton Bowl and that is the biggest storyline of the week. We also discuss the coaching changes at both New Mexico and UNLV and what is next for those openings at each school.
1:21:36
November 27, 2019
Week 4 College Football Playoff Rankings: Boise State Remains At No. 20
Jeremy and Raj are back to look at the latest College Football Playoff rankings which saw zero movement from Boise State and they remain at No. 20 in the polls and behind Memphis and Cincy. We go over the scenarios with Boise State and how they can and make it to the Cotton Bowl and ways they may not.
33:11
November 27, 2019
2019 Mountain West Football Week 13 Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap another week of Mountain West football and there was a lot on the line this week. Boise State and Hawaii both clinched the division crowns and there will be a rematch for the league title vs. the two teams. Bowl dreams were dashed with Fresno State, Colorado State and San Jose State all going down this weekend. Also, we go through and attempt to figure out who should be offensive player of the year through each game recap, and it looks like the vote could go to any number of players.
1:19:35
November 25, 2019
Mountain West Basketball: Utah State, San Diego State the best so far; Colorado State a spoiler?
Our first Mountain West basketball podcast is here for the season (sorry for no preseason shows) we have Jeremy Mauss being joined by Andrew Dieckhoff to kick things off with some big picture hoops. Early on it seems Utah State is clearly the best team and they aren't even at full strength and San Diego State is in the neighborhood and then there is a jumbled mess of a teams to pick from. UNLV has a new coach and is struggling, Air Force is disappointing, and New Mexico is the closest to the top two but aren't quite there. The Rams are a team with  Nico Carvacho who is an overlooked player and even if Colorado State is not in the mix for a conference title, he should be in the running for player of the year. We both expect Colorado State to pull off an upset or two along the way. Finally, San Jose State might be slowly getting better and the next step is to more than double the wins from last year and challenge for double-digit victories.
51:29
November 22, 2019
2019 Week 13 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 13th week of Mountain West football. There are rivalries and championships on the line. The Bronze Boot gets things started on Friday night with Colorado State taking on Wyoming. The Rams are wanting to remain in the discussion for a bowl game. The Saturday games have two big ones that could determine the championship game attendees. A Boise State win over Utah State puts them in the title game and hosting, a loss means tiebreakers come into play. San Diego State vs. Hawaii is a winner-take-all in the West Division and is a late night Facebook game. Nevada takes on Fresno State and the Bulldogs are wanting to get to a bowl game and need to get this win to have at least five and then win next week as well. The other game is San Jose State who is also looking to stay on track for a bowl game and they are on the road at UNLV.
1:27:56
November 21, 2019
Order Of College Football Rankings Really Mean Nothing For Boise State
Jeremy and Raj are back to talk about the latest College Football Playoff rankings which if we are being honest do not matter all that much as Boise State is still behind both Memphis and Cincy. What it really comes down to is the Broncos need a two-loss AAC team to win the title, or if we dig a bit deeper a one-loss SMU team as they are a few spots behind Boise State. We run through the scenarios of the teams in the mix and predict some outcomes for this week since the competition gets a bit tougher, specifically for Boise State and Cincy. At the end, the duo does a quick preview of Boise State and Utah State and take a stab at the quarterback situation for each team.
43:39
November 20, 2019
2019 Week 12 Mountain West Football Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap Week 12 of Mountain West football or also known as trophy week. There were some close games and some ugly games. San Diego State vs. Fresno State got things going on Friday night with the Aztecs taking home the Old Oil Can while forcing Bulldogs QB Jorge Reyna to have his worst game of the year with three picks. The Saturday games started with a shocking low scoring game with Hawaii topping UNLV, 21-7, and the Warriors decided to swap quarterbacks, again. Colorado State had many chances to defeat Air Force but was unable to get things on track. Wyoming with its backup quarterback Tyler Vander Waal was unable to overcome his errors with three interceptions.
1:07:25
November 17, 2019
2019 Mountain West Football Week 12 Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 12th week of Mountain West football in what we are dubbing "trophy week" as so many games have a trophy on the line this weekend. Things get started with the Old Oil Can as Fresno State takes on San Diego State on a Friday night game. The Bulldogs need two wins to become bowl eligible and this a game that might be close than some think. On Saturday the UNLV Rebels host the Hawaii Warriors for what we call the "Golden Pineapple" which is far superior compared to the “Ninth Island Showdown.” Wyoming and Utah State battle for Bridger's rifle in what could be a defensive showdown, Colorado State is fighting for bowl eligibility vs. Air Force for the Ram-Falcon trophy. The final game of the day does not have a trophy on the line as Boise State takes on New Mexico.
1:09:17
November 13, 2019
How do the latest College Football Playoff rankings impact Boise State?
Jeremy and Raj are back to discuss the second week of the College Football Playoff rankings and how they impact Boise State. The Broncos did move up one spot to No. 21 and are still behind Memphis and Cincinnati. Boise State still needs help to move up but they are stuck not only behind the Tigers and Bearcats but Navy could jump Boise State if the Middies defeat Notre Dame. That has us put the Broncos in the second-tier for the Cotton Bowl bid from the Group of Five. We go through the games that could change the rankings from the Group of Five and odds are one of two of these American teams could lose and assist the Broncos move up for next week's rankings.
33:40
November 13, 2019
2019 Week 11 Mountain West Football Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap Week 11 of Mountain West football in what was one of the most exciting weeks of the season with so many close games and also upsets. This week also had a few controversial play calls by coaches or at least some that a lot of people were going back and forth on. We start with Utah State and Fresno State which saw both offenses play well but it was the Aggies getting the win. Boise State and Wyoming played a defensive duel with the Broncos winning in overtime. Nevada defeated San Diego State in a slugfest of a game and despite scoring on every single possession, San Jose State lost to Hawaii.
56:18
November 10, 2019
2019 Week 11 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 11th Week of Mountain West football which has just four games instead of five. The Air Force vs. New Mexico game is being postponed due to the death of the Lobos Nahje Flowers. That game is being pushed to Nov. 23 when each team has an off week. We do briefly discuss the College Football Playoff rankings and what games to look for within the Group of Five. Fresno State hosts Utah State in a game where both teams are going in different directions, to a degree. San Diego State hosts a Nevada team that has settled on a quarterback but the big thing to watch in this game is the running game. Wyoming and Boise State will be interesting but only if the Cowboys defense can slow down the Broncos offense, and the night game between San Jose State and Hawaii is worth staying up for as it could eclipse 80 total points.
56:02
November 7, 2019
Sorting out the Group of Five pecking order after the first College Football Playoff rankings
Jeremy and Raj are here to bring you reaction for the first College Football Playoff top 25. Think of this as an introduction to know the teams that are in the mix for the coveted New Year's Six spot from the Group of Five. We go through the top 25 and also what teams are contending. The teams earning a ranking are No. 20 Cincinnati, No. 21 Memphis, No. 22 Boise State, No. 24 Navy, and No. 25 SMU. There is a ton of football left but we comb through a lot of scenarios, so as Jeremy says, 'take notes'.  There is talk of chaos with the Army vs. Navy game the week after the final playoff rankings matter, San Diego, State, App State, and UCF's chances of getting into the race. Also, what are the odds that both the Mountain West and American team have just one loss.
58:43
November 6, 2019
2019 Week 10 Mountain West Football Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap the wacky Week 10 of Mountain West football. There were blowouts and unexpected results throughout the day. Air Force is a good team and found out a way to get its win over rival Army and the same can be said as Boise State needed everything to defeat a pesky San Jose State team on the road late Saturday night. Colorado State is showing to be a tough team, at least on offense, and could be a team to play spoiler the rest of the way and maybe make a bowl game. UNLV which lost to the Rams is in trouble and the question about its head coaching position which is still occupied by Tony Sanchez. Nevada is one step closer to bowl eligibility after topping New Mexico. The late game saw Fresno State upend Hawaii and we still know nothing much more about the Bulldogs.
55:10
November 3, 2019
2019 Week 10 Mountain West Football Preview
Matt and Jeremy are back to preview Week 10 of Mountain West football which features a pair of non-conference games with four league games on the day, yes, all games are on Saturday this week. The two non-league game feature Air Force hosting its armed services rival in Army and this is a game that the Falcons should handle vs. the falling Black Knights. The other is more interesting with BYU traveling to Utah State. The Aggies have been struggling a bit this year and so has BYU, the Cougars have not who said what player will be under center. Expect this one to be close. The Mountain West games feature Colorado State which is slowly improving this year and can continue that vs. UNLV. Boise State is coming off of its first loss and will face San Jose State which is sitting at 4-4, Fresno State travels to Hawaii in a key West Division game and then there is New Mexico vs. Nevada.
1:05:01
October 30, 2019
2019 Week 9 Mountain West Football Recap
Matt and Jeremy are back to look back at Week 9 of Mountain West play that had very interesting results. It started with San Jose State upset Army, at least from a betting standpoint and the Spartans have a legitimate shot at a bowl game as they sit with four wins. The one result that was not expected was Air Force easily dispatching Utah State by a score of 31-7. Colorado State pulled off a win over Fresno State which is not the team some people thought they were this year. Wyoming also had an unexpectedly easy victory by topping Nevada, 31-3, with a dominant running performance. Finally, San Diego State nearly went to overtime vs. UNLV but the Rebels missed a field goal at the end of the game that would have sent it to overtime.
1:02:18
October 27, 2019
2019 Mountain West Week 9 Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview Week 9 of Mountain West play that features a full slate of Saturday games and 11 of the 12 teams in action. The one non-conference game is San Jose State at Army which could be an interesting game that has a line of the Black Knight's being a 9.5-point favorite. One side not of the week is injuries and suspensions. Nevada is pulling quarterback Malik Henry so he can focus on grades, New Mexico suspended quarterback Sheriron Jones, and Colorado State did the same with running back Marvin Kinsey for Colorado State. Those absences could be the difference in those games this week. The big game of the week is Utah State which traveling to Air Force on Saturday night. The Falcons might not have the services of Donald Hammond III again and Mike Schmidt could be starting. Schmidt had a good performance last week in relief and was a difference-maker for the Falcons.
1:15:51
October 25, 2019
2019 Week 8 Mountain West Football Recap
Jeremy goes solo to recap everything from Week 8 of Mountain West football. This week was wild with a few upsets and some sorting out the conference races. Fresno State's defense came on strong vs. UNLV by turning in multiple turnovers and stops into 28 points. New Mexico really isn't that bad as they moved the ball vs. Wyoming but failed to convert when it counted in its loss. Speaking of Wyoming, quarterback Sean Chambers completed over 50 percent of his passes for the first time this year. San Diego State outlasted San Jose State, Boise State fell to BYU and its trick plays, Utah State cruised to victory over Nevada, and Air Force crushed Hawaii on the islands.
50:46
October 21, 2019
2019 Week 8 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to take a quick look back at the midseason of Mountain West football and then look ahead to a very interesting week 8 of Mountain West play. There are 11 teams in action with five conference matchups and one non-league game. Games start on Friday night with Fresno State hosting UNLV and looking to rebound from last week's loss to Air Force, while the Rebels want to build on that momentum. Fresno State is a huge favorite. On Saturday, New Mexico will attempt to make some offensive noise against Wyoming's defense. There there is San Diego State and San Jose State battle in a game that was very close last year, will it be the same? Boise State at BYU which could see the Cougars play at worst its fourth-string quarterback and if things go well its backup Jaren Hall but he suffered a concussion last week. Nevada at Utah State has a massive three-touchdown line in favor of the Aggies. The late-game features two contrasting styles in Air Force vs. Hawaii.
55:20
October 17, 2019
2019 Week 7 Mountain West Football Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap Week 7 of Mountain West football. The duo goes through all of the games this week which had some exciting matchups and results. Nevada and San Jose State game had a last-second field goal, UNLV upsets Vanderbilt, Colorado State's passing offense went for big numbers, San Diego State came from behind to defeat Wyoming, and Boise State boat-raced Hawaii with a backup quarterback.
1:11:29
October 14, 2019
2019 Week 7 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview Week 7 of Mountain West football. This week is loaded with very important and big time games. The action gets started on Friday night between New Mexico and Colorado State, yes that games seem not great but there are implications for the coaches in that game. Saturday has a lot going on with the two biggest games being at night when Wyoming travels to San Diego State for a defensive showdown in Southern California. The other high-profile game is No. 14 Boise State hosting Hawaii and its run-n-shoot offense and this game in Idaho could lead to more points and has more of a blowout potential but the odds of that are slim. San Jose State is hoping to get to four wins as they take on Nevada which has a new starting quarterback this week and then Air Force and Fresno State battle in a game where it will finally be known who the Bulldogs are.
1:35:01
October 10, 2019
2019 Week 2 Mountain West Football Recap
Matt and Jeremy are back to recap the second week of Mountain West football. The games this week saw teams rebound from its Week 1 loss like Utah State and then teams falling apart like UNLV which struggled in its secondary and the quarterback play had a lot of issues. Also, we discuss Fresno State and talk about how there is not too much to worry about despite being 0-2 by losing to USC and Minnesota by one score.
1:11:00
September 9, 2019
2019 Week 2 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview Week 2 of Mountain West football and the goal is that the conference can replicate Week 1. The big games of the week are Fresno State vs. Minnesota, San Diego State vs. UCLA, Marshall vs. Boise State, and Nevada vs. Oregon. The conference has the chance to snag a few Power 5 wins and can help the league move out of the shadows of the other Group of Five leagues and gain a lot of respect. We make picks, predicdtions and preview every game.
1:17:00
September 5, 2019
2019 Mountain West Football Week 1 Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap the first full week of Mountain West football which was full of ups and downs with a ton of excitement and a little bit of disappointment. This week was arguably one of the best ever in the Mountain West with Boise State, Wyoming, and Nevada coming from behind to defeat Power 5 teams, and there could have been more. There is room for improvement and a lot of optimism for the Mountain West this year.
1:05:00
September 3, 2019
Week 1 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the complete Week 1 Mountain West football schedule. There are 11 games on the books with only Hawaii having the off week after playing in Week 0. There are five games against FCS foes, six against Power 5 teams with seven home games, two neutral and two road games. We go through each matchup while trying to explain why we are making certain picks. There could be a few upsets along the way which include FCS or Power 5 games.
1:37:00
August 28, 2019
Hawaii tops Arizona to kick the season off 1-0
Jeremy and Matt are back to actually talk some football. Week 0 started off with Hawaii defeating Arizona at home in a very wild contest. The Warriors won 45-38 and it saw a bit of everything with a ton of offense, interceptions, fumbles and defensive stands. Hawaii does have things to work on like ball control, more consistent defense and finding a starting quarterback.
34:00
August 26, 2019
Week 0 Preview: Hawaii Hosts Arizona
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the first week of college football, and that is the Week 0 game between Arizona and Hawaii late on a Saturday night. The two first go over some of the latest news in the Mountain West which surrounds UNLV's offense, Air Force losing players and depth charts being solidified. The main course is Hawaii hosting Arizona. This game should be a shoot out as the over/under is set at 74 points. Both offenses should be able to move the ball nearly at will and this game could come down to what defense makes the biggest stop.
51:00
August 23, 2019
2019 Mega Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back for the mega preview of the Mountain West football season. They go over their picks, which do not change, conference title game predictions, bold picks and play some games regarding each team. We also go through some scenarios and give plenty of updates as fall camp progresses. Plus, we hear from some of our staff writers about their teams. This episode is brought to you buy SlingTV and FuboTV, these are the premier streaming platforms to be able to catch Mountain West football without traditional pay TV.
1:13:00
August 21, 2019
2019 Boise State Football Preview
Matt and Jeremy are back to preview the Boise State football and its 2019 season. The two are also joined by Raja Prabhala who covers the Broncos for the website. The big issue with this team is who will start at quarterback and also running back as both starters have moved on from the program. The Broncos get the benefit of the doubt but that does not mean there are question marks on the program. Odds are that the Broncos will compete for a conference title even though they lost a lot of offensive playmakers.
1:40:00
August 19, 2019
2019 Hawaii Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the Hawaii football for the 2019 year. Entering the second year of the run-n-shoot might lead to an even more explosive offensive, especially if QB Cole McDonald is healthy. The running game must get better at running the ball and make up the production lost from WR John Ursua. The defense needs to get better but on the positive side there is experience on that side of the ball, and to help the team this unit just needs to be average. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV, these are two streaming services that can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball games way less than with traditional pay TV.
46:00
August 4, 2019
2019 UNLV Football Preview
Matt and Jeremy are back to preview UNLV. The big question is if QB Armani Rogers can stay healthy as he is the most important player for this Rebels team and he is the reason why or why not UNLV will have a big season. Also, head coach Tony Sanchez is on the hot seat with a new athletics director where a bowl game might be what it takes to keep his job. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV, these are two streaming services that can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball games way less than with traditional pay TV.
1:23:00
July 29, 2019
Mountain West media day recap
Matt and Jeremy are back to recap Mountain West media days. There is a lot to go over and it starts with the all-league and projected order of finish. We discuss thinking about how the media decided to vote for the all-league teams and order of finish. Also, Craig Thompson mentions league contraction, TV deal, new bowl agreements, and scheduling. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:05:00
July 26, 2019
2019 San Diego State Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 2019 San Diego State football season. The Aztecs do have a new-ish quarterback in Ryan Agnew is the new full-time starter and a spread offense that will still be running the ball a lot with a healthy Juwan Washington. The defense loses a couple of players but it will still be one of the best in the league.  This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:22:00
July 25, 2019
2019 Colorado State Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 2019 Colorado State football season. The Rams are coming off a pretty bad yar where they went 3-9 after three straight 7-6 finishes. The big question is if head coach Mike Bobo is on the hot seat since he had a down 2018 but also he is struggling to beat his rivals in Colorado, Air Force, and Wyoming; plus he is not good in bowl games. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
55:00
July 14, 2019
2019 Wyoming Football Preview
Matt and Jeremy are back to talk about the 2019 Wyoming football team. The Cowboys have some questions on both sides of the ball, but the offense has more than the defense. On offense, the running game loses Nico Evans and will be replaced by Xazavian Valladay who rushed for nearly 1,000 yards less than Evans. Also, while Sean Chambers is the quarterback, he needs to prove he can throw along with running the ball well.  This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
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July 6, 2019
2019 Fresno State Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back for another team preview as we talk about defending Mountain West champion Fresno State Bulldogs. The Bulldogs do have to replace a lot of quality players on both sides of the ball and this could be Jeff Tedford's biggest challenge to date. Fresno State needs a new quarterback, star wide receiver and a few more defenders including defensive player of the year Jeffrey Allison. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:03:00
June 30, 2019
Mountain West basketball shakes up NBA Draft
Jeremy and Eli are back to talk some Mountain West hoops. The NBA Draft came and went and there was a surprising amount of players taken from the league with three. Justin James, Jalen McDaniels, and Cody Martin, we discuss how they will fit in with their new teams. We also look at some big picture stuff as we get into next year with expectations from each school. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
46:00
June 30, 2019
2019 New Mexico Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt move onto talk about the New Mexico Lobos 2019 football season. The Lobos have a tough season ahead of them as they have a new offensive and defensive coordinator, which seems like a sign of desperation for head coach Bob Davie. Also, the Lobos are taking another step away from the successful run-option attack to a more passing game and the success has not been there ever since moving away from its run attack. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:04:00
June 23, 2019
2019 Nevada Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 2019 football season for the Nevada Wolf Pack. There are some key intriguing questions about this team and it starts at the quarterback position which will be a three-way battle to replace Ty Gangi. Also discussed is who will be the new playmakers on defense, and season-long projections. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
53:00
June 16, 2019
2019 Air Force Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt dive into Air Force football's 2019 season and if it will be one in which they end their two-year bowl drought under head coach Troy Calhoun. This team has the making to not only turn around its bad fortune and possibly even be a competitor in the conference. There is a lot of returning talent for this Falcons team and 2019 is the year that it all could be coming together for a special season. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:10:00
June 10, 2019
2019 San Jose State Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview San Jose State's football season which should be at least marginally better. That is not a knock on the Spartans program because while SJSU is getting better but the problem is so is the rest of the league. The Spartans offense has some pieces together and if they are healthy then they could get a few more wins because of that. The defense loses star players but they had decent depth to keep the defense about on par as last year.  This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:03:00
June 2, 2019
2019 Utah State football preview
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview the 2019 Mountain West football season and we start with the Utah State Aggies. Utah State is coming off one of its best years ever but now they have a new, or really old, head coach with Gary Andersen taking over for Matt Wells who left for Texas Tech. The duo go over the positives, negatives, give a record prediction, and give a full breakdown of the 2019 Aggies. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:08:00
May 27, 2019
Mountain West basketball NBA Draft, schedule, coaching update
Jeremy and Eli are back to talk about the latest in Mountain West offseason hoops. There has been some scheduling updates to discuss, NBA Draft season is in full force and Nevada and UNLV are doing a good job with their coaches so far. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, check out Podcoin which is an awesome way to get rewarded for listening to any podcast, just like this one.
45:00
May 22, 2019
Mountain West Spring Recap: West Division
***The second half of the audio is wonky, apologies*** Jeremy and Matt are back to recap spring football from the West Division of the Mountain West. We go through who have made improvements this spring and what teams still have question marks heading into the summer before fall camp gets going. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, check out Podcoin which is an awesome way to get rewarded for listening to any podcast, just like this one
49:00
May 19, 2019
Mountain West Football Mountain Division Spring Recap
Jeremy and Matt are back to take a look at the Mountain Division now that spring football is in the books. They go over and answer a few questions on each team or ask the questions that needed to be answered heading into fall camp. So, get ready for a break down of Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico, and Wyoming. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, check out Podcoin which is an awesome way to get rewarded for listening to any podcast, just like this one.
54:00
May 5, 2019
2019 NFL Draft Recap: How did the Mountain West Fair?
Jeremy and Matt are back to talk some Mountain West football and specifically the NFL Draft. There were 10 players drafted from the conference and a quite a few more signed after the draft as free agents. The two go over what were the best picks, best fits and head scratching moves. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
55:00
April 29, 2019
Nevada hires Steve Alford as next head coach
This week's show, Jeremy Mauss is joined by Brandon Blake to discuss Nevada making the move to hire Steve Alford as its next head basketball coach. Blake is one of our Wolf Pack writers so we go back and chat about Eric Musselman leaving and then into what it means for Alford going to Reno. Alford has a lot of work to do by re-recruiting players who are in the transfer portal, how long will he stay at Nevada, and what are his expectations? This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
1:03:00
April 14, 2019
Nevada's Eric Musselman Takes Arkansas Job
Jeremy and Eli are back for another Mountain West hoops podcast and this time they are discussing Eric Musselman taking the Arkansas job after four seasons at Nevada. The duo discusses why now Musselman wanted to leave and if it was the best time to strike the iron while hot? Also, was money a factor since Arkansas was able to more than double his pay. Finally, who will be the next coach to replace Musselman at Nevada. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
44:00
April 8, 2019
What does the new AAC TV deal mean for the Mountain West?
Jeremy and Matt are back to discuss a unique topic: media rights deals. The AAC just signed a new deal that will pay its league members just under $7 million per year, a four-fold increase. The two discuss what it means for the Mountain West and if the American is really moving that far ahead of the other Group of Five teams. Also, what should the Mountain West media deal look like in a few years in terms of money and how to watch the games. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
44:00
April 7, 2019
Nevada's Eric Musselman is linked to the Arkansas job
Eli and Jeremy are back to talk the latest in Mountain West hoops. The latest is regarding Nevada's Eric Musselman being connected to the Arkansas job. There are a lot of reports, rumors, and all sorts of other tidbits about Musselman being in Reno or being in Fayetteville. We try to sort it all out and discuss if Musselman should even take the Arkansas job or wait for a bigger opportunity. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV.
49:00
April 3, 2019
UNLV to name T.J. Otzelberger head coach; NCAA Tournament recap
Jeremy and Eli are back to discuss the latest in Mountain West hoops. The big story that broke is UNLV naming South Dakota State's T.J. Otzelberger as its new basketball coach as he replaces Marvin Menzies. After going through the pros and cons, the duo get to the NCAA Tournament which saw both Nevada and Utah State to end the season early. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV
55:00
March 27, 2019
NCAA Tournament Preview: How Far Will Nevada, Utah State Go?
Jeremy and Eli are back to preview the Mountain West teams in the NCAA Tournament as Utah State takes on Washington and Nevada is going up against Florida this Thursday and Friday. They breakdown those two games and how each team can and lose the matchup. Both are fairly favorable to win these games and advance but they each need to play up to their potential or they could be going home early. The two make Final Four picks, upsets in their brackets and also what is going on at San Jose State who have lose two transfers from this year's team. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV
1:04:00
March 19, 2019
Utah State, Nevada earn NCAA bid; UNLV fired Marvin Menzies
Jeremy and Eli are back to look over the big week of Mountain West tournament play which saw Utah State top San Diego State to earn the automatic bid from the conference. Eli was in Las Vegas for the games so we discuss what he saw there in person. We also discuss Marvin Menzies being fired from UNLV and what the school really should be looking for with its new head coach. A brief moment on Boise State's Leon Rice being connected with Washington State. Then we get to an early look at the NCAA Tournament. This episode is presented by FuboTV and SlingTV, these are two streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV
1:07:00
March 18, 2019
2019 Mountain West football ultimate travel guide
Jeremy and Matt go through each week of the Mountain West schedule and pick the game they most likely would want to see throughout the 2019 season. The only restriction is that we must see every Mountain West team throughout the year. We see more than one but we also make trips to see everyone, including you San Jose State. Play along and let us know your favorite game of each week. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
54:00
March 12, 2019
We have no clue what really happened after the Utah State, Nevada game
Jeremy and Eli are back to discuss the huge week of Mountain West hoops which includes Utah State's big win over Nevada, and whatever happened afterward because no one really knows. The win gave the Aggies the same amount of losses as the Wolf Pack, but then its overtime win over Colorado State assured them a share of the Mountain West title. The duo discuss the merits of Utah State winning a few end of season awards, plus the prospect of the Aggies playing in Salt Lake City for the NCAA Tournament. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
46:00
March 6, 2019
Who are the toughest Mountain West players to replace for 2019?
Jeremy and Matt are back to talk about what key players are going to be the most vital to replace going into 2019. Some are obvious and others are not with who are no longer on the team for 2019. Before the two get into that they spend a few minutes on some NFL Draft combine nuggets, specifically with the tight end position. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
1:13:00
March 4, 2019
The Nevada vs. Utah State showdown is finally here
Jeremy and Eli are back to talk more Mountain West hoops. The two discuss the huge game between Nevada and Utah State and if the Aggies can pull off the upset in the sold out Spectrum in Logan, Utah. A win by the Aggies would put them in position to win the conference outright, but a Wolf Pack win would guarantee them the top seed. We discuss keys for both teams to win and give a pick on the game. There is also a lot of intrigue on what school will earn the three seed and also if the conference could earn three NCAA Tournament bids. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
49:00
March 1, 2019
PODCAST: Nevada Falls To SDSU, Again; Utah State's Path To An At-Large Bid
Jeremy and Eli are back to talk some Mountain West hoops. The big topic of the show is talking about San Diego State's upset win over Nevada. We go over things like why are the Aztecs peaking now, why has the Wolf Pack struggled against SDSU, and what to make of Nevada's NCAA Tournament seeding. Utah State is a fringe bubble team and the two go over how the Aggies can make it to the NCAA Tournament without winning the Mountain West tournamnet. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
46:00
February 22, 2019
All what matters for Nevada is to just win
Jeremy and Eli are back to discuss the latest in Mountian West basketball and dive into Nevada hoops and its NCAA Tournament chances. We go over the NET and how much it really matters in certain game situations. This all came about when Nevada went for an alley-oop at the end of the game in a blowout win. The truth is that efficiency and margin of victory with the NET are just part of the puzzles, but wins are the most important. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
50:00
February 13, 2019
Way Too Early 2019 Mountain West Football Preview
Jeremy and Matt are back for a supersized show. The two give early predictions and overview of the 2019 Mountain West football season. No records or predictions are set in stone, but we do go through our staff's early power rankings for next year while going through the pluses and minuses of next year. Also, we touch on some news and national signing day which just wrapped up. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
1:59:00
February 11, 2019
A great way to fix scheduling inequality in college basketball
Jeremy and Eli are back to preview the upcoming week of Mountain West hoops which starts off with a big game between Fresno State and Utah State which will likely determine the No. 2 seed come tournament time. We dive into San Jose State and what could have been and how they might be able to turn things around. Also, we discuss the ways to fix inequality to help schedule for non-power leagues. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
59:00
February 5, 2019
2019 Mountain West football hot takes
Jeremy and Matt are back to go over user submitted and our own 2019 extremely hot takes for next year's Mountain West football season. A few examples of what we discuss. - Nevada will go to a New Year's Six Game. - Wyoming will top Missouri to start the year. - San Jose State is bowl eligible - Air Force wins 10 games - Winner between San Jose State and New Mexico will be the only FBS win between the two. - Utah State loses a ton but wins the Mountain West title. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
59:00
February 4, 2019
The stupidest controversy ever: UNR vs. Nevada
Jeremy and Eli are back to talk about the latest in Mountain West basketball from the week. Nevada has still yet to impress either of us on a consistent basis and it will come back to haunt them at some point this year. San Diego State just might be peaking just like last year, can Colorado State make some noise and finally the stupid controversy over using UNR or Nevada. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
52:00
January 30, 2019
Reviewing our 2018 football picks
Jeremy and Matt are back to take a look back at the picks we got right and wrong looking ahead to the 2018 Mountain West football season. We got a few things right and a lot of things we got wrong after the season played out. We look at our top 50 list from the preseason and make a few predictions for 2019. Also, some news on the offensive coordiantors in and out in the league. This episode is presented by FuboTV streaming services which can help you watch nearly every Mountain West football or basketball game way less than traditional pay TV. Also, get the best deal of ticket for these game at Seat Geek. Also, head to MWCWire.com for more deals.
52:00
January 30, 2019
Fun facts about Mountain West basketball
Jeremy and Eli are back to talk about the latest in Mountian West hoops which includes Air Force being the su