1. 2009 San Diego State Aztecs: Looking Ahead and Up

    The Aztecs have a lot to do to get back to the mid-level of the MWC. The upside is that sophomore QB Ryan Lindley is a great player. If the new staff can find a way to make plays and find playmakers, the Aztecs will be more competitive...

    Jeremy Written by Jeremy about 6 years ago 136 reads 0 comments

  2. Early Predictions for 2009: New Mexico Lobos

    The 2009 New Mexico Lobos will be an interesting team. They lost running back Rodney Ferguson, but they get back quarterback Donovan Porterie, who missed the majority of the season with a neck injury...

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  3. TCU Looking to Add Final Non-Conference Game For 2009

    So far, TCU has three non-conference games on the docket for 2009. Those opponents are at Virginia, Texas State, and SMU. Nothing special, but TCU fans can be assured that there will not be another FBS team...

    Jeremy Written by Jeremy about 6 years ago 289 reads 7 comments

  4. NCAA Football Rumor Alert: Florida and Utah Could Play in 2009

    First off, this is just a rumor, but comes from a credible source. Lya Wodraska from The Salt Lake Tribune is reporting on her blog and will be on a Jacksonville, Florida radio station to talk about these rumors...

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  5. Utah/Utah State Football Game Date Changed

    The Utah football game against Utah State was changed from Saturday September 5th to Thursday September 3rd. This was done to allow more people to attend the game since Monday September 7th is Labor Day...

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  6. Early Predictions: Colorado State Rams

    The Rams will look to build off their success from first year head coach Steve Fairchild, as the Rams will try to go bowling again in 2009...

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  7. Who Cares if Utah Finished #2 They are no Good.

    OK. The title might be a bit over the top, but the below list is from ESPN’s college football Others blogger, Graham Watson. She has an early look of the non-BCS and independents very early outlook for 2009...

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  8. Blake Miller Joins Utah Football Staff

    The Utes finally filled out their coaching staff and today announced that Blake Miller would be the new offensive line coach for Utah. Prior to coming to Utah, Miller held the same position at Rice during the past two years...

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  9. Early Predictions for 2009: BYU Cougars

    Most would love to have a 10-3 record, but for BYU, when there were hopes for a BCS bid and a third straight conference title, a 10-win season was not enough...

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  10. Early Predictions for 2009: Air Force Falcons

    Everyone else has done this, and all the early entries to the NFL draft and recruiting is in, even though minimal teams will have impact players in their class...

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  11. Mountain West Recruiting Wrap-Up

    The day has come and gone, and the only real surprises were with Utah, who did not get local recruit Xavier Su’a Filo, and when BYU allowed Kyle Van Noy to sign on even though he had a DUI, which was his second alcohol-related offense...

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  12. Xavier Su’a-Filo Signs With UCLA, not Utah

    Earlier today, four star-recruit Xavier Su’a-Filo announced his decision and it was a shocker to most as he chose UCLA over USC and local Utah...

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  13. Xavier Su’a-Filo May Announce His School Choice On ESPNU

    Yesterday it seemed as if Timpview, Utah, offensive line prospect Xavier Su’a-Filo was going to announce on ESPNU where he was going to play football...

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  14. On the Recruiting Trail: BYU

    BYU is one of the heavyweights in Mountain West and has an outlet to get athletes that normally would not come to the area...

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  15. Recruiting Update: Air Force

    Leading up to signing day (Feb. 4), we will go through each team's class, and post any news that may occur. There have been stories throughout the year, but since these are high school kids and ...

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  16. Follow the MWC Connection on Twitter

    That is correct the MWC Connection is now on Twitter for those who do not know what Twitter is. Well it is basically a condensed blog where people write short messages 160 characters for quick updates...

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  17. 2008 Mountain West Football Year in Review: Utah Utes

    Back in August, very few—if any—people thought that Utah would end up crashing the BCS and finishing No. 2 in the AP poll...

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  18. 2008 Mountain West Football Year in Review: TCU Horned Frogs

    TCU was under the radar for most of the season because they were just on the edge of the top 25 polls then they lost to Oklahoma. In retrospect, that loss does not look so bad since TCU was able to ‘hold’ Oklahoma to 35 points...

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  19. 2008 Mountain West Football Year in Review: BYU Cougars

    BYU had its "Quest for Perfection" slogan, and it took a while for BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall to fess up that the slogan meant for the football team, and not as he put it "for life, family, and nearly everything but football...

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  20. Mountain West Pushing To Gain BCS Entry

    USA Today is reporting that Mountain West Conference commissioner Craig Thompson wants to at least “put on the table” the idea that the Mountain West deserves an automatic bid to the BCS...

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  21. Breaking News: Aaron Roderick Back at Utah

    Reported about half an hour ago from sports radio 1280 The Zone in Salt Lake, Aaron Roderick is returning to Utah as the wide receivers coach. Very odd for him to do this, but the order of events that took place were that on Jan...

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  22. 2008 In Review: Air Force Falcons

    First off, apologies need to be given to the Falcons. I believed they would fall off after losing nearly 98 percent of their offense in quarterback Chad Hall...

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  23. 2008 Mountain West Football Year in Review: Colorado State Rams

    The Rams were picked at the bottom of most publications and by the Mountain West coaches, well not here we chose the Rams to go 6-6 and make a bowl game...

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  24. 2008 Mountain West Football Year in Review: UNLV Rebels

    Mike Sanford was squarely on the hot seat this season, and having won only six games combined. Coming from Utah as their offensive coordinator under Urban Meyer and lead the explosive offense that took the Utes to their first BCS game...

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  25. 2008 Mountain West Football Year in Review: New Mexico Lobos

    2008 was to be the year New Mexico would move up into the top three and possibly contend for the conference title, but that all came crashing down when starting quarterback Donovan Porterie had a neck injury in the season opener against TCU...

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