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  1. Of course TV contracts would be a massive hurdle. With a thousand options on the table what is one more that is pretty creative?
  2. This would be hard to put together and take a lot of compromising on a lot of people. If California is more slowly opening back up then why not take the California schools from both Pac-12 and Mountain West plus Hawaii to play in the spring. Then the other 16 teams from the Pac-12/MW play in the fall. For a one year deal that would be pretty exciting and provide something completely new. Here is the link.
  3. With hoops starting tomorrow here are some bold predictions we wrote up. Feel free to add any more or make your own. https://mwwire.com/2018/11/04/nine-bold-mountain-west-basketball-predictions-for-2018-19-season/ 1. Wyoming’s Justin James scores 25 points a game 2. Justinian Jessup, Anthony Mathis, and Sam Merrill combine to make 350 three-pointers 3. New Mexico is the Mountain West’s final undefeated team 4. Nico Carvacho records 15 double-doubles 5. Tre’Shawn Thurman starts more games than Jordan Brown 6. San Jose State wins a conference game 7. UNLV only finishes ahead of San Jose State and Air Force 8. The Mountain West regular season title is decided on the last day 9. Nevada reaches the Final Four
  4. This is a bit of a longer read but the case is made as to why San Diego State, Fresno State and Utah State should be ranked. It mostly goes into how the back end of the CFP rankings is a bunch of bunk by placing rando P5 teams that typically falter off, but when looking at G5 teams in those same weeks they clearly outperform those teams ranked 20th-25th. https://mwwire.com/2018/10/25/put-fresno-state-san-diego-state-and-utah-state-in-the-first-cfp-top-25-you-cowards
  5. As for the coaching award, the only two to get votes were for Nick Rolovich and Matt Wells. I am guessing voters went with who exceed expectations or overperformed which would make sense for Rolo and Wells getting the votes. As for the player awards, a lot of it is stats and that is probably how most voted. Fresno State had one real legit candidate at the skill positions with KeeSean Johnson and wide receiver is really deep. That is my guess as to how most voted.
  6. Over at MW Wire did an all-league team at the halfway point. We will have a few more pieces on surprises, disappointments over the next day or two so check those out if you'd like. Here is the list. There is a bit more info and other awards at the post itself. OFFENSE QB - Cole McDonald, Hawaii RB - Lexington Thomas, UNLV RB - Darwin Thompson, Utah State C - Colby Meeks, Colorado State & Quin Ficklin, Utah State OG - Tyler Roemer, San Diego State & John Molchon, Boise State OG - Aaron Jenkins, New Mexico OT - Ezra Cleveland, Boise State OT - Ryan Pope, San Diego State TE - Josh Oliver, San Jose State WR - John Ursua, Hawaii WR - Preston Williams, Colorado State DEFENSE DT - Kaimana Padello, Hawaii DT - Durrant Miles, Boise State DT - Carl Granderson, Wyoming LB - Jeff Allison, Fresno State LB - Tipa Galeai, Utah State LB - Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii LB - David Woodward, Utah State DB - Anthoula Kelly, Fresno State DB - Dameon Baber, Nevada DB - Michael Sewell, Jr., New Mexico DB - Parker Baldwin, San Diego State
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