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  1. Head coaching records at their MWC schools - Where five of the 11 head coaches have winning records Air Force - Troy Calhoun 87-67 (13th season) Boise State - Bryan Harsin 52-15 (6th season) Colorado State - Mike Bobo 24-27 (5th season) Fresno State - Jeff Tedford 22-6 (3rd season) Hawai‘i - Nick Rolovich 18-22 (4th season) Nevada - Jay Norvell 11-14 (3rd season) New Mexico - Bob Davie 33-54 (8th season) San Diego State - Rocky Long 71-35 (8th season) San José State - Brent Brennan 3-22 (3rd season) UNLV - Tony Sanchez 16-32 (5th season) Utah State - Gary Andersen 26-24 (5th season) Wyoming - Craig Bohl 28-35 (6th season) A team from the Mountain West has been a participant in the first day of the college football season for the past three years, and that will again be the case in 2019 as Hawai‘i hosts Arizona on Saturday, Aug. 24 Mountain West teams are 109-83 in season openers since the inception of the league in 1999. MW teams are 84-26 at home and 18-45 on the road. Below is a full breakdown of the Mountain West’s 2019 non conference opponents: ACC: Florida State, Wake Forest American: Navy, Tulsa (2) Big Ten: Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue C-USA: Marshall, UTEP MAC: Toledo Pac-12: Arizona, Colorado (2), Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Washington SEC: Arkansas (2), LSU, Missouri, Vanderbilt Sun Belt: Arkansas State, Texas State Independent: Army (3), BYU (3), Liberty, New Mexico State (3), Notre Dame FCS: Central Arkansas, Colgate, Idaho, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State, Sam Houston State, Southern Utah, Stony Brook, Weber State (2), Western Illinois The Mountain West has won four consecutive games against an opponent from the PAC-12 (Nevada over Oregon State, Fresno State over UCLA, San Diego State over Arizona State and Fresno State over Arizona State) The Mountain West has won four consecutive games against an opponent from the American Conference (Boise State over UConn, Hawai‘i over Navy, Fresno State over Houston and Air Force over Navy) The Mountain West owns the second-best win percentage in bowl games since 2004, behind only the SEC (.563 percent, 45-35 record) BSU has produced a 1,000-yard rusher in 10 consecutive seasons. Fresno St & Wyoming enter the 2019 season riding four-game win streaks, tied for the fifth-longest active streak nationally. BSU's Curtis Weaver has 20.5 career sacks, just two away from tying for fifth all-time in Mountain West history. The league record is 28.5 by Jan Jorgensen (BYU) and Jerry Hughes (TCU) Wyoming's Logan Wilson enters the season with 316 career tackles, the second-most in the nation among active defenders. Wilson is 80 tackles shy of entering the Mountain West’s top-5 USU's Dominik Eberle has made 122 consecutive PATs, the second-most in Mountain West history. Eberle has not missed a PAT in his collegiate career Hawaii enters the 2019 campaign with 20 returning starters, tied as the most nationally with Ball State, Indiana, Michigan State and Oregon The Mountain West has sent at least six teams to the postseason in six consecutive years The Mountain Division holds an all-time record of 69-45 (.605) against opponents from the West Division since divisional play was established in the Mountain West in 2013 Boise State has amassed 176 wins since the start of the 2003 season, making the Broncos tied with Ohio State as the winningest team at the FBS level during that time BSU is 94-7 at home since 2003 BSU is 78-26 in road / neutral field games since 2003 CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT BEING SHUT OUT Rk. Team Games Last Time Shut Out 1. Boise State 279 Sept. 27, 1997 (Washington State, 0-58) 2. Utah State 142 Nov. 10, 2007 (Boise State, 0-52) 3. Nevada 127 Sept. 5, 2009 (Notre Dame, 0-35) 4. Wyoming 106 Oct. 9, 2010 (TCU, 0-45) 5. UNLV 93 Oct. 8, 2011 (Nevada, 0-37) 6. Colorado State 65 Nov. 23, 2013 (Utah State, 0-13) 7. Fresno State 30 Nov. 5, 2016 (Colorado State, 0-37) 8. New Mexico 18 Oct. 14, 2017 (Fresno State, 0-38) 9. Air Force 15 Nov. 4, 2017 (Army, 0-21) 10. Hawai‘i 15 Nov. 18, 2017 (Utah State, 0-38) 11. San José State 10 Sept. 8, 2018 (Washington State, 0-31) 12. San Diego State 0 Dec. 19, 2018 (Ohio, 0-27) The most recent MWC team to pitch a shutout was Air Force Sept. 1, 2018 (Stony Brook, 38-0) The longest streak in the MWC without pitching a shutout is UNLV Sept. 22, 2007 (Utah, 27-0) Since 1999 Bose St has pitched 13 shutout games for tops amongst MWC schools - No other team is in double figures and CSU brings up the rear with 1 shutout since 1999
  2. Yer a CENTRIST dadgummit like the rest of the conservatives around here - Get it right gol darn it
  3. Saturday, Nov. 30 Wyoming at Air Force* Noon MT
  4. Saturday, Nov. 30 Utah State at New Mexico 2 p.m. MT
  5. FACEBOOK GAME - Only on mainland Saturday, Nov. 23 San Diego State at Hawaii 6 p.m. HT
  6. FACEBOOK GAME - Only on mainland Saturday, Nov. 16 Hawaii at UNLV 1 p.m. PT
  7. FACEBOOK GAME - Only on mainland Saturday, Nov. 9 San José State at Hawaii 6 p.m. HT
  8. FACEBOOK GAME - Only on mainland Saturday, Nov. 2 Fresno State at Hawaii* 6 p.m. HT
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