Mountain West Basketball Predictions, Scoreboard, Lines, TV Schedule For Nov. 12

Mountain West Basketball Predictions, Scoreboard, Lines, TV Schedule For Nov. 12

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Mountain West Basketball Predictions, Scoreboard, Lines, TV Schedule For Nov. 12

Mountain West Basketball Predictions, Scoreboard, Lines, TV Schedule For Nov. 12


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Southern Utah at Boise State (4 p.m. ET, TV: MWN)

Final Score: Boise State 90, Southern Utah 69
Staff Consensus pick: Boise State
Line: Boise State -22
Staff picks: 8-0

Boise State used the three-bomb to easily take care of Southern Utah by converting 12 of 27, and overall they shot 57 percent from the field. Leading the way for the Broncos was Justinian Jessup who came off the bench to score 22 points on 6 of 8 from three-point range. Chandler Hutcinson was only played a limited amount of time and scored seven points on 2 of 3 shooting.

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Texas State at Air Force (4 p.m. ET, TV: ESPN3)

Final Score: Air Force 65, Texas State 57
Staff Consensus pick: Air Force
Line: Air Force -3
Staff picks: 8-0

Air Force is not going to get a lot of wins and this was technically an upset in accordance to KenPom rankings where Texas State was 210 and Air Force is 222. The difference in this game was that the Falcons made a three more shots from beyond the arc and were led by Pervis Louder and Trevor Lyons who combined for 26 points.

San Diego at San José State (5 p.m. ET, TV: MWN)

Final score: San Diego 81, San Jose State 64
Staff Consensus pick: San Diego
Line: San Diego -2
Staff picks: 5-3

San Jose State paid for San Diego to travel North to the Bay Area and a loss was not to be in the cards, but things changed dramatically since the game was scheduled to being played. The Spartans were cold on offense and not very good on defense as San Jose State completed just 38 percent of its shots while San Diego was 57 percent from the field.

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