Week 10 Mountain West Football: TV Schedule, Scoreboard, Highlights
Stay up to date on all of the games this week.
Week 10 is here!
We are in double-digit weeks here this week and this is the place to keep up to date with how to watch the games and also keep with the final results as well.
3:30 p.m. ET, TV: AT&T SportsNet | Get Tickets
Line: Colorado State -8.5 | Staff Picks
Final score: Colorado State 37, UNLV 17
Recap: (Josh) – The CSU Rams ran away with a 37-17 victory over the UNLV Rebels that wasn’t as close as the final score indicates. The Rebels got two touchdowns against the Rams second-string defense; with the only blemish against the first string defense being a field goal.
Anthony Hawkins got the Rams started early, as he returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. The Rams did most of their scoring on the ground with Marcus McElroy, Jaylen Thomas, and Christian Hunter all scoring a rushing touchdown.
Randal Grimes was the leading target for the Rebels, finishing with seven catches for 92 yards and a score. CSU was able to contain Charles Williams on the ground, but they didn’t stop him from becoming the eighth Rebel to rush for 2,000 career yards.
BYU at Utah State
Final Score: Nevada 21, New Mexico 10
Final Score: Boise State 52, San Jose State 42
Final Score: Fresno State 41, Hawaii 38
The last time Boise State took the field, they gave up 21 points in a quarter and were unable to overcome the deficit. San Jose State was able to get out to a 14 point lead and three different 10 point leads, but were unable to hold on and come away with their first win over Boise State in program history. The Bronco run game came on strong in the second half and was able to produce the points and the clock control that was needed to win. Spartan quarterback Josh Love threw for 438 yards, almost half of those to Tre Walker, and almost will San Jose State to what they were calling a program changing victory.
Boise State, without John Molchon and Robert Mahone on offense, was able to power their way through the Spartan defense on their way to the 10 point victory. George Holani had 22 carries for 102 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Andrew Van Buren found their way into the endzone as well. Hank Bachmeier had a rough return, taking a lot of contact and throwing an interception. He did come up big with some scrambles that got first downs, but the offensive line still struggled to keep him protected for as long as he holds the ball. While it was a rough start to the game, the Broncos were finally able to establish a game plan and came away with a 10 point road win over the best team San Jose State has fielded in a long time.