Week 12 Mountain West Football TV Schedule, Streaming, Scoreboard, Schedule

Week 12 Mountain West Football TV Schedule, Streaming, Scoreboard, Schedule

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Week 12 Mountain West Football TV Schedule, Streaming, Scoreboard, Schedule

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Fresno State at San Diego State

Friday, 9:30 p.m. ET, TV: ESPN2 | Get Tickets
Line: Pick’em | Staff Picks

Final Score: San Diego State 17, Fresno State 7

Recap:

For, San Diego State, Quarterback Ryan Agnew threw for a career-high 323 yards(32-47) and threw for one touchdown and one interception. Corner-back Luq Barcoo had two interceptions.  For Fresno State, Ronnie Rivers ran for 47 rushing yards on 15 carries for one Touchdown. Wide receiver Zane Pope had three receptions for 56 yards.

Hawaii at UNLV

4 p.m. ET, TV: Facebook | Get Tickets
Line: Hawaii -6.5 | Staff Picks

Final score: Hawaii 21, UNLV 7

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Wyoming at Utah State

4 p.m. ET, TV: ESPNU | Get Tickets
Line: Utah State -5 | Staff Picks

Final Score: Utah State 26, Wyoming 21

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Air Force at Colorado State

7 p.m. ET, TV: ESPN2 | Get Tickets
Line: Air Force -10 | Staff Picks

Final Score: Air Force 38, Colorado State 21

Recap: 

The Rams let Air Force hang around for too long. While an Air Force fumble on their opening drive led to a 63 yard scoop and score for linebacker Mohamed Kamara, the Rams were unable to capitalize on solid defensive performance early.

The insult to injury was the 99 yard pick six by Air Force defensive back Zane Lewis as O’Brien was trying to pull Colorado State within a score late in the fourth quarter.

After going up 14-0, the Rams were then outscored 38-7 and likely saw their slim bowl game chances disappear into the cold Fort Collins night.

New Mexico at Boise State

10:15 p.m. ET, TV: ESPN2 | Get Tickets
Line: Boise State -28 | Staff Picks

Final Score: Boise State 42, New Mexico 9

Recap:

On the Boise State front, this was a good game to try to get everything going right before playing traveling to take on Utah State and a rising Colorado State team. For New Mexico, this was a chance to just get back to some normalcy after tragedy struck the team a week ago.  The Broncos got off to a fast start with Chase Hatada striping the ball from New Mexico quarterback Tevaka Salanoa-Tuioti that was ran back by Sonatane Lui for a touchdown. Boise State followed that with three more in the first quarter to break out to a 28-0 lead. Issues with consistency arose in the second quarter when Jaylon Henderson, Boise State’s third starter at quarterback this season, struggled and threw an interception and fumbled on back to back drives. Once the Broncos scored two more times in the second half, preservation was the goal and most of the starters started to get phased out of the game.

Realizing it’s New Mexico’s defense, the Broncos moved the ball well with Henderson at quarterback, but there were some spots in the game where execution was lacking.  Henderson did well throwing for almost 300 yards and 3 touchdowns while having the 1 interception. Defensive lineman Sonatane Lui put on another great game recovering 2 fumbles, one of which he returned for a touchdown, while on offense Khalil Shakir caught and threw for a touchdown and tallied 100 total yards. 

It wasn’t all good though as STUD Curtis Weaver left the field late in the second half and was later seen in a boot.  Also, Hank Bachmeier and Chase Cord didn’t see any action and George Holani and Robert Mahone saw limited action. Mahone had a knee brace on and didn’t look to be healthy on the few carries he had and Holani didn’t appear to have an issue so it was likely due to the game getting out of reach of New Mexico quickly.

While it could have been cleaner, this was the kind of performance that the Broncos were looking for from the game.  This should help the offense build its confidence going into a tough final two games of the season.

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