This would mimic the Las Vegas bubble idea with just two games but these would be on-campus matchups. If we are very optimistic then maybe there could be fans in the stands.
This way could also have some sort of staggered start so that games can be spread out with warmer home games in February and then have games when it gets a bit more bearable in March and April to finish up this season.
These are not perfect as some teams have three rivalries, some have one and according to Wikipedia — the truth-teller of them all — New Mexico has no Mountain West rivalries.
Air Force: Colorado State, Utah State
Boise State: Fresno State, Nevada
Colorado State: Air Force, Wyoming
Fresno State: Boise State, San Diego State
Hawaii: New Mexico, San Jose State
New Mexico: UNLV, Hawaii
Nevada: UNLV, Boise State
UNLV: Nevada, New Mexico
San Diego State: Fresno State, San Jose State
San Jose State: San Diego State, Hawaii
Utah State: Air Force, Wyoming
Wyoming: Utah State, Colorado State
— Mountain West Wire (@MWCwire) August 14, 2020