Top 5 Mountain West Football Power Ranking

Top 5 Mountain West Football Power Ranking

Top 5 Mountain West Football Power Ranking


1. Nevada Wolf Pack (Last Rank – 5)

The Nevada Wolf was able to register a 3-1, 1-0 record having picked up their first win on the blue turf in 24 years following an impressive 41-31 win at Boise State. The Wolf Pack, who was named the preseason West Division favorites, began on a strong note to the opening of the conference race. However, their strong start will be put into question when they face New Mexico State on Saturday at the MacKay Stadium in Reno.

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2. San Diego State Aztecs (Last rank – 4)

 The San Diego Aztecs, who is ranked 25th with a 4-0, 0-0 record made The Associated Press top-25 poll in their bye week. They are also among the 17 teams that remain undefeated in the FBS having claimed another win this week, and online casino Australia is keeping a close eye on the team.

3. Wyoming Cowboys (Last rank -3)

 The Wyoming Cowboys with a 4-0, 0-0 record were also coming off a bye week and they intend to stay unbeaten. The Cowboys, however, will be the underdog for the first time this season in the Mountain West Conference opener having successfully mounting three comeback wins in four non-conference games. They will be going up against the Air Force on Saturday at the Falcon Stadium at Air Force Academy, Colo.

4. Air Force Falcons (Last Rank – 7)

 The Air Force Falcons, who has a record of 4-1, 1-1, were able to claim a swift and comfortable victory at New Mexico last week as Rocky Long’s defense seemed to have lots of holes in it. The Pokes will have to show more resistance if they wish to go against the Falcons. The Air Force Falcons will be preparing for their game against Wyoming on Saturday at the Falcon Stadium at Air Force Academy.

5. Fresno State Bulldogs (Last rank – 1)

 The Fresno State Bulldogs with a 4-2, 1-1 record couldn’t get the best start they wanted as they struggles to defeat UNLV before getting upset at Hawaii to drop out of the AP top 25 according to stats available  . This is not what many were expecting from the team that was close to defeating Oregon at Austen Stadium and upset UCLA at the Rose Bowl. 

6. Boise State Broncos (Last rank – 2)

With a 2-3, 1-1 record, the Boise State Broncos are able to average 2.1 yards per rushing attempt and 74.4 rushing yards per game so far gone this season. Their offensive line has allowed 13 sacks which equally mean 100 yards lost. They will be facing BYU on Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah.


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