2022 Mountain West All-Bowl Team

2022 Mountain West All-Bowl Team

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2022 Mountain West All-Bowl Team

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Best Performances Of Mountain West Bowl Season 2022


Have a look back at the best of bowl season


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The season is over…

The college football bowl season is over for the Mountain West, unfortunately. With the season in the books let’s go back and revisit the best of bowl season.

Best Game

Any time a game goes into overtime it is a good one. That is why the Arizona Bowl tops our list with Ohio topping Wyoming, 20-27. The Cowboys defense did a good job of holding the Bobcats to multiple field goals, but the Wyoming offense was unable to get things done on the field.

It did not help Wyoming as they were done to very green running backs but a lot of credit needs to go to  Jordon Vaughn who had a good outing with 67 yards and two scores.

The Frisco Bowl was a close second. That game saw Boise State edge out North Texas 35-32, and a third quarter saw both teams combine for 36 points.

Best Performance

Jordan Mims, Fresno State, RB: 209 rushing yards, two rushing TD’s, and two catches for 27 yards.

This was far and away the best performance in bowl season. There was no extremely monster defensive performance and there are a few other offensive stars (we will get to below) but some of those had miscues from quarterbacks with turning the ball over far too often.

It also helps to get the win to have the best performance.

Offensive MVP

Jordan Mims, Fresno State, RB: 209 rushing yards, two rushing TD’s, and two catches for 27 yards.

Others to consider are in no order below:

  • Boise State QB, Taylen Green: 13/22 for 137 yards and one TD. 119 rushing yards and two TD’s.
  • Fresno State QB, Jake Haener: 24/36 for 280 yards and two TD’s.
  • San Jose State QB, Chevan Cordeiro: 26/44 for 366 yards, three TD’s, and two interceptions. Fifty rushing yards and one touchdown.
  • San Jose State WR, Isaiah Hamilton: Five catches for 137 yards and a touchdown.
  • Boise State RB, Ashton Jeanty: 178 yards and two touchdowns
  • Jalen Mayden QB, San Diego State: 19/43 for 309 yards, two touchdowns, three interceptions, and 26 rushing yards.

Defensive MVP

Keshawn Banks, San Diego State, DL: seven tackles, four TFL’s, and two sacks.

Banks had the most tackles for a loss and sacks during bowl season. He was all over the backfield and was a key reason the Aztecs were able to stick around and keep their game against Middle Tennessee State a close loss.

All-Bowl Team

OFFENSE

QB – Chevan Cordeiro, San Jose State
RB – Jordan Mims, Fresno State
RB – Ashton Jeanty, Boise State
TE – Treyton Welch, Wyoming
WR – Isaiah Hamilton, San Jose State
WR – Jessee Matthews, San Diego State
LT – Everett Smalley, Air Force
LG – Ethan Jackman, Air Force
C – Thor Paglialong, Air Force
RG – Tyler Ostrom, San Jose State
RT – Emmanuel Pregnon, Wyoming

DEFENSE

DL – Keshawn Banks, San Diego State
DL – Viliami Fehoko, San Jose State
DL – Daniel Okpoko, San Diego State
DL – Divine Obichere, Boise State
LB – Kyle Harmon, San Jose State
LB – Jordan Pollard, San Jose State
LB – Levelle Bailey, Fresno State
LB – Alec Mock, Air Force
CB – Jaylen Clark, Boise State
CB – Seyi Oladipo, Boise State
S – Rodney Robinson, Boise State
S – Cedarious Barfield, San Diego State


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