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What We Learned From Week 7 Of Mountain West Football

Week 7 is in the books and TCU was the only team with a bye this week.

Air Force - The Falcons rushing game is not consistent even though they have senior a quarterback and running back. This was the third game of the year that the Falcons did not have a 100 yard rusher.

Boise State - What can be said, Boise State's offense was efficient with Doug Martin rushing for over 100 yards in the first quarter and 200 on the day with three touchdowns.

Colorado State - The Rams defense has been pretty good all year, but Boise State's offense is on a whole new level which very few teams can stop.

New Mexico - They are bad!

San Diego State - The Aztec offense came alive after two subpar performances and the passing and rushing game returned back to preseason expectations were.

UNLV - Running back Dionza Bradford was the only bright spot against Wyoming by rushing for 104 yards. Plus, it looks like there is no clear answer on who the quarterback will be.

Wyoming - 41 points is the most Wyoming has scored since their 45 against Texas State earlier this year. Also, it looks like the running back situation has dropped down to two players since Brandon Miller received only two carries.

Mountain West Conference Standings

(updated 10.16.2011 at 12:44 AM MDT)

Conf Overall
TCU Horned Frogs 2 0 4 2
Boise St. Broncos 1 0 6 0
Wyoming Cowboys 1 0 4 2
San Diego St. Aztecs 1 1 4 2
Colorado St. Rams 1 1 3 3
UNLV Rebels 0 1 1 5
New Mexico Lobos 0 1 0 6
Air Force Falcons 0 2 3 3


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