Conference play begins this week, but those are the late games tonight on the West coast, and then even further West out in Hawaii. Before that though there are some games of intrigue, beginning with Wyoming traveling to Idaho in attempt to win their first game of the year. However, Wyoming will be missing quarterback Brett Smith and wide receiver Robert Herron for the second straight game.
Utah State will be traveling to Colorado State, and if this game goes anything like last year's overtime game then we are in for a treat.
Then there is San Jose State at San Diego State, and I have no clue what to really make of this game. San Jose State is improved, and San Diego State is playing to their competition.
Fresno State at Tulsa will be a massive shootout, and very exciting. Air Force at UNLV is the one game I can just say meh.
Then the late night cap which is 4:30 p.m. HT and 10:30 p.m. ET is Nevada at Hawaii. The reason this is an intriguing game is that Nevada has not won on the islands in at least 50 years.
National relevant games after the jump.