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Week 7: How to Watch, Who Will Win, and Game Thread (Part 2)

Game time.

Nevada v Hawaii Photo by Darryl Oumi/Getty Images

Mountain West Football is back for another week! Check out this week’s lineup.

Friday, December 4th

Boise State vs UNLV (7:30 PM MT) | Coverage: CBS Sports

Saturday, December 5th

Hawaii vs San Jose State (4:00 PM MT) | Coverage: (in Hawaii)

Colorado State vs San Diego State (5:00 PM MT) | Coverage: CBS Sports

Fresno State vs Nevada (7:00 PM MT) | Coverage: FS1

Wyoming vs New Mexico (8:30 PM MT) | Coverage: CBS Sports

Game Previews:

What to Watch For:

  • Bulldogs/Wolf Pack: How does Nevada bounce back from their first loss? Do they right the ship or continue their downward trend? Fresno State is the hottest team in the conference right now, will it keep up against a top team like Nevada?
  • Rainbow Warriors/Spartans: Hawaii was a giant slayer last week, can they keep that up this week? The Spartans are undefeated still but this is their biggest test so far.
  • Cowboys/Lobos: This should be a largely one-sided affair, and not for the Lobos. If they can keep it close, it will be a success. For Wyoming, it’s a good chance to develop the passing game.
  • Rams/Aztecs: It’s the CSU offense and the SDSU defense going at it. This could end up being a very low-scoring game.

Who Will Win:

Poll

Who will win?

This poll is closed

  • 40%
    Fresno State
    (2 votes)
  • 60%
    Nevada
    (3 votes)
5 votes total Vote Now

Poll

Who will win?

This poll is closed

  • 42%
    Hawaii
    (3 votes)
  • 57%
    San Jose State
    (4 votes)
7 votes total Vote Now

Poll

Who will win?

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  • 100%
    Wyoming
    (7 votes)
  • 0%
    New Mexico
    (0 votes)
7 votes total Vote Now

Poll

Who will win?

This poll is closed

  • 0%
    Colorado State
    (0 votes)
  • 100%
    San Diego State
    (9 votes)
9 votes total Vote Now

Join the discussion before, during, and after the games by sharing your thoughts on these questions and more in the comments below.