UNLV vs San Jose State Prediction, Game Preview

UNLV vs San Jose State game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 6 game on Friday, October 7

UNLV vs San Jose State prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 6, Friday, October 7


UNLV vs San Jose State How To Watch

Date: Friday, October 7
Game Time: 10:30 ET
Venue: CEFCU Stadium, San Jose, CA
How To Watch: CBS Sports Network
Record: UNLV (4-1), San Jose State (3-1)
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UNLV vs San Jose State Game Preview

Why UNLV Will Win

What happened? How did UNLV all of a sudden go from a perennial speed bump to a player in the Mountain West?

It helps that the league has crashed, but the team is taking advantage of its opportunities. Start with this – it’s not screwing up.

The penalties are there, but they’re not a killer, and the turnovers were non-existent until the two last week against New Mexico that kept the 31-20 win clear than it needed to be.

It’s not an overstatement to say this might be the best the UNLV defense has played in at least ten years, the offense is balanced enough to be versatile, and again, turnover margin. The Rebels are second in the nation in that.

But …

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Why San Jose State Will Win

San Jose State is even better.

It’s not better in turnover margin, but it only gave up the ball up twice so far, and outside of a blowout win over Western Michigan, it’s even better at avoiding tons of flags.

The Spartans have stepped up the offense since the close loss at Auburn, but it’s the defensive side that’s getting it done. UNLV will be able to run on this group, but the pass defense has been stifling even though the pass rush hasn’t been anything special.

Yes, UNLV leads the Mountain West in scoring offense and is second behind Air Force in total offense, but …

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What’s Going To Happen

Utah State and New Mexico. Those are UNLV’s two Mountain West wins – that’s no big deal this year.

It played well in a loss to Cal, and the O worked against a solid North Texas team, but San Jose State went on the road and took out Wyoming, blew out Western Michigan, and hung with Auburn for four quarters.

San Jose State doesn’t have the offense the Rebels do, but it should be able to run the ball just enough to keep them from owning the time of possession battle.

It’ll be a close, fun Friday night game with the defense beating the offense.

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UNLV vs San Jose State Prediction, Line

San Jose State 27, UNLV 23
Line: San Jose State -7, o/u: 52.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
UNLV vs San Jose State Must See Rating (out of 5): 3
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Is Marcus Arroyo The Frontrunner For Mountain West Coach of the Year?

A discussion on Marcus Arroyo’s MW COTY campaign.

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UNLV has emerged as one of the top Mountain West teams


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In five games, Marcus Arroyo has UNLV in a position to compete for a Mountain West Championship in 2022. If UNLV stays on the right path for the rest of the season, he could be in line to win the 2022 Mountain West Coach of the Year award.

Not many people expected the Rebels to be a conference contender in 2022. He outperformed expectations in the early part of the season and put his team at the top of the Mountain West.

In the most recent game, UNLV erased a 17-0 deficit and defeated New Mexico 31-20. That game showed UNLV’s resilience and ability to fight back.

UNLV is tied with Boise State for the most wins in the Mountain West in the season. With a 4-1 overall record and a 2-0 Mountain West record, UNLV sits atop the West Division.

The program already doubled its win total from last season. With two wins in the Mountain West, UNLV has the same number of wins in conference play from last year. The Rebels finished the 2021 season with a 2-10 record. The 2021 season began with an 0-8 start.

This season is off to a much better start and the Rebels are poised to have the program’s first winning season since 2013. The Rebels went 7-6 in 2013 and have not won more than five games in a single season since then.

Doug Brumfield has seemed to be the answer at quarterback. In the past, the quarterback position was a problem, but Brumfield has been a consistent presence for the team.

The upcoming schedule will dictate how the season ultimately plays out for UNLV, but regardless of the end result, the start of the season is an accomplishment for Arroyo and his program. The next five games for UNLV are against San Jose State, Air Force, Notre Dame, San Diego State, and Fresno State. San Jose State has been the only future opponent without a really bad loss in 2022. Air Force, Notre Dame, San Diego State, and Fresno State all stumbled at some point since the start of the season.

UNLV could have trouble in the next three games against San Jose State, Air Force, and Notre Dame. On the other side, the games against San Diego State and Fresno State are looking like winnable games for the Rebels with recent struggles from the two teams. The conference is up for grabs and UNLV can catch the college football world by surprise with a deep run in the second half of the season. Having a great start to the season turned out to be a great cushion for the rest of the way.

If Arroyo can lead the Rebels to a bowl game, he should be in the conversation for the Mountain West Coach of the Year. He is looking to join John Robinson as the only other UNLV head coach to win the award.

UNLV vs New Mexico Prediction, Game Preview

UNLV vs New Mexico game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 5 game on Friday, September 30

UNLV vs New Mexico prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 5, Friday, September 30


UNLV vs New Mexico How To Watch

Date: Friday, September 30
Game Time: 11:00 pm ET
Venue: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV
How To Watch: CBS Sports Network
Record: UNLV (3-1), New Mexico (2-2)
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UNLV vs New Mexico Game Preview

Why New Mexico Will Win

Start with this – the Lobos are scoring a bit.

They couldn’t do it in the loss to LSU last week, but compared to last year when there was no offense at all as the season went on, at least the attack put up some points over the first three games including a 27-10 win over a UTEP team that stunned Boise State.

The big mistakes aren’t there with just four turnovers on the year – oddly enough, they came in the two wins and there weren’t any giveaways in the two loss – and the defensive front is just disruptive enough to matter.

There’s a pass rush, and it’s going to be a pain against a UNLV offensive line that allows way too many plays in the backfield.

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Why UNLV Will Win

The Rebels are playing really, really well.

New Mexico might not be screwing up, but UNLV is really limiting the mistakes with just one lonely interception against Cal as the only turnover so far.

There’s a steady passing game with QB Doug Brumfield doing a nice job of keeping the O moving – he’s taking the throws that are there – and the running game is working just enough to carry its share of the weight. It might not be consistent, but it’s not bad.

The offense has been a pleasant surprise, and the defense has been a total stunner.

The run defense leads the Mountain West, it’s allowing under three yards per carry, and …

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What’s Going To Happen

Oh yeah, and that improved New Mexico offense … it’s the second-worst in American in yards per game.

The Lobos aren’t going to be able to run a lick, but the defense will do just enough to keep the somewhat balanced Rebel attack from going off.

Brumfield won’t light up the New Mexico secondary, but he’ll be good enough. Just a few scoring drives in the first half will get this done.

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UNLV vs New Mexico Prediction, Line

UNLV 31, New Mexico 17
Line: UNLV -14.5, o/u: 43
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
UNLV vs New Mexico Must See Rating (out of 5): 2

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ESPN FPI projects remainder of Notre Dame football season

Eight games to go and the Irish are 2-2. How do they finish this fall?

Notre Dame is still just 2-2 on the 2022 season after their dominating performance at North Carolina this weekend but with eight games still to go there is plenty to play for even if the College Football Playoff and New Year’s Six are off the table.

Is Notre Dame certain to go bowling at all this year?  How likely are they to win eight or more games?  Both seem a lot more likely following the 45-32 victory in Chapel Hill that can simply be described as better.

I’m in a love-hate relationship with ESPN’s FPI.  I say it almost weekly but it’s true.  It takes emotion out of it’s rankings and uses all mathematical formulas to rank all FBS teams 1-131 weekly.  However, it seems to lack when it comes to teams that manage to regularly find ways to lose or sneak out wins.

UNLV vs Utah State Prediction, Game Preview

UNLV vs Utah State game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 4 game on Saturday, September 24

UNLV vs Utah State prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 4, Saturday, September 24


UNLV vs Utah State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, September 24
Game Time: 7:00 ET
Venue: Maverick Stadium, Logan, UT
How To Watch: CBS Sports Network
Record: UNLV (2-1), Utah State (1-2)
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UNLV vs Utah State Game Preview

Why UNLV Will Win

Is UNLV … good?

It pushed Cal way too hard, and then it ripped up North Texas 58-27 with a great day from the ground game to put the dream of a bowl game on the table.

All of a sudden, the Rebel pass rush is great, there aren’t the big mistakes there’ve been in the past – just one turnover so far – and the defensive front is holding up just fine.

Utah State can’t keep the chains moving, the passing game isn’t doing enough, and it can’t close out drives with points scoring just 43% of the time in the red zone.

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Why Utah State Will Win

The Aggies are having a slew of issues, but the line is coming up with plenty of tackles for loss and they’re not having too many problems with turnovers – the D is keeping things neutral.

UNLV might not be screwing up, but there are a few too many penalty yards – it’s getting hit with the big kind for lots of yards per flag – and defensively it has to hold up against the pass a bit more.

North Texas and Cal were each able to throw well – Cal connected on the midrange throws and UNT bombed away – and Utah State could use the help.

The Aggies threw against UConn in the season opening win, forget about the Alabama game, and nothing worked in the loss to Weber State.

With two weeks off, there’s been time to work out the kinks.

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What’s Going To Happen

Utah State will be better offensively than it’s been ver the last few games, but the defense won’t be able to help the cause.

The run defense will give up over 200 yards, UNLV will do a good job of limiting the mistakes, and one of the rising stories in college football will continue.

The Rebel defensive front will be good enough when it has to.

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UNLV vs Utah State Prediction, Line

UNLV 34, Utah State 30
Line: UNLV -3, o/u: 62
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
UNLV vs Utah State Must See Rating (out of 5): 2

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The day after: Lasting thoughts on Notre Dame’s win over Cal

What are you still thinking about after the Irish’s first win this season?

First, off, I want to apologize for the lateness of this post. Kinda had an important event, my sister got married. We know all good college football fans wouldn’t ever think of doing having a fall wedding, and my sister isn’t the biggest sports fan at all.

Anyways, even though the Irish got their first win of 2022, there are plenty of thoughts that have gone through my mind over the last day and here they are.

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North Texas vs UNLV Prediction, Game Preview

North Texas vs UNLV game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 3 game on Saturday, September 17

North Texas vs UNLV prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 3, Saturday, September 17


North Texas vs UNLV How To Watch

Date: Saturday, September 17
Game Time: 3:00 ET
Venue: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV
How To Watch: Mountain West Network
Record: North Texas (2-1), UNLV (1-1)
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North Texas vs UNLV Game Preview

Why North Texas Will Win

The Mean Green offense is working.

The passing game has been consistent, the running game is ripping it up, and overall the team is averaging 476 yards per game behind a line that’s been great at giving everyone time.

UNLV doesn’t have the offensive pop to keep up.

The passing game was great against Idaho State, but it’s not keeping the chains moving, penalty yards have been a problem, and unlike North Texas, the offensive line is having a big problem in pass protection.

However …

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Why UNLV Will Win

Here comes the UNLV pass rush.

North Texas might be doing a nice job so far, but it’s about to get pressed and pressured against a Rebel defensive front that generated nine sacks in the first two games – mostly against Idaho State.

The defense has played well. It’s only allowing 1.9 yards per carry – the sacks are helping the stats – and at home it’s up to the offense to start cranking it up. the Cal defense was able to keep the Rebels under wraps, in the 20-14 Bear win, but Doug Brumfield went off against Idaho State, and now …

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What’s Going To Happen

This should be a fun shootout.

UNLV will find the overall pop to keep up, North Texas will be balanced, and these two will trade shots and big plays all game long.

The home side will get the one extra defensive stop needed to pull this off, but it’ll come after a whole slew of twists and turns.

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North Texas vs UNLV Prediction, Line

UNLV 38, North Texas 34
Line: UNLV -2.5, o/u: 63.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
North Texas vs UNLV Must See Rating (out of 5): 3

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Cal vs UNLV Prediction, Game Preview

Cal vs UNLV game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 2 game on Saturday, September 10

Cal vs UNLV prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 2, Saturday, September 10


Cal vs UNLV How To Watch

Date: Saturday, September 10
Game Time: 4:00 ET
Venue: Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, CA
How To Watch: Pac-12 Now
Record: Cal (1-0), UNLV (1-0)
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Cal vs UNLV Game Preview

Why UNLV Will Win

Did the Rebels turn a corner?

It might have only been against Idaho State, but the offense was outstanding, the passing game unstoppable, and the team showed off playmakers.

The Cal defense is a whole lot better than the one the Bengals brought to Vegas, but Doug Brumfield hit 21-of-25 passes, he found the deep plays, and now he has to test it out and keep firing.

Cal was just okay on the ground in the 34-13 win over UC Davis, the offense wasn’t all that sharp – it was down early, and …

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Why Cal Will Win

The Bears might not pretty, but they’re going to be effective this season.

Purdue transfer Jack Plummer started out strong against the Aggies, the defense didn’t exactly unleash all it can do – and it was still fine – and UNLV is about to deal with a whole other level of D.

The UC Davis running game worked, but the Rebel offensive line will have a hard time finding room to move, the Bear offense should be able to control the clock for stretches, and Plummer will start pushing the ball downfield a bit more.

That was a timing game. Cal played like a team that needed the warm up, and now …

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What’s Going To Happen

Can UNLV really rise up and maintain the same level it showed against Idaho State? No, but it’s a far better team than the 2020 version and won’t be an easy pushover for the Bears.

There’s not going to be anything flashy about Cal, but its style has to work.

It has to get the ground game going a little better than it did against UC Davis, Plummer has to avoid mistakes, and the D has to raise its game a few notches.

All of those things will happen.

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Cal vs UNLV Prediction, Line

Cal 34, UNLV 17
Line: UNLV -12.5, o/u: 49.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3
Cal vs UNLV Must See Rating (out of 5): 2

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Overreactions to Week 0 Mountain West performances

Overreacting to Week 0 Mountain West performances.

Week 1 is in full swing


Overreacting to Week 0 performances


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Week 1 will bring more answers

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“UNLV might be pretty good this year” Or Idaho St. might be really, really bad this year. The Bengals were picked 11th (of 12) in the Big Sky preseason poll and let UNLV hit big play after big play—including 35 points in the second quarter. While the Rebels may be improved this year, it’s tough to gather too much playing against a team with 51 (!) new players on the roster. Frankly, it’s a little concerning that they allowed Idaho St. to get three scores, one of which came when the game was still competitive. Let us remember 2015, when the Rebels walloped ISU in a 80-8 rout. UNLV’s record that year? 3-9. Still, Doug Brumfield looked great and the recruiting efforts from Marcus Arroyo are starting to bear some fruit. The true test for the Rebels will come in a week when they travel to Berkeley for a tilt with Cal.

“Timmy Chang might be in over his head”  Hawaii’s performance vs. Vanderbilt was rough, there’s no way around that one. Is it time to declare that Chang can’t succeed as a head coach? Absolutely not. As was pointed out on Twitter, June Jones’ first game at UH was a 62-7 loss to a 6-6 USC team in 1999.

It will take Chang—who had no previous head coaching experience—some time to figure it out. The Rainbow Warriors will get a much easier test this week vs. Western Kentucky, who at times struggled with FCS Austin Peay in Week 0.

“Utah St. is headed for a down year after struggling to put away UCONN”  Despite winning 31-20 last Saturday, Utah St.’s performance was a little head scratching—or was it? UCONN has been absolutely horrific the last few years but the hiring of Jim Mora has clearly brought new life to the program. This is obviously not the same UCONN team that was clowned by Holy Cross last year and while Utah St.’s run defense (or lack thereof) was concerning, it may not look all that bad after a few more weeks of play. Now, the Aggies get a chance at a moral victory vs. Alabama this week (as 42 point underdogs, covering the game will count as a moral victory at this point). It’s not quite time to pull the panic button in Logan yet.

“Nevada didn’t miss a beat after losing Norvell and the majority of last year’s roster”  Nevada beat New Mexico St. 23-12 in Week 0 when a lot of pundits had the Wolfpack on upset alert. They won, yes, but they did it in the least impressive way possible as the Aggies missed field goals, threw multiple interceptions on the Nevada side of the field and gave away a fumble. Say what you will about NMSU’s performance but Nevada’s was equally concerning (ok, maybe not equally). Given the stat line, Nevada should have rolled the Aggies but somehow the game felt somewhat in doubt during the second half. The 11 point win is deceiving and the Wolfpack are on upset alert this week, this time at home vs. Texas St. A strong performance vs. the Bobcats will actually bring renewed optimism to Nevada’s “rebuild,” but considering the spread has gone from Texas St. +8 to Texas St. +1, most aren’t “buying” Nevada’s Week 0 performance.

“Wyoming didn’t look that bad, maybe Illinois will be one of the better teams in the Big Ten”  Is this the beginning of the end for the Craig Bohl era at Wyoming? The Cowboys looked horrific vs. Illinois. Andrew Peasley, Wyoming’s QB, threw for a total of  30 yards (and a pick). The defense wasn’t much better. It was expected to be a down year for the Cowboys after losing most of their key pieces to the transfer portal but I don’t think anyone expected this. Who knows, maybe Illinois will be the surprise team in the Big Ten this year and Wyoming will be “friskier” as the new faces start to gel but that’s the best case scenario. The far more likely scenario is that Illinois is a bottom half Big Ten team and Wyoming is one of the worst FBS teams in the country this year. Bohl’s seat is warming by the minute.


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Mountain West Preseason Predictions For Every Game: Preview 2022

Mountain West predictions for every team and every game in the 2022 college football season

With all the chatter in the college football world about expansion and realignment – the Mountain West is deep in the rumor mix with a whole lot of possibilities – there’s still a 2022 season to play. How should it all shape up in the Mountain West?

Beyond just seeing if the Pac-12 and Big 12 are interested, there’s one huge change – the divisions are gone.

The conference has several strong teams, and the two best will play for the championship.

It’s a free for all among the teams to get into the top spots, but the schedules stay intact. There’s a slight imbalance with the stronger teams in what used to be in the West Division facing each other, but they would’ve had to do that anyway.

How should the season go and where is everyone projected to finish? Here are the preseason predictions for all the Mountain West teams.

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2022 Mountain West Preseason Predictions

1. Boise State
T2. Fresno State*
T2. San Diego State
T4. Air Force
T4. Utah State
T6. Colorado State
T6. Wyoming
T8. Hawaii
T8. Nevada
T8. San Jose State
11. UNLV
12. New Mexico
*Fresno State predicted to beat San Diego State in their head-to-head matchup.

Air Force Falcons

2022 Preseason Prediction: 7-5
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 5-3
2021: 10-3, Prediction: 7-5
2020: 3-3, 2019: 11-2, 2018: 5-7

Sept 3 Northern Iowa W
Sept 10 Colorado  L
Sept 17 at Wyoming  L
Sept 24 Nevada W
Oct 1 Navy W
Oct 8 at Utah State  L
Oct 15 at UNLV W
Oct 22 Boise State W
Oct 29 OPEN DATE
Nov 5 vs Army (in Arlington, TX)  L
Nov 12 New Mexico W
Nov 19 Colorado State W
Nov 26 at San Diego State  L
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Boise State Broncos

2022 Preseason Prediction: 10-2
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 7-1
2021: 7-5, Prediction: 8-4
2020: 5-2, 2019: 12-2, 2018: 10-3

Sept 3 at Oregon State  L
Sept 10 at New Mexico W
Sept 17 UT Martin W
Sept 24 at UTEP W
Oct 1 San Diego State W
Oct 8 Fresno State W
Oct 15 OPEN DATE
Oct 22 at Air Force  L
Oct 29 Colorado State W
Nov 5 BYU W
Nov 12 at Nevada W
Nov 19 at Wyoming W
Nov 26 Utah State W
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Colorado State Rams

2022 Preseason Prediction: 6-6
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 4-4
2021: 3-9, Prediction: 5-7
2020: 1-3, 2019: 4-8, 2018: 3-9

Sept 3 at Michigan  L
Sept 10 Middle Tennessee W
Sept 17 at Washington State  L
Sept 24 Sacramento State W
Oct 1 OPEN DATE
Oct 8 at Nevada  L
Oct 15 Utah State W
Oct 22 Hawaii W
Oct 29 at Boise State  L
Nov 5 at San Jose State  L
Nov 12 Wyoming W
Nov 19 at Air Force  L
Nov 26 New Mexico W
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Fresno State Bulldogs

2022 Preseason Prediction: 9-3
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 6-2
2021: 10-3, Prediction: 6-6
2020: 3-3, 2019: 4-8, 2018: 12-2

Sept 3 Cal Poly W
Sept 10 Oregon State W
Sept 17 at USC  L
Sept 24 OPEN DATE
Oct 1 at UConn W
Oct 8 at Boise State  L
Oct 15 San Jose State W
Oct 22 at New Mexico W
Oct 29 San Diego State W
Nov 5 Hawaii W
Nov 12 at UNLV W
Nov 19 at Nevada  L
Nov 26 Wyoming W
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Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors

2022 Preseason Prediction: 6-7
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 3-5
2021: 6-7, Prediction: 7-6
2020: 5-4, 2019: 10-5, 2018: 8-6

Aug 27 Vanderbilt  L
Sept 3 WKU W
Sept 10 at Michigan  L
Sept 17 Duquesne W
Sept 24 at New Mexico State W
Oct 1 OPEN DATE
Oct 8 at San Diego State  L
Oct 15 Nevada W
Oct 22 at Colorado State  L
Oct 29 Wyoming W
Nov 5 at Fresno State  L
Nov 12 Utah State  L
Nov 19 UNLV W
Nov 26 at San Jose State  L
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Nevada Wolf Pack

2022 Preseason Prediction: 6-6
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 3-5
2021: 8-5, Prediction: 8-4
2020: 7-2, 2019: 7-6, 2018: 8-5

Aug 27 at New Mexico State W
Sept 3 Texas State W
Sept 10 Incarnate Word W
Sept 17 at Iowa  L
Sept 24 at Air Force  L
Oct 1 OPEN DATE
Oct 8 Colorado State W
Oct 15 at Hawaii  L
Oct 22 San Diego State  L
Oct 29 at San Jose State W
Nov 5 OPEN DATE
Nov 12 Boise State  L
Nov 19 Fresno State W
Nov 26 at UNLV  L
Nevada 2022 Preview
Nevada 10 Best Players
Nevada Schedule

New Mexico Lobos

2022 Preseason Prediction: 3-9
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 0-8
2021: 3-9, Prediction: 5-7
2020: 2-5, 2019: 2-10, 2018: 3-9

Sept 3 Maine W
Sept 10 Boise State  L
Sept 17 UTEP W
Sept 24 at LSU  L
Oct 1 at UNLV  L
Oct 8 Wyoming  L
Oct 15 at New Mexico State W
Oct 22 Fresno State  L
Oct 29 OPEN DATE
Nov 5 at Utah State  L
Nov 12 at Air Force  L
Nov 19 San Diego State  L
Nov 26 at Colorado State  L
New Mexico 2022 Preview
New Mexico 10 Best Players
New Mexico Schedule 

San Diego State Aztecs

2022 Preseason Prediction: 9-3
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 6-2
2021: 12-2, Prediction: 8-4
2020: 4-4, 2019: 10-3, 2018: 7-6

Sept 3 Arizona W
Sept 10 Idaho State W
Sept 17 at Utah  L
Sept 24 Toledo W
Oct 1 at Boise State  L
Oct 8 Hawaii W
Oct 15 OPEN DATE
Oct 22 at Nevada W
Oct 29 at Fresno State  L
Nov 5 UNLV W
Nov 12 San Jose State W
Nov 19 at New Mexico W
Nov 26 Air Force W
San Diego State 2022 Preview
San Diego State 10 Best Players
San Diego State Schedule

San Jose State Spartans

2022 Preseason Prediction: 6-6
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 3-5
2021: 5-7, Prediction: 9-3
2020: 7-1, 2019: 5-7, 2018: 1-11

Sept 3 Portland State W
Sept 10 at Auburn  L
Sept 17 OPEN DATE
Sept 24 Western Michigan W
Oct 1 at Wyoming  L
Oct 8 UNLV W
Oct 15 at Fresno State  L
Oct 22 at New Mexico State W
Oct 29 Nevada  L
Nov 5 Colorado State W
Nov 12 at San Diego State  L
Nov 19 at Utah State  L
Nov 26 Hawaii W
San Jose State 2022 Preview
San Jose State 10 Best Players
San Jose State Schedule

UNLV Rebels

2022 Preseason Prediction: 4-8
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 2-6
2021: 2-10, Prediction: 3-9
2020: 0-6, 2019: 4-8, 2018: 4-8

Sept 3 Idaho State W
Sept 10 at Cal  L
Sept 17 North Texas W
Sept 24 at Utah State  L
Oct 1 New Mexico W
Oct 8 at San Jose State  L
Oct 15 Air Force  L
Oct 22 at Notre Dame  L
Oct 29 OPEN DATE
Nov 5 at San Diego State  L
Nov 12 Fresno State  L
Nov 19 at Hawaii  L
Nov 26 Nevada W
UNLV 2022 Preview
UNLV 10 Best Players
UNLV Schedule

Utah State Aggies

2022 Preseason Prediction: 7-5
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 5-3
2021: 11-3, Prediction: 4-8
2020: 1-5, 2019: 7-6, 2018: 11-2

Aug 27 UConn W
Sept 3 at Alabama  L
Sept 10 Weber State W
Sept 17 OPEN DATE
Sept 24 UNLV W
Sept 30 at BYU  L
Oct 8 Air Force W
Oct 15 at Colorado State  L
Oct 22 at Wyoming  L
Oct 29 OPEN DATE
Nov 5 New Mexico W
Nov 12 at Hawaii W
Nov 19 San Jose State W
Nov 26 at Boise State  L
Utah State 2022 Preview
Utah State 10 Best Players
Utah State Schedule  

Wyoming Cowboys

2022 Preseason Prediction: 6-6
2022 Mountain West Prediction: 4-4
2021: 7-6, Prediction: 7-5
2020: 2-4, 2019: 8-5, 2018: 6-6

Aug 27 at Illinois  L
Sept 3 Tulsa W
Sept 10 Northern Colorado W
Sept 17 Air Force W
Sept 24 at BYU  L
Oct 1 San Jose State W
Oct 8 at New Mexico W
Oct 15 OPEN DATE
Oct 22 Utah State W
Oct 29 at Hawaii  L
Nov 5 OPEN DATE
Nov 12 at Colorado State  L
Nov 19 Boise State  L
Nov 26 at Fresno State  L
Wyoming 2022 Preview
Wyoming 10 Best Players
Wyoming Schedule

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