2010 Mountain West football schedules posted

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2010 Mountain West football schedules were released Monday and have been posted. The season begins on Thursday, September 2 when the Utah Utes host the Pittsburgh Panthers of the Big East Conference.

Some of the prominent non-conference games include Air Force at Oklahoma, BYU at Florida State, Colorado State vs. Colorado (at Denver, CO), New Mexico at Oregon, San Diego State at Missouri, TCU vs. Oregon State (at Arlington, TX), UNLV at West Virginia, Utah at Notre Dame and Wyoming at Texas.

Listed below are direct links to the 2010 Mountain West football schedules:

Comments (5)

Wyoming plays 3 schools that were in BCS games last year (TX, Boise, TCU) plus 3 other bowl teams (AF, BYU and Utah). I’ve got to think their schedule is among the toughest in D1 football

Five of those teams finished 2009 in the Top 25. It will likely be ranked as one of the toughest schedules (Top 5?) if the lesser MWC games don’t bring it down.

I think they can still make a bowl. They could easily win their last four games to get to six.
Anyways, here are my predictions:
Utah 8-0. 12-0
TCU 7-1. 11-1
BYU 6-2. 8-4
A. Force 5-3 7-5
Wyoming 4-4 6-6
SDSU. 3-5. 6-6
UNLV. 2-6. 3-10
Colo St. 1-7 1-11
UNM. 0-8. 1-11

Also, UNLV has a hard non-conference schedule w/ WVU, Wisconsin, Idaho, and Nevada. Their only non-confrence win would be over Hawaii. Utah will beat Pitt, and if they do, they have home games against TCU, BYU, and as I mentioned before, Pitt.

Yeah. Three teams total don’t have byes in the MWC: Wyoming, Colorado St., and Air Force.