The Mountain West Conference has announced the balance of their 2014 football schedule. The 34 games announced will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network and the ESPN family of networks.
Last week, the conference announced 11 games that will be played on Friday nights.
Still to be announced are the kickoff times and specific network for 14 games designated for ESPN Networks. The MWC will also announce soon broadcasts by ROOT SPORTS and the Mountain West Network.
Listed below are the Mountain West TV games announced today (all times local):
Thursday, Aug. 28
North Dakota State at San Jose State – 7 p.m. PT, ESPN3
Saturday, Aug. 30
Nicholls State at Air Force – Noon MT, ESPN3
Washington at Hawaii – 2 p.m. HT, CBSSN
Northern Arizona at San Diego State – 4 p.m. PT, CBSSN
Washington at Hawaii – 4:30 p.m. HT – CBSSN
Saturday, Sept. 6
Arizona State at New Mexico – 5 p.m. MT, CBSSN
Colorado State at Boise State – 8:15 p.m. MT, ESPN2
Oregon State at Hawaii – 4:30 p.m. HT, CBSSN
Air Force at Wyoming – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Sept. 13
Wake Forest at Utah State – 5 p.m. MT, CBSSN
Nebraska at Fresno State – 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
Saturday, Sept. 20
UL Lafayette at Boise State – 8:30 p.m. MT, CBSSN
Saturday, Sept. 27
Boise State at Air Force – 5 p.m. MT, CBSSN
Nevada at San Jose State – 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
UNLV at San Diego State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Oct. 4
Navy at Air Force – 1:30 p.m. MT, CBSSN
Boise State at Nevada – 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
UNLV at San Jose State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Oct. 11
Colorado State at Nevada – 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
Air Force at Utah State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Oct. 18
Utah State at Colorado State, 5 p.m. MT, CBSSN
Hawai‘i at San Diego State, 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
San José State at Wyoming, TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Oct. 25
UNLV at Utah State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Nov. 1
Colorado State at San Jose State – 4 p.m. PT, CBSSN
San Diego State at Nevada – 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
Wyoming at Fresno State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Nov. 8
Boise State at New Mexico – 5 p.m. MT, CBSSN
San José State at Fresno State – 7:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
Hawai‘i at Colorado State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Nov. 15
San Diego State at Boise State – TBA, ESPN Networks
New Mexico at Utah State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Nov. 22
Boise State at Wyoming – TBA, ESPN Networks
Fresno State at Nevada – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Nov. 29
San José State at San Diego State – 12:30 p.m. PT, CBSSN
Utah State at Boise State – TBA, ESPN Networks
Nevada at UNLV – TBA, ESPN Networks
Saturday, Dec. 6
MWC Championship Game – TBA, CBS
I am sure the SJSU game against Minnesota will be on the Big Ten Network and the Auburn game will make it to the SEC Network….
According to SJSU’s press release, it certainly looks that way Jinzo:
“These six games bring San Jose State’s total of national network telecasts to eight with the expectation of more broadcast news to be announced in the future by the conference office and the Spartans’ non-conference opponents Auburn and Minnesota.”
It would be nice if San Jose St. fans would get off their butts and fill their little stadium. Is it asking too much for 30,000 to show up for a game out of the millions of people who live in the area? You cannot pretend to have a quality program when several Texas high schools have more fans at their games.
You are correct Phil,I do think we will do okay this year. Winning will fill seats and SJSU needs to win this year. Only one game is pretty much a guaranteed loss ( Auburn) but they should compete enough to win just every other game.
SJSU finished at #21 in the BCS rankings in 2012 and had a 11-2 record; yet, they still failed to even remotely fill the stadium. Most games had about 7K fans. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_San_Jose_State_Spartans_football_team
The highest home game attendance was just over 15K (barely half the capacity) against BYU…and I think half those fans, if not more, were BYU fans…and SJSU was 8-2 going into that game and receiving votes in the polls.
It’s sad. SJSU is in such a great market and has a 30K+ student body. If they could figure it out, they could be a candidate to raise their TV and recruiting value tremendously and make some noise.
The Roadrunners from UTSA are actually a legitimate contender to make some mid-major noise. They consistently get 25-30K attendance at the Alamodome. They had over 40K attendance last year against Oklahoma St. and 39K in 2012 in the Texas St. rivalry game.
They’ve finished 8-4 and 7-5 the past two seasons. If the Roadrunners start winning in San Antonio, I think you could really see their program improve.
I just don’t see that happening with SJSU, even with success.
San Jose State has no tradition. They’re one of those teams that is out there but a mid-major college team with little/no tradition or history stuck in a major metropolitan area just won’t draw.