Ivan Maisel and Pat Forde share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the Mountain West.
Take a look at what questions were answered this spring in the MWC and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Air Force 42, New Mexico 24
Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2005 college football season, exclusively on Insider.
A look at what questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Our college football experts share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the Mountain West Conference.
The Utes gave the Mountain West a national presence, a reason to be proud and about $1 million per school.
It seemed just last month that Gary Crowton might be coaching out the string at Brigham Young.
Air Force quarterback Shaun Carney helped the Falcons overcome an embarrassing special-teams debacle and hold onto a 28-23 victory over New Mexico.
The Utah defense plays old-time football. It's not flashy, just good -- real good.
Despite the announcement of John Robinson's resignation at the year's end, UNLV wants to focus on the now.
Connecticut will light up Pittsburgh's defense, while New Mexico should give Utah a battle.
Utah's Alex Smith showed once again why he is mentioned as the most underrated player in the conference.
A team-by-team look back at the best of the worst of the Mountain West this year.
Urban Meyer's first-year turnaround will include an outright title, if he can get the Utes past rival BYU.
To remain a player in the Mountain West race, Air Force and New Mexico will stay grounded.