Two years into a four-year evaluation period, the Mountain West Conference is halfway home to securing an automatic BCS bid.
Notre Dame has had little, if anything to gripe about regarding its position with the BCS. And recent developments have improved the outlook for non-BCS conferences as well, writes Adam Rittenberg.
The Mountain West Conference will utilize instant replay for the 2005 football season, subject to formal approval by the NCAA on February 24.
John Robinson should be recognized as the man who rescued a horrible UNLV program.
For Wyoming to continue its progress and make 2004 memorable, something exciting has to happen away from home.
Utah could be the team that finally busts the BCS, but Urban Meyer isn't worrying about all that -- yet.
Utah is a step above everyone else. The rest? At this point, who knows?
The Utah defense plays old-time football. It's not flashy, just good -- real good.
Utah's Alex Smith showed once again why he is mentioned as the most underrated player in the conference.
The five-year-old Mountain West Conference is desperate to prove it belongs in the Bowl Championship Series.
The Mountain West eyes expansion and BCS prominence as ACC expansion may be changing the landscape of college football.