The Mountain West Conference enjoyed a historically successful regular season. But to validate the progress it's made, the league's teams will have to perform well in the NCAA tournament.
The Mountain West was wildly unpredictable again on Wednesday. And next season, it should be just as promising. Boise State, a rising program, and San Diego State, a perennial contender, are now officially back in and not leaving. Utah State, e...
San Diego State is expected to be reinstated as a member of the Mountain West Conference this afternoon, according to industry sources.
Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson said Tuesday he expects to have a decision whether San Diego State will remain in the conference by the end of the month.
Big East tried to work a deal to keep Boise State on board, but was "unwilling" to give the Broncos the deal that kept them in the Mountain West.
Boise State will remain a member of the Mountain West Conference and will not join the Big East in 2013.
San Diego State athletic director Jim Sterk said Tuesday the Aztecs are committed to a future in the Big East in 2013 despite Rutgers' jump to the Big Ten.
Boise State, San Diego State and BYU have had conversations with Mountain West membership about the possibility of returning to the league, sources told ESPN.
The message being sent from the Big East meetings is a simple one -- everyone is holding hands and reaffirming their love and commitment to the league.
A Mountain West Conference board of director says the league's plans for football extend beyond the addition of Hawaii -- to a 12th team.
Two years into a four-year evaluation period, the Mountain West Conference is halfway home to securing an automatic BCS bid.
Days after their game against BYU was postponed until Dec. 1 due to the Southern California wild fires, San Diego State's football team is practicing indoors at the Aztec Rec Center.
San Diego State baseball coach Tony Gwynn was suspended Thursday for one game after publicly criticizing the way the Mountain West Conference rescheduled a snowed out series at Air Force in March.
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.