Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill takes a look at the recruiting stories shaping up in the Mountain West Conference heading toward signing day.
Don't accuse the Utes of running up the score; 46-point leads can be squandered.
For Wyoming to continue its progress and make 2004 memorable, something exciting has to happen away from home.
It seemed just last month that Gary Crowton might be coaching out the string at Brigham Young.
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?
Despite the announcement of John Robinson's resignation at the year's end, UNLV wants to focus on the now.
Gary Crowton is on the hot seat after going 5-7 and 4-8 the past two seasons, the first back-to-back losing campaigns at BYU since 1970-71.
The five-year-old Mountain West Conference is desperate to prove it belongs in the Bowl Championship Series.
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.
BYU -- 4-6 overall, 3-3 Mountain West -- can become bowl eligible by winning their last two games.
CSU is again the league's most feared team, but the rivalry with Wyoming knows no records.
The struggles in Provo continued with a 13-10 loss at Wyoming, dropping the Cougars to 3-5 overall.
The Mountain West race can be summed up in one word: unpredictable.
John Robinson and UNLV are almost giddy after a 4-1 start heading into conference play.