BYU Wins Holy War

BYU Wins Holy War
George, like Collie and Harline before him, is now still open!

Monday, November 3, 2008

Week 11 Mountain West Football Power Rankings

A new team moves into the top spot for the conference...

This Thursday game between TCU and Utah is the biggest game in conference history. The winner will be in control of the conference, and will be the leading canadatee from the conference to break into the BCS. Here are the rankings for week 11:

1a)TCU - TCU moves into the top spot for the first time this season. Since the return of Dalton, the Horned Frogs have been unstoppable. With a win over Utah TCU can cement their second conference title since joining the conference.

1b)Utah - Utah might have been looking ahead to TCU game this Thursday, but the offense struggled against New Mexico. That isn't a good sign heading into the game this Thursday.

3)BYU - Another close call for BYU. They did climb to #15 in the BCS standings, but the defense has proven to be sub-standard to the ranking that BYU currently holds.

4)Air Force - Air Force has quietly remained near the top of the conference standings. They have two more chances to make a move to the top of the conference with games against BYU and TCU to end the season.

5a)Colorado State - Colorado State looks to provide the conference with a fifth bowl team.

5b)New Mexico - The Lobos have an above average defense and a sub-par offense. The Lobos could still make a bowl game, but they will need more from their offense to make that happen.

7)UNLV - The Rebels might be the best team in the country that hasn't won a conference game. The Rebels weren't able to contain TCU's offense or get by their defense. The Rebels look now for their first conference vitory with Wyoming and san Diego State still remaining on the schedule.

8)Wyoming - It may not be enough to save the job of Joe Glenn, but at least they aren't the worst team in the conference after beating San Diego State at home.

9)San Diego State - The Aztec cemented their spot at the bottom of the power rankings by losing big to Wyoming.

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