Mountain West Announces 2015 Football Schedule


Complete Release in PDF Format | 2015 MW Football Composite Schedule
Mountain Division: Air Force | Boise State | Colorado State
New Mexico | Utah State | Wyoming
West Division: Fresno State | Hawai‘i | Nevada
San Diego State | San José State | UNLV
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The 2015 Mountain West football schedule was released today and is comprised of 97 games, including 48 Conference matchups. The scheduling format for the 12-member football lineup consists of five intra-divisional games and three cross-divisional contests. Each institution will play four home and four road Conference games. This is the third year of the initial four-year cycle in which each member institution will play every other Mountain West opponent home and away. In 2015, the cross-divisional opponents will flip from the first two years, with teams playing three new opponents from the other division.

The 2015 schedule will play out over 14 weeks, concluding on Sat., Dec. 5 with the Mountain West Football Championship Game to be played at the home stadium of the highest-ranked of the two divisional champions.

The non-conference slate features 22 games against teams that earned bowl berths in 2014, including Arizona, Arizona State, Auburn, BYU (4 games), Minnesota, Ole Miss, Michigan State, Navy, Northern Illinois, Ohio State, Penn State, South Alabama, Texas A&M, UCLA, Utah (2 games), Washington (2 games) and Wisconsin. Nine non-conference opponents finished ranked in last year's final USA Today/Coaches' and Associated Press Top 25 polls, including national champion Ohio State, #5 Michigan State, #10 UCLA, #13 Wisconsin, #14/12 Arizona State, #17/19 Arizona State, #19/17 Ole Miss, #20/21 Utah and #23/22 Auburn.

Today's release represents the first phase in the 2015 football schedule process. Mountain West national television partners CBS Sports Network and ESPN will now initiate a selection procedure which will include the shifting of particular games to Thursdays and Fridays. That will be followed by the identification of network outlets and kick times, along with the picks for regional partner ROOT SPORTS and the Mountain West Network powered by Campus Insiders.

The 2015 MW football membership includes Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico, Utah State and Wyoming in the Mountain Division and Fresno State, Hawai‘i, Nevada, San Diego State, San José State and UNLV in the West Division.




Thursday, September 3
Colorado at Hawai‘i
UC Davis at Nevada
New Hampshire at San José State
Southern Utah at Utah State

Friday, September 4
Washington at Boise State

Saturday, September 5
Morgan State at Air Force
Savannah State at Colorado State
Abilene Christian at Fresno State
Mississippi Valley State at New Mexico
UNLV at Northern Illinois
North Dakota at Wyoming

Saturday, September 12
San José State at Air Force*
Boise State at BYU
Minnesota at Colorado State
Fresno State at Ole Miss
Hawai‘i at Ohio State
Arizona at Nevada
Tulsa at New Mexico
San Diego State at California
Utah State at Utah
Eastern Michigan at Wyoming

Friday, September 18
Idaho State at Boise State
New Mexico at Arizona State

Saturday, September 19
Air Force at Michigan State
Colorado State vs. Colorado%
Utah at Fresno State
UC Davis at Hawai‘i
Nevada at Texas A&M
South Alabama at San Diego State
San José State at Oregon State
UNLV at Michigan
Utah State at Washington
Wyoming at Washington State

Friday, September 25
Boise State at Virginia

Saturday, September 26
Colorado State at UTSA
Hawai‘i at Wisconsin
Fresno State at San José State*
Nevada at Buffalo
New Mexico at Wyoming*
San Diego State at Penn State
Idaho State at UNLV

Saturday, October 3
Air Force at Navy
Hawai‘i at Boise State*
Colorado State at Utah State*
Fresno State at San Diego State*
UNLV at Nevada*
New Mexico State at New Mexico
San José State at Auburn
Wyoming at Appalachian State

Saturday, October 10
Wyoming at Air Force*
Boise State at Colorado State*
Utah State at Fresno State*
San Diego State at Hawai‘i*
New Mexico at Nevada*
San José State at UNLV*

Saturday, October 17
Air Force at Colorado State*
Boise State at Utah State*
Hawai‘i at New Mexico*
UNLV at Fresno State*
Nevada at Wyoming*
San Diego State at San José State*

Saturday, October 24
Fresno State at Air Force*
Wyoming at Boise State*
Hawai‘i at Nevada*
New Mexico at San José State*
Utah State at San Diego State*

Saturday, October 31
Air Force at Hawai‘i*
Boise State at UNLV*
San Diego State at Colorado State*
Wyoming at Utah State*

Saturday, November 7
Army at Air Force
Colorado State at Wyoming*
Nevada at Fresno State*
Hawai‘i at UNLV*
Utah State at New Mexico*
BYU at San José State

Saturday, November 14
Utah State at Air Force*
New Mexico at Boise State*
UNLV at Colorado State*
Fresno State at Hawai‘i*
San José State at Nevada*
Wyoming at San Diego State*

Saturday, November 21
Air Force at Boise State*
Colorado State at New Mexico*
Fresno State at BYU
San José State at Hawai‘i*
Nevada at Utah State*
San Diego State at UNLV*

Saturday, November 28
Air Force at New Mexico*
Boise State at San José State*
Colorado State at Fresno State*
Louisiana-Monroe at Hawai‘i
Nevada at San Diego State*
BYU at Utah State
UNLV at Wyoming*

Saturday, December 5
MW Football Championship Game+ /p>

%Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver, Colo.) / *Mountain West game
+The Mountain West Football Championship Game will be played at the home stadium of the highest-ranked of the two divisional champions.
NOTE: Television selections, including moves to non-Saturdays, will be determined in the coming weeks.
All dates and times are local to site and are subject to change.