Mountain West Football Weekly Release - Oct. 18
*Mountain West game | &Cotton Bowl (Dallas, Texas)
WEEKLY AND POST-GAME PRESS CONFERENCES BROADCAST LIVE FOR FREE ON MOUNTAIN WEST NETWORK
The Mountain West Network will livestream and archive each of the 12 weekly coaches’ press conferences on TheMW.com, CampusInsiders.com and the respective institutional website. The regular-season schedule will typically be held as follows:
Tim DeRuyter, Fresno State at 11 a.m. PT
Matt Wells, Utah State at 11:30 a.m. MT
Mike Bobo, Colorado State at Noon MT
Craig Bohl, Wyoming at Noon MT
Ron Caragher, San José State at 1 p.m. PT
Bob Davie, New Mexico at 11:30 a.m. MT
Brian Polian, Nevada at 11 a.m. PT
Bryan Harsin, Boise State at 11:30 a.m. MT
Rocky Long, San Diego State at Noon PT
Troy Calhoun, Air Force at 12:30 p.m. MT
Tony Sanchez, UNLV at 1 p.m. PT
Nick Rolovich, Hawai‘i (available on tape-delayed basis)
All post-game press conference for home games will also be streamed and archived. Visit TheMW.com/watch-live for additional information and for schedule updates.
For quick soundbites from every coach leading into a weekend of Mountain West action, tune in for Coaches Soundoff every Thursday afternoon on the Mountain West Network. TheMW.com/watch-live
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(Notes from around the Mountain West in 140 characters or less)
- .@AFFootball has the 2nd-longest home win streak nationally (15), trailing only Clemson (20).
- .@GoAztecs are riding an 13-game @MountainWest win streak, tied for the longest active streak in FBS with Clemson.
- .@BroncoSportsFB has won 22-straight nonconference home games, a streak dating back to 12/28/05 vs. Boston College in the MPC Computers Bowl.
- .@wyo_football has scored a defensive TD in 3 straight games, an active streak that leads the nation (Alabama).
- AFA Weston Steelhammer and SDSU’s Damontae Kazee are tied as the active FBS leader in career INTs with 13.
- .@BroncoSportsFB has defeated a Power 5 team in 5 of 6 seasons since joining the MW. BSU beat Washington State on Sept. 10 and Oregon State on Sept. 24.
- 4 @MountainWest schools rank in the top-20 nationally in rushing offense: UNM (357.2 - 2), AFA (275.2 - 6), UNLV (247.7 - 17) & SDSU (246.0 - 18).
- .@CSUFootball DB Braylin Scott is tied for 10th nationally with 3 INTs this season.
- .@GoAztecs RB Donnel Pumphrey is the nation’s active leader in career rushing yds (5,383), rushing touchdowns (56) and all-purpose yardage (6,387).
- .@GoAztecs RB Rashaad Penny is 1 of 7 FBS players with at least 3 rushing TDs and 3 receiving TDs.
- In 58.7% of Pumphrey’s collegiate games played he has rushed for at least 100 yards (27-46).
- .@BroncoSportsFB RB Jeremy McNichols has scored a TD in 18 straight games, 1 game shy of entering MW top 5 list.
- .@NewMexicoFB LB Dakota Cox is the nation’s 2nd-leading tackler with 346 career tackles. Cox needs 31 stops to enter the MW’s top-5.
- .@BroncoSportFB is nationally ranked for the 15th straight season, which is the 8th-longest active FBS streak.
- .@USUFootball is the only FBS team to have a new OC & DC for the third straight season under the same head coach.
|RANK||PLAYER (SCHOOL)||YARDS||YEARS PLAYED|
|1||Ron Dayne (Wisconsin)||6,397||1996-99|
|2||Ricky Williams (Texas)||6,279||1995-98|
|3||Tony Dorsett (Pittsburgh)||6,082||1973-76|
|4||DeAngelo Williams (Memphis)||6,026||2002-05|
|5||Charles White (USC)||5,598||1996-99|
|6||Travis Prentice (Miami (OH))||5,596||1996-99|
|7||Cedric Benson (Texas)||5,540||2001-04|
|8||Donnel Pumphrey (San Diego State)||5,383||2013-Present|