While most of the drama has subsided in the WAC, there’s still that chance of an upset of Boise State is spending too much time worrying about bowl selections, and one game that nobody is going to watch will have huge ramifications on many teams nationwide.
The WAC’s big showdown came on Friday night, but Saturday wasn’t without it’s surprises too. The league now just needs one more upset to get another team into the bowl picture, while the middle three or four teams in the league are proving to be more even than once thought.
The Mid-Season Report Cards are a subjective look using objective numbers with a look toward the remainder of the season as well. Teams are being reviewed in random order once they reach 6 games.
The New Mexico State Aggies are out to a pretty good start, all things considered. They’ve matched their 2008 totals for wins, [...]
With fairly light schedules consisting of mostly conference games, I’m going to consolidate the wrapups for a couple weeks at least. The main reason is that starting tomorrow, I’m launching Mid-Season Report Cards for every single non-BCS conference teams, which should be fun. We also have a very busy week of night games, so there’s [...]
The MWC jumps into conference play this weekend with some really big games, and the non-conference games see MWC teams facing some big names from back east. Let’s look at the final conference of the week before we settle in for a big weekend of games:
The WAC is the only non-BCS conference that isn’t jumping headlong into conference play, with only one conference game, and it’s next Wednesday, so we’ll preview it more then. So instead of covering every game like we will in conference play, a few highlights from the WAC weekend ahead:
This was a solid weekend all around for non-BCS leagues, including the WAC. Hawaii went to Washington State and won convincingly, Fresno State took Wisconsin to double overtime before being done in by an INT, and their other teams fared well against other non-BCS competition.