2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
0-0, 1st in MW - Mountain
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39dAdam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich

Mountain West postpones football, fall sports

The Mountain West will postpone its fall sports season indefinitely. The conference is looking to the spring as an option for football and other fall sports.

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Former NFL, college coach Krueger dies at 90

Phil Krueger, who played a key role as an assistant when USC won the 1967 national championship, died this week at 90. Krueger also had head-coaching stints with Fresno State and Utah State before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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148dBill Connelly

MWC Mountain season preview: Who will compete with Boise State?

With nearly every team in the MWC's Mountain Division retooling, Boise State still leads the way ahead of the 2020 season. But will Air Force, Wyoming or even Colorado State give the Broncos a test for the division crown?

Was Jordan Love the right pick for the Packers? (1:16)
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148dRob Demovsky

Heir Jordan? Packers trade up to select QB Love

The Green Bay Packers traded up late in the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday night, using the 26th pick to select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love, the potential heir to Aaron Rodgers.

Packers trade up to take Jordan Love (2:20)
How Jordan Love's father's vision became reality (1:16)
Which QB prospect is most likely to fall in the first round? (1:39)
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NFL Draft QB Deep Dive

Chris Carlin was joined by Kurt Warner to break down the QB's in the 2020 draft specifically what he looks for during this process. Plus, he offers his feelings on Tua Tagovailoa and Jordan Love.

Tipa Galeai's NFL draft profile (0:53)
Breaking down Jordan Love's game tape (1:31)
Why Jordan Love isn't a good fit in New England (1:27)
Is Jordan Love worth a top-ten pick? (0:55)
McShay, Kiper bet $5,000 on NFL draft QBs (0:46)
Where should Jordan Love be drafted? (1:43)

Kent State beats Utah State for 1st bowl victory

Dustin Crum passed for 289 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 147 yards and the clinching score to help Kent State beat Utah State 51-41 on Friday night in the Frisco Bowl for the Golden Flashes' first bowl victory.

Crum keeps it to extend Kent State's lead (0:46)
Crum shovels to Dixon for Kent State TD (0:34)

Team Stats

Passing Yards279.131st
Rushing Yards152.273rd
Points For29.2154th
Points Against29.055th