Mountain West

25th Season

#MW25 Memories

First Conference Football Game

National sportscaster Mike Tirico describes the moment the Mountain West kicked off its inaugural football season and what it meant for college athletics. He, along with Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso broadcasted the first conference football game between Colorado State and BYU.

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BYU Women’s XC Wins National Title

Former BYU Cross Country standout Tara Rohatinsky Northcutt talks about the Cougars winning the 1999 NCAA Championship, which was the first national championship in Mountain West history. BYU went on to win the 2001 and 2002 national championships, as well.

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Colorado State’s 23 Straight NCAA Tournament Bids

Former Colorado State Volleyball Coach Tom Hilbert talks about the Rams’ 23 straight NCAA Tournament bids and the passionate fan base in Fort Collins that elevated the program to national prominence.

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Utah Pounds Pitt in 2005 Fiesta Bowl

Utah becomes the original BCS Buster with its 35-7 victory over Pitt in the 2005 Fiesta Bowl. Former Utes defensive back Bo Nagahi relives the Utes’ run to a perfect season with a dominant performance over the Panthers.

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Utah Dominates Alabama in 2009 Sugar Bowl

Utah completes a second undefeated season in the span of four years with a 31-17 win over Alabama. Former All-Mountain West linebacker Stevenson Sylvester explains why the Utes were never intimidated by one of college football’s perennial powerhouse programs.

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TCU Beats Wisconsin in 2011 Rose Bowl

TCU completes a perfect season with a Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin, 21-19. Former All-Mountain West linebacker Tank Carder explains how the Horned Frogs outlasted the Badgers in Pasadena.

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Fredette Scores 52 In The Midst Of “JimmerMania”

Former BYU basketball player Jimmer Fredette discusses the phenomenon that became known as “JimmerMania,” his 52-point game in the Mountain West tournament and winning multiple national player of the year honors in 2011.

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Boise State Beats Arizona in 2014 Fiesta Bowl

Boise State wins the 2014 Fiesta Bowl in a 38-30 thriller in the first year of the College Football Playoff/NY6 Bowl format. Former Broncos quarterback Grant Hedrick takes a trip down memory lane to reminisce about Boise State’s third straight Fiesta Bowl victory.

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New Mexico Women’s XC National Reign

Former New Mexico Cross Country Head Coach Joe Franklin talks about the five-year stretch in which the Lobos won four NCAA Championships, including two team titles and two individual titles.

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Pumphrey Becomes NCAA Career Rushing Leader

Former San Diego State running back Donnel Pumphrey discusses the 2016 Las Vegas Bowl that staged his record-setting moment when he set the NCAA career rushing record.

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Sherle’s Record-Setting Sendoff

Former Boise State soccer standout Raimee Sherle Ranstrom talks about her final matches as a Bronco which included a hat trick in the semifinals of the MW Championship, the game-winning goal in the championship final and solidifying herself as the Mountain West’s all-time leader in goals and points.

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25th Season Teams