The Mountain West will not feature separate divisions this year, and the two teams with the best conference winning percentage will play in the football title game on Dec. 19.
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The San Jose State football team will travel 320 miles to Humboldt State to prepare for its Oct. 24 opener because local regulations restrict practicing in groups larger than 12.
- MWC releases '20 schedule; no separate divisions
- SJSU moving practice outside county due to virus
- Mountain West to start in Oct., play 8-game slate
- Mountain West postpones football, fall sports
The Mountain West became the second league Thursday to approve a fall football season, announcing it will play an eight-game slate starting the weekend of Oct. 24.
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.
California State University schools will remain primarily online this fall, raising doubts about whether member schools will field athletic teams for the rest of 2020.
San Diego State and Fresno State appear to be the teams to beat in the MWC West in 2020, but both have new coaches, so it could be an unpredictable season.
When football teams from San Jose State and Willamette College set off for Hawaii in late November of 1941, they couldn't have anticipated what would happen on Dec. 7. What followed: Fear, and the unknown, before the players came home on Christmas Day.
DeJon Packer had 128 total yards, including a 10-yard touchdown run with 2:11 left, and San Jose State rallied from a 14-point deficit to beat Fresno State 17-16 on Saturday night and snap a three-game skid.
Charles Williams scored from the 1 in the final 1:15 and Kolo Uasike picked off a last-gasp pass as UNLV came out on top of a wild fourth quarter with a 38-35 defeat of San Jose State in the last game at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday.
Chevan Cordeiro accounted for five touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, and Hawaii held on for a 42-40 win over San Jose State on Saturday night.
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George Holani ran for 126 yards and four touchdowns and No. 21 Boise State bounced back from its first loss of the season by beating San Jose State 52-42 on Saturday night.
In Week 9, the Buckeyes and Tigers showed they're both capable of ending the Alabama-Clemson championship dynasty.
Josh Love passed for 314 yards and three touchdowns, Matt Mercurio kicked four field goals, and San Jose State stunned Army 34-29 on Saturday, handing the Black Knights their second straight loss at Michie Stadium.
Juwan Washington and Chase Jasmin each ran for a touchdown, Kaegun Williams had a 95-yard kickoff return for a score, and San Diego State beat San Jose State 27-17 on Saturday to become bowl eligible for the 10th consecutive season.
Brandon Talton kicked a 40-yard field goal on the final play of the game, lifting Nevada to a 41-38 victory over San Jose State on Saturday after the Spartans rallied from a 21-point deficit.
Josh Love passed for 405 yards and two TDs and San Jose State beat New Mexico 32-21 on Friday night.