2012 Mountain West Football Standings: Boise State still tops conference

Troy Babbitt-US PRESSWIRE

Boise State still tops the Mountain West Conference following their win over the Wyoming Cowboys.

The Boise State Broncos are the only team in the Mountain West Conference that are in the Top 25 right now, and they bolstered their record once again with a 45-14 win over Wyoming over the weekend.

There's a logjam in the middle of the conference, with the Colorado State Rams a part of the group of three teams currently stuck at 1-3 near the bottom of the standings.

Following their loss to Boise State, the Cowboys are still at the bottom of the conference. Only the Cowboys and the Hawaii Warriors have no wins so far in conference play.

Here are the full standings for the Mountain West Conference after the weekend's games:

Boise State Broncos 4-0
Fresno State Bulldogs 4-1
San Diego State Aztecs 4-1
Air Force Falcons 4-1
Nevada Wolf Pack 3-2
New Mexico Lobos 1-3
Colorado State Rams 1-3
UNLV Rebels 1-3
Hawaii Warriors 0-4
Wyoming Cowboys 0-4

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