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2012 Mountain West football standings: Air Force sits in 4th place

The Air Force Falcons defeated Hawaii to move to 5-2 in Mountain West play.

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Air Force picked up a 21-7 win over Hawaii Friday night. With the victory, the Falcons improved to 5-2 in Mountain West play. Air Force is slotted in fourth place in the conference standings.

Colorado State went on the road and lost at MWC co-leader Boise State on Saturday, dropping to 2-5 in conference play and seventh place in the standings. The Broncos improved to 6-1 in MWC games and are tied with Fresno State for first place.

Only two other MWC games were played over the weekend. Nevada defeated New Mexico, 31-24, and improved to 4-3 in conference, and Wyoming edged UNLV, 28-23, moving to 3-4. New Mexico dropped to 1-6 in conference games, and UNLV fell to 2-5.

Boise State holds the head-to-head tiebreaker with Fresno State thanks to a 20-10 victory over the Bulldogs on Oct. 13. A win over Nevada on Saturday, Dec. 1 will wrap up the conference title for the Broncos.

The complete MWC standings are as follows:


Mountain West Conference Standings

(updated 11.18.2012 at 2:41 AM CST)

Conf Overall
W L W L
Boise St. Broncos 6 1 9 2
Fresno St. Bulldogs 6 1 8 3
San Diego St. Aztecs 6 1 8 3
Air Force Falcons 5 2 6 5
Nevada Wolf Pack 4 3 7 4
Wyoming Cowboys 3 4 4 7
Colorado St. Rams 2 5 3 8
UNLV Rebels 2 5 2 10
New Mexico Lobos 1 6 4 8
Hawaii Warriors 0 7 1 9