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2012 Mountain West Football standings: Colorado State scraping bottom of conference

The Colorado State Rams are at the bottom of the barrel in the Mountain West Conference after two games of league play.

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Colorado State Rams are at the bottom of the the Mountain West after two weeks of conference play, tied with Hawaii in last with an 0-2 record. The Air Force Falcons, who already beat the Rams earlier in the season, are tied with San Diego State in the middle of the pack with a 1-1 record.

Nevada is the current top dog in the conference, undefeated and with a MWC-best 5-1 record overall.

Boise State is the only Mountain West team that ranked in the Top 25, despite not being at the top of the conference. They are No. 22 on the Coaches' poll and No. 24 on the AP's, currently 1-0 in the conference with a 4-1 overall record. Their only loss was to Michigan State in their first game of the season.

Here are the full standings for the Mountain West Conference:

Nevada 2-0
Fresno State 2-0
Boise State 1-0
UNLV 1-0
San Diego State 1-1
Air Force 1-1
New Mexico 0-1
Wyoming 0-1
Colorado State 0-2
Hawaii 0-2