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The Race For The Mountain West Regular Season Title

SDSU vs. UNLV Men's Basketball. Photo Credit CEO David Frerker

**This article will be updated this sunday with all of the games played this week.**

This article is going to be broken down the exact same way as our article on breaking down the Mountain West Conference. In this article we look at every team in the conference specifically the home and away records. We are coming down the home stretch with five or six games left in Mountain West Conference play. We can start to predict who will win the regular season title based on remaining games. At the beginning of the season SanDiegoSportsDomination predicted the team who would win the Mountain West Conference would be undefeated at home and have won 50% of road games. The two remaining teams who are undefeated at home and have won at least 50% of their road games are New Mexico (1st Place) and Colorado State (2nd Place). Keep an eye out on how these two teams finish the rest of their seasons both at home and on the road.

Mountain West Conference RPI Rankings

1) #3 New Mexico
2) #13 Colorado State
3) #19 UNLV
4) #34 San Diego State
5) #42 Boise State
6) #64 Wyoming
7) #72 Air Force
8) #134 Nevada
9) #159 Fresno State

Overall Mountain West Conference Home & Away Record.

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New Mexico Overall (22-4) and Conference (9-2):

Home Record: 6-0

Road Record: 3-2 (Road Losses have come against San Diego State and UNLV.)

Remaining Home Games: San Diego State (2/27) and Wyoming (3/2).

Remaining Road Games: Colorado State (2/23), Nevada (3/6) and Air Force (3/9).

Prediction: 3-3 (Losses at Colorado State and Air Force.) (Home Loss against SDSU)

Colorado State Overall (21-4) and Conference (8-2):

Home Record: 5-0

Road Record: 3-2 (Road Losses have come against New Mexico and San Diego State.)

Remaining Home Games: New Mexico(2/23), Fresno State (2/27) and Nevada (3/9).

Remaining Road Games: UNLV (2/20), Boise State (3/2) and Wyoming (3/6).

Prediction: 3-3 (Losses at UNLV and Wyoming.)

San Diego State Overall (18-7) and Conference (6-5):

Home Record: 4-1

Road Record: 2-4 (Road Losses have come against Air Force, Colorado State, UNLV, Wyoming.)

Remaining Home Games: Wyoming (2/19), Nevada (2/23) and Air Force (3/6).

Remaining Road Games: New Mexico (2/27) and Boise State (3/9).

Prediction: 5-0

UNLV Overall (19-7) and Conference (6-5):

Home Record: 5-0

Road Record: 1-5 (Road Losses have come against Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State and New Mexico.)

Remaining Home Games: Colorado State (2/20), Boise State (3/5) and Fresno State (3/9).

Remaining Road Games: Wyoming (2/23) and Nevada (3/2).

Prediction: 3-2 Home loss to Colorado State and road loss at Wyoming.

 

Air Force (15-9) Overall and Conference (6-5):

Home Record: 5-1(Home loss to Colorado State)

Road Record: 1-4 (Road Losses have come against Colorado State, New Mexico, Nevada and UNLV.)

Remaining Home Games: Wyoming (2/26) and New Mexico (3/9)/

Remaining Road Games: Boise State (2/20), Fresno State (3/2) and San Diego State (3/6).

Prediction: 3-2 (Loss at SDSU and Loss at Boise State).

Boise State Overall (18-6) and Conference (6-5):

Home Record: 4-1

Road Record: 0-5 (Road Losses have come against Air Force, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado State and San Diego State.)

Remaining Home Games: Air Force (2/20), Nevada (2/27), Colorado State (3/2) and San Diego State (3/9).

Remaining Road Games: Fresno State (2/23) and UNLV (3/5).

Wyoming Overall (18-7) and Conference (4-7):

Home Record: 3-3

Road Record: 1-4 (Road Losses have come against Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State and UNLV.)

Remaining Home Games: UNLV (2/23) and Colorado State (3/6).

Remaining Road Games: San Diego State (2/19), Air Force (2/26) and New Mexico (3/2).

Nevada Overall (12-12) and Conference (3-7):

Home Record: 2-3

Road Record: 1-4 (Road Losses have come against Air Force, UNLV, Wyoming and New Mexico.)

Remaining Home Games: Fresno State (2/19), UNLV (3/2) and New Mexico (3/6).

Remaining Road Games: San Diego State (2/23), Boise State (2/27) and Colorado State (3/9.

Fresno State Overall (8-16) and Conference (2-9):

Home Record: 2-4

Road Record: 0-5 (Road Losses have come against Air Force, Boise State, New Mexico, San Diego State and Wyoming).

Remaining Home Games: Boise State (2/23) and Air Force (3/2).

Remaining Road Games: Nevada (2/19), Colorado State (2/27) and UNLV (3/9).

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I graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Media Studies. I am also the Founder and CEO of San Diego Sports Domination. I am an award winning blogger and have been covering San Diego State Athletics and San Diego Sports for the past 8 years. I have blogged for FanSided 150 (Recruiting Website), FanSided's SDSU Site (Surf The Spear which is no longer online) and have written guest blogs on SDSU. I have been a guest on all San Diego Sports Radio stations ( ESPN 1700 San Diego, Mighty 1090 and Xtra Sports 1360). My articles have been linked to news websites all over the United States. I run this website in my spare time for fun. At my day job, I am a Sports Social Media Editor for STN Digital a Digital Marketing Agency that works in the Sports & Entertainment Industry.

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