— Isaiah Chavez completed 10 of 11 passes for 112 yards and a touchdown and New Mexico defeated Wyoming 14-3 on Saturday.
— David Bailey scored on two short runs, Cayden Camper kicked five field goals and the Colorado State defense allowed just 76 yards of offense in a 36-7 victory over New Mexico on Saturday night.
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- San Jose St. at New Mexico relocated to San Jose
- Colorado State-New Mexico canceled due to virus
— Greg Bell rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown, quarterback Jordon Brookshire added two scoring runs and No. 25 San Diego State beat New Mexico 31-7 on Saturday night in its first game as a ranked team in two seasons.
— Brad Roberts ran for 142 yards and scored twice as Air Force scored on its first four drives to build a big early lead then coasted to a 38-10 win over New Mexico on Saturday.
— Gavin Hardison threw for 293 yards and a touchdown as Texas-El Paso erased a 13-3 first-half deficit by shutting out New Mexico in the second half to earn a 20-13 victory on Saturday night.
— Terry Wilson passed for 385 yards and his third touchdown pass of the game — a 58-yarder to Mannie Logan-Greene — powered New Mexico to a 34-23 victory over in-state rival New Mexico State on Saturday night.
If a Mountain West team is unable to play a game because of COVID-19 issues, it will have to forfeit -- a policy similar to the ones most conferences have already announced.
Former Kentucky Wildcat Terry Wilson, who transferred to New Mexico in March, will become the team's starting quarterback, a source told ESPN on Tuesday.
Bill Connelly breaks down the MWC Mountain division and whether there is any real threat to Boise State's dominance.
— Bobby Cole ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns, Nathaniel Jones added two more rushing TDs, and New Mexico beat Fresno State 49-39 on Saturday night.
From the Redwood Forests to Hawaii to Las Vegas, the Spartans have hit the road all season long because of COVID-19 restrictions in their home county. Somehow, they're 6-0 and headed to the first Mountain West title game in program history.
The 2020 college football season has been frustrating and exhausting, but let's take a moment to savor the good things, like an impromptu BYU-Coastal classic, the sublime DeVonta Smith, Iowa State's resurgence, Akron's win and more.
— Isaiah Chavez hit Bobby Cole for a 44-yard touchdown with 6:22 to play, Brandon Shook forced two Wyoming turnovers thereon, and New Mexico beat the Cowboys 17-16 on Saturday night to snap the longest active losing streak in the FBS.
The Big Ten had a lot of issues this past week, dealing with everything from canceled games to gripes about clapping on the sideline.
— Andrew Peasley passed for 239 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for 118 yards and another score, and Utah State used four third-quarter touchdowns to beat New Mexico 41-27 on Thursday night in a battle of winless teams.
San Jose State's football game at New Mexico on Saturday has been relocated to San Jose as a result of public health orders in New Mexico.
The season opener between Colorado State and New Mexico scheduled for Saturday has been canceled, the Mountain West Conference announced Tuesday.
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.
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.
Former New Mexico coach Bob Davie ignored a player's plea for help in his fight against depression before the player took his own life, according to a lawsuit.
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.