The Mountain West men’s basketball season, it appears, will come down to a five-way cage match between the Nevada Wolf Pack, Boise State Broncos, San Diego State Aztecs, Colorado State Rams and Utah State Aggies.
The Aztecs whipped the Bulldogs 67-53 last Thursday and 75-57 on Saturday on the road to move into the top spot in this week’s Nevada Appeal Mountain West men’s basketball rankings.
The Mountain West men’s basketball regular season has turned into a chaotic, sloppy, jumbled, disheveled and practically meaningless mess.
A look at the Top 16 coaching careers of former Wolf Pack football, men’s basketball and baseball head coaches after their Nevada careers ended.
The Aztecs, ranked No. 3 in this week’s Nevada Appeal Mountain West men’s basketball rankings, have won six games in a row by an average of 30 points.
We could be witnessing the most unlikely Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team to go to the NCAA Tournament in nearly 40 years.
The Wolf Pack over the past four decades, since the start of the 1980-81 season, has had several point guards step right in and make a major impact on the program in their first Nevada season.
Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 74-72 and 73-62 victories over the Boise State Broncos last weekend at Lawlor Events Center:
Ranking of Mountain West Conference men's basketball teams for Feb. 8, 2021