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- Kaepernick named to Nevada's 2020 HOF class
- MWC releases '20 schedule; no separate divisions
- Mountain West to start in Oct., play 8-game slate
- Mountain West postpones football, fall sports
Colin Kaepernick, who starred at Nevada from 2006 to '10, will be part of the Wolf Pack's six-member 2020 Hall of Fame class.
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.
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.
College football and basketball players share their stories on the challenges of school, training and supporting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
San Diego State and Fresno State appear to be the teams to beat in the MWC West in 2020, but both have new coaches, so it could be an unpredictable season.
College football coaches are relying on Zoom, old-school workouts and, in some cases, having backyard rodeos while adjusting to a spring upended by the coronavirus.
Nevada coach Jay Norvell has a received a new five-year contract that runs through the 2024 season, the school said Tuesday.
New quarterbacks at LSU, Alabama and Oklahoma and familiar coaches in new places have us eager to kick off the 2020 season.
Nathan Rourke accounted for 241 yards of offense and ran for a touchdown to help Ohio beat Nevada 30-21 on Friday in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
The Mountain West Conference has suspended DB Austin Arnold, DB Daniel Brown and DT Hausia Sekona for the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl as a result of their roles in a brawl against UNLV on Nov. 30. In addition, LB Gabriel Sewell is banned for the first half.
Here are the key players and storylines for every college football bowl game, including the playoff.
Freshman quarterback Kenyon Oblad hooked up with freshman receiver Steve Jenkins for a 19-yard touchdown in overtime and UNLV slipped past instate rival Nevada 33-30 on Saturday in the Battle for the Fremont Cannon.
Toa Taua ran for 135 yards and scored on a 3-yard TD run with 12 seconds left to help Nevada beat Fresno State 35-28 on Saturday night.
Wide receiver Elijah Cooks threw a 50-yard pass on a trick play to set up Devonte Lee's go-ahead, 1-yard run with 10:31 to go that lifted Nevada to a 17-13 victory against No. 24 San Diego State on Saturday night.