SDSU's hopes to host the MW Championship will depend on computer rankings
Every dream scenario played out perfect Saturday night.
After New Mexico knocked off Air Force 47-35, the San Diego State Aztecs (9-3, 8-0 MWC) held their end of the bargain with a 31-14 win over the Nevada Wolfpack (6-6, 4-4 MWC).
With the victory, the Aztecs completed its conference schedule unbeaten for the first time since 1974, when they finished 4-0 in the PCAA.
Now we must wait for the release of Sunday's computer rankings to find out who gets to host the 2015 Mountain West Conference Championship Game: 8-0 SDSU or 6-2 Air Force.
“I think we deserve to be the host team,” Aztecs head coach Rocky Long declared. “But if we're not, that's okay. We'll go up there and try to win the championship where ever it is.”
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For the Islanders, they earn their first section title game victory since 1986, and will advance to the Southern California Regionals. The opponent and location will be announced next Sunday.