Category: WAC

  • Nevada Wolf Pack complete 2011 Non-conference Football Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - November 2, 2010

    The Nevada Wolf Pack have completed their 2011 non-conference football schedule with the addition of a game at the Boise State Broncos.

    Nevada opens the 2011 season at home on September 3 against the New Mexico Lobos and then travel to face the Oregon Ducks on September 10.

  • Boise State announces 2011 Non-conference Football Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - November 2, 2010

    The Boise State Broncos have announced their 2011 non-conference football schedule with the addition of games against Fresno State and Nevada.

    Boise State will open the 2011 season at Ole Miss on September 3. The Broncos will also travel to Toledo (09/17) before hosting Tulsa (09/24) and Nevada (10/01). Their final non-conference game of 2011 will be at Fresno State on October 8.

  • Boise State, Michigan State Schedule 3-Game Football Series

    Kevin Kelley - October 30, 2010

    The Boise State Broncos and the Michigan State Spartans have scheduled a three-game football series for 2012, 2022 and 2023, MSU announced yesterday.

    Two contracts were signed for this series, a single-game contract for 2012 and a home-and-home contract for 2022-23.

  • Boise State & Utah Cancel 2011-13 Football Series

    Tim K. - October 7, 2010

    The Utah Utes and the Boise State Broncos have canceled their 2011-2013 football series, Utah Athletic Director Chris Hill announced Thursday.

    The series was canceled because the Pac-10 will go to a nine-game conference schedule with the additions of Utah and Colorado beginning with the 2011 football season.

  • Hawaii adds Tulane to 2011 Football Schedule

    Tim K. - September 10, 2010

    The Hawaii Warriors have added the Tulane Green Wave of Conference USA to their 2011 football schedule. The game will be played on November 26, 2011 at Aloha Stadium.

    Tulane replaces a home game with Oregon State. The Oregon State at Hawaii series has been pushed back to September 7, 2013 at Oregon State and September 6, 2014 at Hawaii.

  • Auburn Tigers Complete 2011 Non-conference Football Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - September 3, 2010

    The Auburn Tigers have completed their 2011 non-conference football schedule, DecaturDaily.com has reported. The Tigers will open the 2011 season at home on September 3 against the Utah State Aggies.

    The 2011 matchup between Auburn and Utah State will be the first ever meeting of the two schools.

  • BYU Schedules 2011 & 2012 Football Games with Five WAC Schools

    Kevin Kelley - September 2, 2010

    The BYU Cougars have scheduled future football games against five WAC schools for 2011 and 2012. The games are part of a scheduling agreement with BYU and the WAC.

    On Tuesday, the Cougars announced that they will leave the Mountain West and go independent in football in 2011. As a result, the WAC has agreed to supply BYU wil five football opponents in 2011 and four in 2012. Listed below are details of each matchup.

  • BYU Cougars Going Independent in Football

    Tim K. - September 1, 2010

    The BYU Cougars have announced that they will leave the Mountain West for the 2011-12 season and become an independent in football, while joining the WCC for other sports.

    BYU originally scheduled to go to the WAC for everything expect football, but canceled those plans when the Mountain West took Nevada and Fresno State.

  • Utah State announces a four-game football series with Wyoming

    Tim K. - August 26, 2010

    The Utah State Aggies announced that they have signed a four-game home-and-home series with the Wyoming Cowboys.

  • Fresno State, Nevada accept Mountain West Conference invitations

    Tim K. - August 18, 2010

    After news came that BYU was planning to become an independent in football and join the WAC for all other sports, the Mountain West made a move by inviting WAC members Fresno State and Nevada to join in 2011.

    Fresno State will have to pay a $5 million buyout to the WAC for leaving, under the terms reached after Boise State planned to leave.