MW Championship Football Game – pregame primer

Are you ready for some championship football — in Laramie?

For the first time in school history, Wyoming hosts a conference championship game as it takes on San Diego State at 5:45 p.m. Saturday at Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium. The winner will be crowned 2016 Mountain West champs.

This is UW’s first home football game in the month of December since 1902.

First, here is my No. 1 key to the game for the Cowboys:

Adjusting on the fly: Both teams played each other two weeks ago so they have a good idea of what each other is about. However, both squads will tweak or change a few things, and the team that adjusts the best and fastest will have a significant edge.

For more keys, and more coverage leading up to today’s game, see Saturday’s Wyoming Tribune Eagle and Laramie Boomerang, and log on to wyosports.net.

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Media Monday: Cowboys get ready to face red-hot Aztecs

Craig Bohl called it a “daunting task.”

He was talking about his 1-9 Cowboys going to play at San Diego State (6-3, 5-0 MW) Saturday night. The Aztecs have won a league-best five straight games, and are coming off a bye week.

“San Diego State arguably is playing the best of any team we’ve played this year, and probably the best of anybody in the Mountain West right now,” Bohl said Monday during his weekly news conference.

Here is everything Bohl had to say Monday:

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