Mountain West Championship Game Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Mountain West Championship Game online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The Falcons will square off with the Aztecs at Qualcomm Stadium on Saturday in the Mountain West championship game.

    December 3, 2015

    Everything you need to know about the Mountain West Championship Game online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.

    The Air Force Falcons will square off with the San Diego State Aztecs at Qualcomm Stadium on Saturday in the Mountain West Championship Game. 

    The Falcons (8-4, 6-2 MW) are representing the Mountain division in the conference title game for the first time as members of the Mountain West. It is Air Force’s second title game in program history and the program is seeking its fourth conference championship. The Falcons come into this one after stumbling last week to New Mexico, 47-35, in Albuquerque. In a losing effort, Timothy McVey posted a record day for Air Force. In his first start, the running back accounted for five touchdowns and 262 total yards, and his 157 yards receiving were a career-high. He is the first Falcon in program history to record 100 yards rushing and receiving in the same game. The Air Force D couldn’t capitalize off McVey’s performance, as they were steamrolled by the Lobos’ rushing attack. Jhurell Pressley (17 car, 170 yards, 3 TD) led a New Mexico backfield that totaled 377 yards and six touchdowns between seven different rushers.

    The Aztecs (9-3, 8-0 MW) will represent the West division in their first appearance in the Mountain West title game. San Diego State is looking to complete their conference slate undefeated and claim the program’s 20th conference championship. Last time out, the Aztecs took care of business, beating Nevada 31-14 for their eighth straight win. San Diego State and Nevada were tied at 14 in the second quarter, but the Aztecs rattled off 21 straight points to finish the game. Donnel Pumphrey and Chase Price were the entire offense for SDSU, as each ran for over 100 yards and combined to score three times. The Aztecs D was strong as well, holding the Wolf Pack to just 35 yards on the ground. Although Tyler Stewart threw for 228 yards on the day, he was held without any touchdowns, sacked four times and was picked off twice.

    The 2015 Mountain West Championship Game will mark the 34th matchup between Air Force and San Diego State. The Falcons lead the series 19-14 all-time, but the Aztecs have won five consecutive times and have outscored Air Force 153-95 during the streak.

    Below is everything you need to know about the matchup, including the Mountain West Championship Game online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

    Mountain West Championship Game Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Qualcomm Stadium
    • Date: Saturday, December 5
    • Kickoff Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
    • National TV: ESPN2
    • Mountain West Championship Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN, Air Force Radio


    Air Force has a way of making good defenses look silly if they can’t hit the curveball early on, but the Aztec linebackers are too disciplined and too good to let Roberts and the option attack get loose. These are two fantastic ground games, too terrific run defenses, and two sound teams, but the SDSU defense will be too strong.

    For the final score prediction, check out our Mountain West Championship preview.

    Game Notes

    • SDSU finished with a 8-0 conference record for the first time in 93 seasons of the football program. The last time the Aztecs posted an undefeated conference season was in 1974 (4-0 in the PCAA).
    • Air Force was 6-0 at home this season and has won a school-record 12 straight at home, breaking the record of nine set from 1997-99. The team’s 12 wins home wins in consecutive seasons is a school record, breaking the mark of 11 set in 1997-98.
    • SDSU has not trailed in the second half during its eight-game winning streak. That is a span of 240:00 on the game clock, the second longest active streak nationally (Iowa, 325:05).

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