Top-Scoring Teams:Boise State Broncos, Fresno State Bulldogs, Utah State Aggies,Notre Dame Fighting Irish, LSU Tigers, Washington Huskies and Oregon Ducks. Since 2014, MWC teams have competed against teams from Conference USA in the annual postseason New Mexico Bowl that takes place at the University of New Mexico's Dreamstyle Stadium. A contract signed by C-USA in 2014 extended the matchup arrangement through 2016. The MWC's top-ranking team, the Boise State Broncos, holds a 7-1 conference win record. The MWC has produced several star players, including Jordan Love, Curtis Weaver, Cooper Rothe, Marcus Epps and Josh Oliver. Ten times in the past 20 years, the MWC has had 10 or more of its players drafted into the NFL. The MWC continues to enjoy widespread popularity among fans of college football. Get your Mountain West football tickets at StubHub today to secure the best seats.
What is it like to attend a Mountain West Football game?
The only thing that is better than college football is actually being at a game with thousands of fans cheering their favorite teams to victory. You will experience firsthand the excitement and energy that permeates college sports. You get to watch today's most gifted athletes compete to uphold school pride and compete to win coveted championships.
How much are the tickets to a Mountain West Conference football game?
Most tickets to MWC football games cost between $8 and $30, depending on venue and type of seating.
How big are the stadiums where the MWC games are played?
The smallest stadium is Utah's Maverick Stadium, with a seating capacity of 25,513, followed by Wyoming's War Memorial with 29,181 seats. San Diego State's SDCCU Stadium is the largest and seats 54,000. Hawaii's Aloha Stadium can accommodate 50,000 attendees, and the Air Force's Falcon Stadium follows with a capacity of 46,692. Nevada's Mackay Stadium, San Jose's CEFCU Stadium, UNLV's Sam Boyd Stadium, Boise State's Albertsons Stadium and New Mexico's Dreamstyle Stadium each have a seating capacity of 30,000 or more. Fresno State's Bulldog Stadium and Colorado State's Canvas Stadium seat 41,031 and 41,200, respectively.Back to Top