A quick review of the action in week 6:
TOP TEAMS DOMINATE - The three top-10 teams from the MWC and WAC definitely did work this weekend. TCU dispatched of Wyoming 45-0 at home; Boise State abused a visiting Toledo 57-14; and Utah went on the road and destroyed Iowa State 68-17.
The other ranked teams were just as dominant. Nevada cruised to a 35-13 win over San Jose State on the back of Vai Taua (16 carries, 196 yards). Turnovers kept Nevada from pouring it on, but the game was never in doubt as they outgained the Spartans 640-372.
Air Force gave up 2 late TD's in their otherwise dominant 49-27 blowout win over Colorado State.
BYU REBOUNDS - Mistakes still abounding for BYU, the Cougars still grabbed a home win over San Diego State 24-21 by virtue of a perfect game plan. BYU pounded the ball on the ground for 271 yards while holding the Aztecs to a mere 53. The Cougars had possession for a whopping 45 minutes of the game as they ran the play clock down to 1 on almost every snap.
HAWAII STILL FLYING - QB Bryant Moniz went 29-49 for 376 and 3 TD's as Hawaii picked up a nice road win at Fresno State 49-27. WR Greg Salas was shining again, this time for 148 yards on 9 receptions (and all 3 of Moniz's TD tosses). The WR tandem of Salas (757 yards) and Kealoha Pilares (726 yards) come into the numbers 1 and 3 spots respectively in the national leaders list for receiving yards.
"SOMEONE HAD TO WIN" DEPARTMENT - A late field goal in the 4th quarter lifted New Mexico State to a 16-14 win over New Mexico. The win moves the Aggies to 1-4 while dropping the Lobos to 0-6, and we have to wonder how much longer it will take UNM to fire Mike Locksley. Stay away from the MWC or WAC scoreboard page on ESPN.com, as it will offer you to "Watch Replay," as both teams had more yards punting (NMSU 252, UNM 291) then they did yards of total offense (NMSU 206, UNM 274).