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More Pac-12 vs. Mountain West Conference battles coming in 2021-2022

Rich Rodriguez

The Pac-12 and Mountain West Conference make for a great combo out west, and the games scheduled between programs from these conferences tend to be pretty entertaining. In 2014 there will be 12 non-conference match-ups between the two western conferences, and now we are guaranteed at least two more games a few years down the road.

Arizona and San Diego State jointly announced a two-game home-and-home series to be played in 2021 and 2022. The first game will be played in Tucson, Arizona on September 11, 2021. San Diego State will host the second game a year later, on September 3, 2022.

For the Aztecs, the addition of Arizona gives San Diego State a Pac-12 team on the schedule in each season through at least 2022. More importantly for the school, it guarantees home games against Pac-12 competition in four out of the next nine years. Any time a Mountain West Conference school can grab a home date against a Pac-12 school, it is a positive for the program and the entire conference. San Diego State has home-and-home deals with California (2015-2016), Arizona state (2017-2018) and UCLA (2019-2020) leading up to the new arrangement with Arizona.

Arizona leads the all-time series with San Diego State, 10-5. The series dates back to 1931, but the most recent meeting came in 2001, with Arizona taking a 23-10 victory to open the year. Arizona has won each of the last four meetings, with San Diego State’s last win coming in 1979.

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1 Response to “More Pac-12 vs. Mountain West Conference battles coming in 2021-2022”
  1. scoochpooch says: Jun 11, 2014 9:32 AM

    gosh, thats 8 years away. The games probably have a 60% chance of being cancelled. Who knows what will happen next year, let alone 8! Realignment, breakaway, etc.

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