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Matchup Finder

Search historical schedules and rankings back to the 1949-50 season.
Schedules prior to the 1994-95 season may be missing games vs. non-Division I opponents.

Note that the AP has ranked a variable number of teams since it began in 1948-49.

 1948-49 through 1960-61: top 20
 1961-62 through 1963-64: top 10
 1964-65: top 10, except for preseason which was top 20
 1965-66 through 1967-68: top 10
 1968-69 through 1988-89: top 20
 1989-90 through present: top 25

Current search:
From 1949-50 to 2020-21, for Idaho State, against Utah Valley, sorted by descending Date

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4 Wins, 7 Losses, .364 W%

Query Results

Query Results Table
Year Date   Schl Rk.   Opp Rk.     PTS OPP MOV   OT
2018-192018-12-19Idaho State@Utah ValleyL7788-11
2017-182017-11-14Idaho StateUtah ValleyL7184-13
2016-172016-11-16Idaho State@Utah ValleyL7382-9
2015-162015-12-12Idaho StateUtah ValleyL76100-24
2014-152014-12-23Idaho State@Utah ValleyL4751-4
2014-152014-11-26Idaho StateUtah ValleyL5760-3
2006-072006-12-19Idaho StateUtah ValleyW766214
2005-062006-02-21Idaho State@Utah ValleyW68671
2005-062005-11-26Idaho StateUtah ValleyW725616
2004-052005-01-25Idaho State@Utah ValleyL4552-7
2004-052004-11-23Idaho StateUtah ValleyW70628
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