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Broncos Announces Home-and-Home Series with Virginia 

BroncoSports: Broncos Announces Home-and-Home Series with Virginia

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State University and the University of Virginia have announced a home-and-home series in football for the years 2015 and 2017.

The Broncos will travel to Charlottesville, Va., Sept. 26, 2015, with the Cavaliers making the trip to Bronco Stadium Sept. 23, 2017.

Both schools will exchange a guarantee of $200,000.

This will mark the first time Boise State and Virginia have met on the football field, and just the third time the Broncos have played a team from the Atlantic Coast Conference.

"I think our fans will be extremely excited about the Broncos hosting an ACC school," Boise State Director of Athletics Mark Coyle stated.  "We continue to work hard on scheduling home-and-home games against BCS opponents and a series like this with an east coast team will help spread the Bronco brand."

Boise State's first meeting against an ACC school was in the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl in Boise with Boston College posting a 27-21 victory.  The Broncos evened their record against the league with a 33-30 defeat of Virginia Tech at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., to open the 2010 season.

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Home and Away Conference Football Schedules Announced 

BroncoSports: Home and Away Conference Football Schedules Announced

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State's conference football schedule for the next four years was announced today by the Mountain West.  Dates and times will be announced at a later date.

Each of the 12 members of the league will play four home and four road conference games each season, and will play every Mountain West opponent home and away during each four-year cycle.  The conference only announced future schedules for the first four-year cycle (2013-16).

In 2013, the Broncos will host Air Force, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming at Bronco Stadium, and play Colorado State, Fresno State, San Diego State and Utah State on the road.  The home and away sites will switch in 2014.

Boise State will not play Hawai'i, San Jose State and UNLV in 2013 or 2014.             

In the second part of the four-year cycle, Boise State will host Air Force, Hawai'i, New Mexico and Wyoming in 2015, and travel to Colorado State, San Jose State, UNLV and Utah State.  Again, the home and away sites will switch for the 2016 season.

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Mountain West Announces Football Divisions 

BroncoSports: Mountain West Announces Football Divisions

BOISE, Idaho - Following the Mountain West Conference winter meetings today in Denver, the league announced that football has been split in two divisions. Boise State University will play in the Mountain Division, and will be joined by Air Force, Colorado State, New Mexico, Wyoming and Utah State.

The West Division will be comprised of Fresno State, Hawai'i, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State and UNLV.

Boise State will play each team in its division and three cross-division games, which will rotate annually.  The rotational sequence and matchups will be developed via computer scheduling models.

The divisional champions will play in the inaugural Mountain West Football Championship game on Dec. 7, 2013 (Saturday), at the home stadium of the highest-ranked Bowl Championship Series team.

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Boise State to Remain in the Mountain West Conference

BroncoSports: Boise State to Remain in the Mountain West Conference

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State University President Dr. Robert Kustra announced today (Dec. 31) that football and the majority of Boise State's athletic programs will remain in the Mountain West Conference.

"Mountain West presidents made it official earlier today when they accepted the terms of the agreement for Boise State to remain in the league."  

The Boise State football program was scheduled to join the Big East Conference on July 1, 2013, while the majority of its remaining athletic programs would join the Big West Conference on the same date.

But with the changes to conference membership around the country the past few months, Boise State has decided to remain in the Mountain West after lengthy discussions with league officials.

"Without question, conference affiliation has been an odyssey for Boise State, with all the unexpected turns and changes that term suggests," Boise State President Dr. Robert Kustra stated. "The benefits of geographic footprint, revenue, and national exposure have to be balanced against the changing circumstances of conference realignment.  I am confident that our Mountain West membership is the very best decision for Boise State University, our student-athletes and our incredible fan base." 

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Broncos Top Huskies 28-26 in MAACO Bowl Las Vegas 

BroncoSports: Broncos Top Huskies 28-26 in MAACO Bowl Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Michael Frisina came up big for Boise State, kicking a 27-yard field goal with 1:16 left to give the No. 20 Broncos a 28-26 victory Saturday over Washington for their third MAACO Bowl Las Vegas trophy in a row.

Frisina made the winning kick after Washington had taken the lead for the first time on Travis Coons' 38-yard field goal. Boise State (11-2) sealed the win when Jeremy Ioane intercepted Keith Price's pass as the Huskies (7-6) neared midfield.

Boise State had to overcome a 205-yard rushing game by Bishop Sankey against a normally stingy Bronco defense. Sankey also had 74 yards receiving, giving him 279 of Washington's 447 yards from scrimmage. He was the MVP of the game, despite being on the losing side.

Frisina was 12 for 17 on field goals coming into the game, adding three on Saturday, including a 34-yarder to open the scoring that was his first field goal over 30 yards for the year.

Boise State, which outscored Utah and Arizona State 82-24 in its two previous Las Vegas Bowl wins, looked to be heading for a third straight blowout when Holden Huff scored on a 34-yard pass with 5:25 left in the second quarter for an 18-3 lead. But Sankey scored on a 26-yard run on Washington's next possession, and Price scrambled for another score with 3 seconds left to make it 18-17 at halftime.

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Game Day: Maaco Bowl BSU vs. UW - Dec 22nd, 2012



Boise State vs. Washington
Saturday, Dec 22nd, 2012

1:30 p.m. (MT) - 3:30 p.m. (ET)
@ Las Vegas, NV - Sam Boyd Stadium
*on ESPN


Broncos in Top 10 BCS Academic Rankings for Sixth Straight Year 

BroncoSports: Broncos in Top 10 BCS Academic Rankings for Sixth Straight Year

The Broncos scored 118.7 to finish behind Northwestern with a (139) score and Northern Illinois with a (126.7) score.

Out of 62 schools to make the list in the six years of the report, Boise State is one of only two schools to be ranked each season and the only one to finish in the top 10 each year.

Boise State's average finish over the past six years has been 3.9.  The Broncos had back-to-back No. 2 rankings in 2010 and 2011, and finished fourth in 2007 and 2009.  Boise State placed eighth in 2008, the only time the Broncos were ranked outside the top five. View full list after the jump..

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Broncos to face Washington in MAACO Bowl Las Vegas 

BroncoSports: Broncos to face Washington in MAACO Bowl Las Vegas

BOISE, Idaho - No. 19 (BCS Standings) Boise State (10-2) will return to the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas for the third straight season, and for the second straight year will face an opponent from the Pac-12 Conference in the University of Washington (7-5) on Dec. 22 (Saturday).

Kickoff for this year's game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas is 12:30 p.m. (PT).  The game will be televised by ESPN.

Boise State is one of just 10 teams nationally to play in 10-or-more consecutive bowl games.  This will mark the 11th straight season the Broncos have played in a postseason bowl game, and the 12th time in the past 13 years.  Boise State has a three-game winning streak in postseason bowl games, and a record of 8-4 in bowl games as a Football Bowl Subdivision member.

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Boise State Announces 2012 Football Awards

Bronco Sports: Boise State Announces 2012 Football Awards


For Immediate Release
 -12-2-12 by Max Corbet

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State held its annual Bronco football award banquet Sunday (Dec. 2) evening with head coach Chris Petersen and his staff announcing this year's award winners.

Following is the complete list..

      Award                                                          Recipient                            Class - Hometown

Pat Fuller Memorial (Academic Achievement)             Chandler Koch                   Senior - Flower Mound, TX

Ultimate Rebar                                                        Chris Santini                       Freshman - San Jose, Calif.

Iron Bronco                                                             Jamar Taylor                       Senior - San Diego, Calif.

Bronco Ambassador                                                 Chris Potter                        Senior - Westlake Village, Calif.

Offensive Scout Player of the Year                             Nick Patti                             Freshman - Orlando, Fla.

Defensive Scout Player of the Year                            Ben Weaver                       Freshman - Klein, Texas

Special Teams Scout Player of the Year                  Chanceller James             Freshman - Spring Valley, Calif.

Hammer Award                                                       Blake Renaud                    Sophomore - Concord, Calif.

Special Teams Player of the Year                              Dillon Luckhart                  Freshman - Eagle, Idaho

Outstanding Offensive Lineman                                Charles Leno                      Junior - Oakland, Calif.

Outstanding Defensive Lineman                               Demarcus Lawrence       Sophomore - Aiken, S.C.

Most Valuable Offensive Player                                 D.J. Harper                          Senior - Cypress, Texas

Most Valuable Defensive Player                                J.C. Percy                             Senior - Blackfoot, Idaho

Denny Erickson Valor Award                                    Mike Atkinson                   Senior - Windsor, Ontario

Bronco Excellence                                                   Tommy Smith                    Senior - Atlanta, Ga.

Bronco Excellence                                                   Mitch Burroughs              Senior - Meridian, Idaho


Boise State (10-2) completed its regular season yesterday (Dec. 1) with a 27-21 victory over Nevada to finish as a co-champion of the Mountain West with San Diego State and Fresno State.  All three schools posted a league record of 7-1.

The Broncos will complete their 2012 season on Dec. 22 (Saturday) at the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas against the University of Washington (7-5).  Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. (PT) and will be broadcast by ESPN.


Broncos Down Nevada, Earn Share of MW Title

BroncoSports: Broncos Down Nevada, Earn Share of MW Title

RENO, Nev. - Joe Southwick threw two touchdown passes to lead No. 25/15 Boise State to a 27-21 victory over Nevada Saturday, at Mackay Stadium, earning the Broncos a share of the Mountain West Conference title. The victory improves the Broncos to 10-2 on the seaon, securing their seventh-consecutive 10-win season, the longest active streak in the country.

D.J. Harper ran for 130 yards for Boise State (10-2, 7-1) and the Broncos' defense put the clamps on a Nevada offense that was averaging 38 points per game.

Harper eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the season, the first time in his career he has accomplished the feat. He is the 12th player in school history to record a 1,000-yard season and it is the fourth-straight year Boise State has had a 1,000-yard rusher.

The Broncos held the Wolf Pack to 21 points, their fewest of the season. The Wolf Pack had scored 31-or-more in every game this season. Nevada is the fifth Bronco opponent this season to register its lowest scoring output of the season against Boise State.

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