“Nevada’s always been a big game,” said Boise State coach Bryan Harsin Monday. “It still is.” He just has to impress that upon the legions of Broncos who aren’t aware. “They don’t know it like we know it,” he added.
The Boise State passing game broke new ground (at least in 2017 terms) last Saturday at Utah State. It was evident on the Broncos’ first play from scrimmage, when Brett Rypien hit not Cedrick Wilson, but A.J. Richardson for a 32-yard gain.