I started putting this together for Sunday Sports Extra expecting to find something not so pretty, comparing rushing from Boise State’s wide receivers to that of the running backs since the beginning of October.
Boise State coach Bryan Harsin probably should have left well enough alone Monday. But since he didn’t, addressing the griping on Twitter and coining the now-viral term “Twittiots,” here we go.
It could be considered a “fantastic finish” in the Albertsons Stadium history book—a missed field goal in overtime by Wyoming to send Boise State storming onto the field with a crucial 20-17 victory. But it was so unnecessary that it got that far.
What is happening in the stands at Albertsons Stadium this season? Boise State is averaging 34,105 fans per game in a year when the home schedule was missing marquee opponents.
There’s only one ball to go around. Boise State wishes there were at least two, because it has a pair of wide receivers who generally make something happen any time they touch it.
From a Group of 5 perspective, the first College Football Playoff rankings of the season weren’t too surprising Tuesday night.
The player who coach Bryan Harsin seems to be the most excited about coming out of the win at San Jose State is Andrew Van Buren.
Before going into the idiosyncrasies of Boise State’s 52-42 comeback win at San Jose State, let’s look at the Broncos’ ever-underappreciated big picture.
This week it’s been all about San Jose State’s Josh Love and his unexpected rise to top three status among Mountain West quarterbacks.
Happy Halloween. Which brings up a place that has been a house of horrors (or close to it) for Boise State in autumns past.