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Boise State Drops Contest to #21 SDSU After Strong Start

Boise State entered San Diego (also not a state) absolutely needing a win to have a shot at a conference championship game appearance. They were unable to complete step 1. Things got off to a great start for Boise State as they got on the board first. The Broncos and Aztecs traded a few possessions before Boise State moved the ball 69 (nice) yards on six plays. The drive culminated with a touchdown pass from Bachmeier to Very Tall Person, Kurt Rafdal, from 20 yards out for his first career touchdown.
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Idaho Statesman

Instant analysis: Second-half collapse leaves Boise State out of title game running

Final score: No. 22 San Diego State 27, Boise State 16. Records: Boise State 7-5, 5-3. San Diego State 11-1, 7-1. Why the Broncos lost: Boise State started fast, jumping out to a 16-3 lead, but the offense went dormant late in the second quarter and the Broncos couldn’t recover. They managed just 54 yards of offense in the third quarter, while San Diego State was busy completing a 24-0 scoring run that began with a 29-yard touchdown catch by Jesse Matthews just before halftime. Quarterback Hank Bachmeier was intercepted twice and almost had three more passes picked off. He also took a beating. The Aztecs sacked him three times and hit him more times than he or his coaches care to count. Jack Sears came into the game in the fourth quarter and was sacked on his first play. Sears also threw an interception.
BOISE, ID
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Blue Turf Perspective: Boise State vs San Diego State

Location: Carson, California (Dignity Health Sports Park) Head-to-Head: The Boise State and San Diego State football series is tied at three wins apiece. Each team has a two-game win streak in the series. San Diego State won the last matchup with a 19 – 13 win in 2018. The Broncos combined margin of defeat in their three losses is just 11 points.
SAN DIEGO, CA
CBS Sports

San Diego State vs. Boise State odds, line: 2021 college football picks, Week 13 predictions from proven model

The No. 21 San Diego State Aztecs and the Boise State Broncos renew their Mountain West Conference rivalry when they meet in a crossover matchup on Friday. The Aztecs (10-1, 6-1), who are looking for their first West Division title since 2019, have won three in a row since losing 30-20 to Fresno State on Oct. 30. The Broncos (7-4, 5-2), who have won four Mountain Division titles in a row, excluding 2020 when the conference had just one division due to COVID-19, are in a three-way tie for first in the division. San Diego State would win the West division with a victory. Boise State needs a victory and an Air Force loss to UNLV to win the Mountain division.
SAN DIEGO, CA
Bronco Sports

Boise State Back on The Blue to Face Wyoming

Boise State (5-4, 3-2 MW) Last Meeting: Boise State 17-9, Dec. 12, 2020 in Laramie, Wyo. TV: FS1 (PxP: Dan Hellie, Analyst: Petros Papadakis) Radio: Bronco Radio Network (PxP: Bob Behler, Analyst: Craig Lawson) Listen | Watch. Boise State plays at home for the first time since Oct. 16 when...
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KTVB

Boise State football: Controlling what they can control

Utah State and Air Force may not have cooperated Saturday night, but that doesn’t take away from Boise State’s ability to finish strong after its 23-13 win over Wyoming Friday night. The team that was 3-4 a month ago, leaving fans to wonder if there was so much as a bowl game in the cards in December, is now bowl-eligible and is one victory away from a 24th consecutive winning season. The Broncos’ early-season struggles may cost them a Mountain Division title, as the Aggies just need to beat Wyoming at home and New Mexico on the road the next two weeks to secure the crown after beating San Jose State. But in terms of setting the table for the future, this Boise State squad has been doing that since the bye week by making progress in every phase and gaining confidence, recapturing some of that old Broncos mojo.
BOISE, ID
KTVB

Boise State football: The pattern finally breaks

And just like that, Boise State is over .500 for the first time this season and has won three of its past four games. The Broncos took the upset of BYU and did it one better Saturday, rocking Fresno State 40-14 and silencing the Bulldogs’ first sellout crowd in seven years. The 26-point margin of victory was Boise State’s largest ever over a ranked opponent, besting the 26-3 win over Utah in the 2010 Las Vegas Bowl. The defense kept setting up the offense, and the offense kept cashing in. The offensive and defensive lines, often criticized this season for not being physical enough, played their best collective game of the season. There’s only one way to look at this team right now. The offense is getting genuinely better, the defense is getting genuinely better, and the coaching staff is getting genuinely better. Now it’s all about the finish.
BOISE, ID

Boise State Football Team Feeds The Needy [Photos]

The Boise Rescue Mission held its Thanksgiving Banquet Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise. The event allows homeless or working low-income families to receive a warm meal and a Thanksgiving food box that they can take home to reheat. The Mission event featured guests from the Star...
BOISE, ID
Bronco Sports

Boise State Athletics Launches 'What’s Next Initiative'

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State Athletics announced the official launch of the What's Next Initiative - a strategic roadmap to enhance the trajectory and sustainability of Bronco Athletics for years to come. As the landscape of college athletics continues to shift, the What's Next Initiative provides a multi-year plan to position Boise State as a leader in the industry by strengthening four key areas: infrastructure, revenue generation, student-athlete experience and marketability.
BOISE, ID
KTVB

Boise State football: Octavius the obelisk

The term “obelisk” relates to Octavius Evans in a couple of ways. Evans is a monument to tenacity and perseverance for sticking out his five-year career at Boise State. It started well enough, with a solid true freshman season in 2017 that produced 15 receptions and two touchdowns. Before the Spring Game in his sophomore year, Evans was awarded jersey No. 1, succeeding Cedrick Wilson. That was supposed to be a launching pad, but 2018 was injury-plagued for Evans. He had a grand total of two catches—and he played in five games, erasing his opportunity to take a redshirt year. Evans was back in 2019 but had only 19 receptions despite being an experienced junior. He played the first two games of the COVID-shortened 2020 season, but we didn’t see him again after that.
BOISE, ID
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