Posted by Dave Southorn on September 18, 2014
The Boise Hawks will have a new parent club next season the Colorado Rockies.
An official announcement is expected Friday. A source close to the situation confirmed the Player Development Contract agreement Thursday night. The length of the agreement was not known.
On Sept. 11, the short-season Single A Hawks' PDC with the Chicago Cubs expired, ending an affiliation that began in 2001. Colorado had been affiliated with fellow Northwest League members, the Tri-City Dust Devils, since 1992, dating to when the team was based in Bend, Ore., which then moved to Portland in 1995 and finally Tri-City in 2001.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 17, 2014
Boesen, a redshirt freshman, moved from nickel to defensive end while redshirting last year. He has three sacks in the last two games for the Broncos.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 16, 2014
Houston athlete Darrell Stewart had a huge game to give Nimitz High its first win, while quarterback commit Brett Rypien threw four TDs.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 14, 2014
Malek Harwell, a 6-foot-4 senior guard from Century High in Pocatello, turned down Colorado and Wyoming, among others, to be the Broncos' first 2015 commitment.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 12, 2014
The Boise State men's basketball team will open the 2014-15 season at the LMU Classic on Los Angeles on Nov. 14, with the home opener Nov. 18 against Montana.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 10, 2014
The Broncos have been forced to adjust because of injuries to some key players in the defensive backfield.
Posted by Dave Southorn on September 9, 2014
Taking a look at the Boise State football team's 2015 commitments and how they've fared thus far. QB Brett Rypien is off to a white-hot start with eight TD passes in one game.