Posted by Dave Southorn on July 30, 2015
The Mountain West football media days wrapped up Wednesday at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas with the Mountain Division teams. Here is a recap of what the five coaches outside of Boise State had to say:
Matt Wells, Utah State coach
– Wells and the Aggies get back sixth-year senior quarterback Chuckie Keeton, no doubt a boost in a league that is bereft of big names at the position. "Next year you're going to ask me what it's like to graduate Chuckie Keeton, so let's enjoy it while we've got him," Wells said. "I think it calms the other 10 guys down is what it does. They look to Chuckie as a guy that's been there, done that. He's going to start five straight season openers. He's a tremendous leader."
Posted by Dave Southorn on July 24, 2015
The in-state rivals have met every year since 1971, but that streak is likely to end.
Posted by Dave Southorn on July 9, 2015
Posted by Dave Southorn on July 2, 2015
A marquee opponent is headed to Taco Bell Arena next season to face the Boise State men’s basketball team, the Idaho Statesman has learned.
Posted by Dave Southorn on June 26, 2015
Broncos pick up three defenders Friday, giving them seven commits in a week
Posted by Dave Southorn on June 25, 2015
Boise State men's basketball center Kevin Allen is leaving the Broncos, and will transfer to Emporia State in Kansas.
Posted on June 24, 2015
The Mountain West announced its 2015-16 conference basketball schedules Wednesday. For the Boise State men, it means avoiding a place that hasn't been kind to the Broncos lately.