Moments after Ian Johnson scored the winning two-point conversion in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, Boise State center Jadon Dailey (69) fell to the field and relished the victory. Peak Broadcasting announced Wednesday that Dailey will be the color analyst on KIDO's radio broadcasts of Boise State football games this fall.
Moments after Ian Johnson scored the winning two-point conversion in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, Boise State center Jadon Dailey (69) fell to the field and relished the victory. Peak Broadcasting announced Wednesday that Dailey will be the color analyst on KIDO's radio broadcasts of Boise State football games this fall. Joe Jaszewski / The Idaho Statesman file photo
Moments after Ian Johnson scored the winning two-point conversion in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, Boise State center Jadon Dailey (69) fell to the field and relished the victory. Peak Broadcasting announced Wednesday that Dailey will be the color analyst on KIDO's radio broadcasts of Boise State football games this fall. Joe Jaszewski / The Idaho Statesman file photo
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