Boise State’s success against the Pac-12 could add another chapter Saturday when the Broncos take on Oregon State in Corvallis, Ore.
With a 9-3 record against the conference since 2006, Boise State has proven to be a thorn in the side year in and year out. Coming off a 31-28 win against Washington State on Sept. 10 and a subsequent bye, the Broncos are eager for another shot.
“It’s actually really big, because most people think we’re the underdog,” sophomore STUD Jabril Frazier said. “We just think of it like it’s the Pac-12 championship for us.”
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“We went extra hard,” Frazier said.
Frazier, who met with the media Wednesday, has started the first two games, making eight tackles, including a sack.
“There’s been times where I feel I could have done better, but I feel like I’ve been doing good,” Frazier said.
Here are the Broncos’ 12 games against the Pac-12 since 2006:
Sept. 7, 2006: vs. Oregon State (W, 42-14)
Sept. 8, 2007: at Washington (L, 24-10)
Sept. 20, 2008: at Oregon (W, 37-32)
Sept. 3, 2009: vs. Oregon (W, 19-8)
Sept. 25, 2010: vs. Oregon State (W, 37-24)
Dec. 22, 2011, Las Vegas Bowl: vs. Arizona State (W, 56-24)
Dec. 22, 2012, Las Vegas Bowl: vs. Washington (W, 28-26)
Aug. 31, 2013: at Washington (L, 38-6)
Dec. 24, 2013, Hawaii Bowl: vs. Oregon State (L, 38-23)
Dec. 31, 2014, Fiesta Bowl: vs. Arizona (W, 38-30)
Sept. 4, 2015: vs. Washington (W, 16-13)
Sept. 10, 2016: vs. Washington State (W, 31-28)