On Saturday, Boise State is honoring its undefeated 2006 team that capped off its season with a win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl.
And the Broncos on the field will be doing their part, wearing the same uniform combination they wore Jan. 1, 2007, complete with the old logo on the helmets. Boise State will don the blue helmets, white jerseys and orange pants for the 8:15 p.m. game against Colorado State. It is the first time the Broncos will have white jerseys at home since the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl against Boston College.
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I wrote today about how the Broncos are right back in the lead for a major bowl game, just as they were 10 years ago, including a note on some of the festivities surrounding the Fiesta Bowl celebration and homecoming this week.
Check out video from Boise State coach Bryan Harsin and coordinators Zak Hill and Andy Avalos above, too.