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Broncos move up one spot to No. 14 in both polls after CSU win

Highlights of Boise State's win against Colorado State

The No. 15 Boise State football team sputtered at times Saturday against Colorado State at Albertsons Stadium. The Broncos fell behind for the first time this season before scoring 28 straight points on their way to a 28-23 win.
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The No. 15 Boise State football team sputtered at times Saturday against Colorado State at Albertsons Stadium. The Broncos fell behind for the first time this season before scoring 28 straight points on their way to a 28-23 win.

Coming off a 28-23 win over Colorado State on Saturday at Albertsons Stadium, the Boise State football team moved up to No. 14 in the Associated Press and Amway Coaches polls Sunday.

The Broncos (6-0 overall, 3-0 Mountain West) are still three spots behind Houston (6-1), coming off a 38-31 win over Tulsa that required a stop on the goal line as time expired. Two other Group of Five conference teams are ranked in the AP poll: Western Michigan (No. 20) and Navy (No. 25). Check out the full AP poll here and the coaches poll here.

Boise State has a quick turnaround, as it hosts BYU (4-3) at 8:15 p.m. Thursday on ESPN.

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Here’s how I voted:

1. Alabama

2. Ohio State

3. Michigan

4. Clemson

5. Washington

6. Texas A&M

7. Louisville

8. Nebraska

9. Wisconsin

10. Baylor

11. Florida State

12. Arkansas

13. Boise State

14. West Virginia

15. Houston

16. Florida

17. Oklahoma

18. Tennessee

19. Utah

20. Western Michigan

21. Auburn

22. LSU

23. Navy

24. Colorado

25. Washington State

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Links to our coverage from Saturday’s game:

Game story: Boise State survives CSU behind magnificent McNichols

Boise State pays homage to 2007 Fiesta champs in game, at halftime

Broncos struggle to get going minus Wilson

How the Broncos got their points against the Rams

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