Found September 15, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:

Tomorrow Boise State will be playing a nonconference game against Miami(Ohio). It will be their second of four nonconference games this season. Boise States first conference game will be against New Mexico later this month.

This will be the last season Boise State competes in the Mountain West Conference.

Next season Boise State moves on to play in the Big East.  Bronco fans should begin to take notice of the difference in style of play and competition Boise State will be facing next year.  Last night ,on ESPN College Football, two future opponents for Boise State played on National Television; the Scarlet Nights of Rutgers and the Bulls of South Florida.  It may be too early looking forward to next season but for fans on the east coast the only chance they thought they would ever see a Rutgers v. Boise State game was on Madden NCAA Football. 

 

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