Found November 25, 2012 on
The Blue Turf:
While I was the only one in the wilderness who saw this coming two weeks ago now that it’s here
The BCS boys will be praying to the football Gods for Boise State to pull their arse out of the fire, so let me cut to the chase with the now announced ABC broadcast at 3:30 est; the powers that be want as many voting eyes on the sets to see Boise State display their goods to spare them the finical failure a MAC team would bring to the systems.
I'll be working on a new one tonight!
Boise State with a win over Nevada will be headed to the Feista Bowl for a meeting with the Big 12 champs either K State (f a game that should have been played last year in the Sugar bowl) , or a rematch with Oklahoma; with Kansas playing at home and Oklahoma playing @ TCU my money is on KSU being the match up.
I know many in Bronco Nation would take offense to Boise State jumping or even the slightest appearance that they jump a little sister of the poor, but consider this first. MAC school fan ba...
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First off its a soft #15 how soft is it? Boise State 479 votes. Well UCLA is only 34 points back of us while two loss Clemson @ #14
Last week N. Illinois was 94 points and 1 spot behind Boise State today they are 102 points and 3 spots back. Kent State was 157 points back & 3 spots today only a 142 points back but 4 spots back.
If the Harris poll continues to be more favorable...
BroncoCountry.com has confirmed that standout St. Louis School (Honolulu, HI), Defensive Lineman Kamalei Correa, has committted to Boise State. Correra, (6'3 240) had offers from numerous teams, including Big12, Pac12, and MWC, but his decision came down to Boise State and Utah. He tripped to Boise State last weekend and told Scout.com he'd probably come to a decision after...
The Hun School DE/OL Hunter Knighton (Princeton, NJ) picked up an offer from Boise State just a couple weeks ago & was in Boise last weekend for an official visit. He described the visit as a "nice surprise" and while different from New Jersey, it certainly made Boise State a contender for his services. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his visit to The Blue & more.
St. Louis School LB/DL Kamalei Correa (Honolulu, HI) had narrowed his list to Utah & Boise State heading into his visit to The Blue just last weekend. The Bronco coaching staff did an excellent job of showing Correa where he would fit in the program & received his commitment just a couple days later. So, what put Boise State over the top? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about...