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Boise State Athletics:
BOISE, Idaho – Boise State offensive tackle Nate Potter continues to be recognized for his outstanding play this season as the redshirt senior was named to the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) 2011 All-America team.
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Elk Grove HS OL Steven Moore (Elk Grove, CA) verbally committed to Arizona over the summer, but reopened his recruitment following the dismissal of Head Coach Mike Stoops. The talented O-lineman was in Boise this past weekend for an official visit & says he would like to make his college decision within the next couple weeks. So how did the visit go? He spoke to BroncoCountry...
BOISE, Idaho – Two more Football Bowl Subdivision All-America teams have been announced and Nate Potter, Matt Miller and Kellen Moore have pickup more postseason awards for Boise State.
The Boise State men's basketball team's five-game winning streak came to an end Saturday, as the Broncos fell to LSU 64-45 at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. The Broncos dropped to 8-2 on the season, while the Tigers improved to 6-3.
High-flying Boise State (8-1) visits the PMAC to give LSU one more fall-semester test.
Boise State 72, NM State 57
Valor Christian HS LB Andrew Pint (Highlands Ranch, CO) committed to Boise State back in August & will now look ahead to his college career as he and his teammates wrapped up a "three-peat" just last week. Pint's HS career has been a wild ride, from 4-6 as a freshman, to becoming the most dominant program in the state. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about going out...
Boise State used a strong second half to defeat New Mexico State 72-57 in a women's basketball game Sunday afternoon in Boise. Kati Isham, Kinzi Poteet and Heather Pilcher combined for 46 points to lead the Broncos to the win.
Boise State (5-4) closes a five-game homestand this weekend when the Broncos host New Mexico State (1-7) at 2:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Dec. 11, in Taco Bell Arena.
Summit HS CB Donte Deayon (Fontana, CA) verbally committed to Boise State over the summer and is currently gearing up for the CIF Championship Game against Heritage. The future Bronco has been a playmaker on both sides of the ball, dominating on both offense and defense. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about the upcoming championship game and his future as a Bronco.
The New Mexico State women's basketball team fell 72-57 to Boise State inside the Broncos' Taco Bell Arena Sunday afternoon.
Well, tonight's game with Boise State has certain significance to it. It's probably one that people like me and media types care more about than the players on the two teams and yes, even the coaches of the teams involved.
Without Stringer and Isaac, LSU clamps down on high-scoring Boise State and heats up offensively on the way to a 64-45 victory.
The New Mexico State women's basketball team (1-7) looks to extend its series win streak to five games against Boise State (5-4) on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. inside the Broncos' Taco Bell Arena.