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Linebacker Pint to transfer out of Boise State football program

Sophomore linebacker Andrew Pint has decided to transfer out of the Boise State football program. He has not decided on a destination. He was one of nine returning scholarship linebackers competing for two lineup spots. "I just want to get a fresh start somewhere that I can make a big impact," Pint said via text message. Pint is from Highlands Ranch, Colo. He was suspended...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

NCAA stops Boise St. from aiding homeless football player

On June 6, the Boise State Broncos will welcome incoming freshman football player Antoine Turner to campus for the start of summer school. In the meantime, Turner will be spending his nights in motel rooms and his girlfriend's car because the NCAA won't allow Boise State (or its supporters) to help the young man out.A local television station recently did a news segment about...
Via Bush League Chronicle
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Preseason All-Mountain West Conference Team

The 2014 Preseason All-Mountain West Conference Team by College Football Universe is posted with first team selections and honorable mentions. Fresno State hauled in the most first team players with six.  The rest of the first team is more dispersed with 9-of-14 schools represented. Utah State landed the next most first team players with four followed by Boise State and Colorado...
Via College Football Universe
May 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Boise St. Coaches on Broncos: The Recruiting Cavalry is Coming!

College football recruiting is, in many ways, a ridiculously silly game. That’s why we like when certain coaches and institutions embrace the absurdity and have some fun with it. Enter Chris Petersen and the Boise St. Broncos football coaching staff. Petersen and his crew jumped on horseback to announce their intent to scour Idaho and make its best Broncos. What  else would you...
Via Legend of Cecilio Guante
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Boise State football coaches saddle up for recruiting trip

Boise State's coaches decided to saddle up the horses to impress high school football recruits around the state of Idaho.
Via Gamedayr
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

USC's Jalen Greene using first spring to get on target

LOS ANGELES -- Jalen Greene didn't need much persuading when USC came knocking. "They didn't really have to sell much," the USC true freshman quarterback said. Greene, an early enrollee, was a longtime Boise State commit. He took extra classes during the fall so that he could graduate from Serra High School early and join head coach Chris Petersen and company on...
Via Fox Sports West
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Boise State RB Baltazar transfers to Wazzu

Chris Petersen and a handful of assistants moved from Boise State to the state of Washington this offseason to take over the Huskies football program. Another individual with Broncos ties has now moved on to the same state as well, albeit a couple of hundred miles to the east. Washington State confirmed recent speculation regarding Aaron Baltazar, with the school announcing in...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Boise State Football: 5 Biggest Questions Heading Into 2014

It used to be the gospel that when you talked about Boise State football, you talked about a blue carpet on campus and Chris Petersen at the controls of the Broncos offense.Now, the blue carpet remains, several good college players make a living in the NFL, and Petersen left his cushy job in the Potato State for Washington - taking his offensive firepower with him. Enter the Bryan...
Via Football Nation
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Baker headlines Petersen's 1st class at Washington

Chris Petersen landed a gem to cap his first recruiting class at Washington. Five-star defensive back Budda Baker, The Associated Press Washington state player of the year, was the top recruit to commit to Petersen and the Huskies during national signing day on Wednesday. Baker announced his commitment on local television on Tuesday night and then confirmed it on Wednesday morning...
Via AP on Fox
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Boise State DT Mataele back on scholarship; eligible in 2015

After sitting out the entire 2013 season following a school sanctioned suspension Boise State will welcome back defensive tackle Deuce Mataele. Mataele was set to return to the football program for practices in 2014, but he will not be eligible to play for the Broncos until 2015 according to the NCAA. He will have one final year of eligibility on scholarship. According to The Idaho...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Another recruit follows Chris Petersen to Washington

It was last summer when Will Dissly, a defensive lineman from Bozeman (Mont.) High, first met then-Boise State coach Chris Petersen. In early December, Dissly felt comfortable enough with Petersen and the Boise State coaching staff that he made a commitment to the Broncos. Even after Petersen left for Washington, the Huskies’ new coach didn’t stop recruiting Dissly, who had...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Petersen opts for continuity on Washington staff

New Washington coach Chris Petersen decided continuity and familiarity were what he wanted with his first coaching staff. Petersen joked Tuesday that having a solid coaching staff is one of the things that has kept him up at night. But his decision on the assistants he hired at Washington should make the transition from Boise State smoother for everyone involved. Eight of the nine...
Via AP on Fox
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Boise State QB takes polygraph to prove he didn't pee off balcony

Via msn.foxsports.com
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State's Southwick Not Happy Being Sent Home...

((HT: KTVB-TV))Boise State QB Joe Southwick was sent home two days before the Hawai'i Bowl for what was alleged as (something along the line of) peeing off a hotel balcony...A Boise State spokesman confirmed that both Southwick and redshirt freshman quarterback Nick Patti missed the Broncos Friday afternoon practice due to "team violations."Patti has since been reinstated...
Via Online Sports Guys
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State QB says he missed bowl game because of false accusations

Boise State University quarterback Joe Southwick said he was unfairly dismissed from the Hawaii Bowl, arguing he was falsely accused of urinating from a hotel balcony. Southwick, a senior who was sent home Friday by interim head coach Bob Gregory shortly after the team arrived in Hawaii, took a polygraph test after arriving in Boise in his bid to prove his innocence, KTVB reported...
Via AP on Fox
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State QB Joe Southwick Sent Home From Hawaii For Allegedly…Urinating

Sunday, it was announced that Boise State senior quarterback Joe Southwick had been sent home from Hawaii (where the Broncos will play their bowl game against Oregon State) for what was deemed to be a “violation of team rules.” While the school has stayed mum about what exactly that violation constituted, Southwick himself is now talking. He claims he’s been accused, falsely...
Via College Spun
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State QB Joe Southwick denies urinating off hotel balcony

If we are to believe suspended Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick, it wasn’t him that peed off the balcony of the team’s hotel in Hawaii. A polygraph believes him, but no officials at the school do. Actually, the school isn’t…Read more →
Via The Victory Formation
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick denies accusations of public urination in Hawaii.

Joe Southwick, Photo via Idaho Statesman.Boise State senior quarterback Joe Southwick is denying allegations that he urinated off a hotel balcony in Hawaii. The allegations led to Southwick being suspended fby the school or the Dec. 24 Hawaii Bowl, and sent back home to Boise."I actually reached out multiple times to certain people in the Boise State administration, saying...
Via Shirts With Random Triangles
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State sends starting QB Southwick home after suspending him

Boise State sent home quarterback Joe Southwick on Friday and reinstated backup Nick Patti. After the two quarterbacks were suspended from practice Friday for violating team rules, Broncos interim head coach Bob Gregory said that Southwick was sent home for his violation and that Patti was reinstated for practice and the Hawaii Bowl on Tuesday against Oregon State. Boise State declined...
Via AP on Fox
December 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State sends home Southwick

Boise State sent home quarterback Joe Southwick on Friday and reinstated backup Nick Patti. After the two quarterbacks were suspended from practice Friday for violating team rules, Broncos interim head coach Bob Gregory said that Southwick was sent home for his violation and that Patti was reinstated for practice and the Hawaii Bowl on Tuesday against Oregon State. Boise State declined...
Via AP on Fox
December 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State Hires Bryan Harsin to replace Chris Petersen

Boise State’s coaching search has ended with a familiar name taking over for Chris Petersen. After one season at Arkansas State, Bryan Harsin...
Via Athlon Sports
December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Boise State accepts invite to Hawaii Bowl

Boise State has accepted an invitation to play in the Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve. The Broncos' opponent for the game at Aloha Stadium has not yet been announced. Boise State went 8-4 this season under coach Chris Petersen, who was hired last week as head coach of Washington. Assistant head coach Bob Gregory, who has been with the Broncos for five seasons, was named interim...
Via AP on Fox
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Petersen a home run for Huskies

The University of Washington made a major splash in the college football world by announcing its hiring of Boise State’s Chris Petersen as the school’s new head coach. Such a hire has been universally lauded by pundits across the country as a tremendous coup for the program, one which loudly announces the Huskies’ presence as a force to be reckoned with in the coming years...
Via In The Neutral Zone
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Chris Petersen officially named new head coach at Washington

Chris Petersen is the new head football coach at Washington, the school announced today. Petersen replaces Steve Sarkisian, who left earlier this week to become the head coach at USC. Petersen also was a candidate for the USC job. “On behalf of the University of Washington and the entire Husky Nation, I am proud to […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Blue in Boise: Petersen’s exit creates another vacancy

Some very surprising news came out this morning regarding the Washington Huskies’ search for a new head coach, as Joe Schad reported that longtime Boise State head coach Chris Petersen has agreed to a deal to replace Steve Sarkisian in Seattle. Petersen’s tenure at Boise State was nothing short of spectacular, as the former Broncos’ offensive coordinator took over following...
Via isportsweb.com
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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