Located in Boise, Idaho the Boise State Broncos are a collegiate athletic program that represents Boise State University. Boise State’s intercollegiate program, which is primarily a member of the Mountain West Conference, has seven men’s and 11 women’s teams. Men’s teams include football, basketball, cross-country, golf, tennis, track and field, and wrestling. Women’s teams include basketball, cross-country, golf, gymnastics, sand volleyball, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, and volleyball. Boise State’s main rivals are the University of Nevada, Fresno State, and BYU. Since joining the Mountain West Conference, Boise State regularly plays each of these teams. Boise State and the University of Idaho have a long, historic in-state rivalry, but that rivalry is only limited to a few sports. Boise State and Idaho have not played each other in football since the 2010 season due to some extracurricular activities.
Boise State is best known for its football and wrestling programs. Boise State’s football program is one of the most successful programs in college football. Boise State has the third highest historical winning percentage, only trailing Notre Dame and Michigan. Eight coaches have led Boise State to ten or more victories over 21 different seasons. Boise State boasts an impressive 10-5 record in bowl games and is a perfect 3-0 in the Fiesta Bowl. Boise State’s success is synonymous with its ‘blue turf’ at Albertsons Stadium. “The Blue” is the only non-green playing surface in the Football Bowl Subdivision. Since 1999, Boise State is an astounding 98-4 at home and have current home winning streak of 12 games. Despite all of their successes, Boise State only has one NCAA team national championship, which occurred in 1980. Only one Boise State alumnus, Dave Wilcox, is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Boise State’s football program receives a lot of national attention, but its wrestling program has been even more successful. Boise State has won 16 total conference championships, has had 20 individual All-Americans, and 5 Top-10 NCAA team finishes through its history.
Boise State’s mascot is ‘Buster Bronco’, which features a person in a brown costume with a large head and an open mouth. Buster Bronco wears a #0 football jersey to football games and a #54 basketball jersey to basketball games. The idea of having a Bronco as a mascot originated in 1932 and has been featured in Capital One’s Mascot of the Year voting.
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Boise State Broncos News
5-27-15: The Boise State men's basketball team were among 10 NCAA schools that received perfect single-year APR grades during the 2015 school year. The APR, or Academic Progress Rate, tracks each student's academic scholarship standing and also accounts for eligibility, retention and graduation.
9-22-14: The Broncos beat up on Louisiana-Lafayette 34-9 Saturday. The Ragin' Cajuns had 67 yards rushing on 23 attempts. Boise enters the week ranked No. 2 in the country in rushing defense, having allowed only 214 yards in four games. Opponents are averaging only 1.8 yards per carry. The Boise defense will have a test this week as they travel to Air Force. The Falcons are ranked 16th nationally in rushing offense, averaging 335 yards per game.
9-14-15: It wasn't the prettiest of wins, but the Boise State Broncos traveled across the country and defeated UConn, 38-21. With the win, Boise State improves to 2-1 on the season. Boise only had 292 total yards for the game. QB Grant Hedrick went 19 for 27 for 233 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught a touchdown pass on a trick play from wide receiver Matt Miller. The Boise defense held UConn to 48 yards rushing and sacked Huskie quarterbacks eight times. Boise will take on Louisiana-Lafayette this weekend.
9-9-14: Boise State senior wide receiver Matt Miller broke Austin Pettis’ school record for career receptions during Saturday night’s 37-24 win over Colorado State. Miller reached 230 receptions with a 37-yard reception late in the third quarter. Miller would finish the game with eight catches, 151 yards and a touchdown. He now needs only 241 yards to break Titus Young’s career record for receiving yards. Boise will travel across the country to Connecticut to square off with UConn this weekend.
9-4-14: For the second straight year, Boise State lost their season opener spoiling the debut of new head coach Bryan Harsin. The Broncos struggled mightily with Ole Miss last Saturday losing 35-13. Quarterback Grant Hedrick was terrible in the contest. Hedrick went 36 of 46 for 264 yards and a touchdown, but he was also picked off four times. Boise had a shot to win this game since they only trailed 7-6 going into the fourth quarter, but the Rebels scored 28 points in the final 12 minutes of the game to seal the victory. Look for Boise to rebound next week when they host Colorado State in their home opener.
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2015 Boise State Broncos Football Schedule
09/04/2015 - Boise State Broncos vs Washington Huskies at Albertsons Stadium (Formerly Bronco Stadium)
09/12/2015 - BYU Cougars vs Boise State Broncos at Lavell Edwards Stadium
09/18/2015 - Boise State Broncos vs Idaho State Bengals at Albertsons Stadium (Formerly Bronco Stadium)
09/25/2015 - Virginia Cavaliers vs Boise State Broncos at Scott Stadium
10/03/2015 - Boise State Broncos vs Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at Albertsons Stadium (Formerly Bronco Stadium)
10/10/2015 - Colorado State Rams vs Boise State Broncos at Hughes Stadium - CO
10/16/2015 - Utah State Aggies vs Boise State Broncos at Romney Stadium
10/24/2015 - Boise State Broncos vs Wyoming Cowboys at Albertsons Stadium (Formerly Bronco Stadium)
10/31/2015 - UNLV Rebels vs Boise State Broncos at Sam Boyd Stadium
11/14/2015 - Boise State Broncos vs New Mexico Lobos at Albertsons Stadium (Formerly Bronco Stadium)
11/20/2015 - Boise State Broncos vs Air Force Falcons at Albertsons Stadium (Formerly Bronco Stadium)
11/27/2015 - San Jose State Spartans vs Boise State Broncos at Spartan Stadium - CA