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Boise State University Football Schedule
Mon, Sept 6th, 2010 — @ Virginia Tech
Sat, Sept 18th, 2010 — @ Wyoming
Sat, Sept 25th, 2010 — Oregon State
Sat, Oct 2nd, 2010 — @ New Mexico
Sat, Oct 9th, 2010 — Toledo
Sat, Oct 16th, 2010 — @ San Jose St
Tue, Oct 26th, 2010 — Louisiana Tech
Sat, Nov 6th, 2010 — Hawaii
Fri, Nov 12th, 2010 — @ Idaho
Fri, Nov 19th, 2010 — Fresno State
Fri, Nov 26th, 2010 — @ Nevada
Sat, Dec 4th, 2010 — Utah State
Boise State University Football News
- Most likely BCS playoff scenario -- four teams, semifinals off campus
Let's say the BCS goes with a four-team playoff. Where would the semifinals be played? Brett McMurphy says after mulling the pluses and minuses, the sport's power brokers are leaning toward neutral sites.
- Spring Practice Dates
Spring Practice Dates
- 3/3 Recruiting Roundup
3/3 Recruiting Roundup
- BCS founding father Kramer in favor of amendment to system
Roy Kramer knows 'there isn't a perfect system.' But the man who invented the BCS still has ideas about how to make it better. Dennis Dodd says the game's leaders could do worse than listen to Kramer.
- Report: Utah St, others candidates for new league
Report: Utah St, others candidates for new league
Boise State University Info
BSU was originally founded as Boise Junior College in 1932 and was sponsored by the Episcopal Church. Regional accreditation was approved in 1941 and four-year status was approved in 1965. Boise Junior College officially entered the state system of higher education in 1969 as Boise State College and adopted its current name in 1974.
Gene Bleymaier turned Boise State into a national player. Hired as the athletic director in 1982, Bleymaier installed the iconic blue turf, moved the Broncos into the Football Bowl Subdivision and hired a succession of coaches who pushed the program to a higher level than the man before him.
Chris Petersen took the Broncos to the masses. It was his creative, entertaining offense that caught the nation’s attention early in the 2000s. It was his guts that made the Broncos so endearing when they won the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, in his rookie year as a head coach. And it’s his strong, steady leadership that has lifted the Broncos into the elite with a 49-4 record, two Fiesta Bowl titles and two Top 5 finishes in four seasons at the helm.
Bronco Stadium is the home of Boise State University football and the Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl, held each December. The stadium was expanded to 30,000 seats prior to the start of the 1997 football season. The two-year expansion project raised the seating total from 22,600 to 30,000 seats. Included in the $10 million project is the additional seating in the southwest and southeast corners, construction of the Allen Noble Hall of fame gallery and completion of the Larry and Marianne Williams Plaza.
Bronco Stadium is also home to the only blue Astro Turf in the World. The current turf is the new “Astro Play” which was installed during the summer of 2002. It’s also the third blue field at the stadium. Boise State established a first in 1986 by installing the first blue Astro Turf field. The second blue Astro Turf was installed in 1995. Other schools have special color projects for the end zone area, but Boise State is the first to have the entire field produced in a special color. There have been two previous green Astro Turf fields installed prior to 1986. The first was during the original construction of the current stadium in 1970, with the second installed prior to the 1978 season.