Mountain West Championship Returns to Boise This Weekend
It has been a couple of years since a game this important to the Boise State football program has been held on their very own blue turf--but now, it's reality and it's time for the Broncos to capitalize.
Boise State for years was THE "non-power" program in the nation, with several major bowl game wins and a ton of national exposure. The program encompassed everything that is "David" in a battle against Goliath or the "Cinderella" of college football. Those days have seemingly faded and while the Boise State brand is still well known from all of that exposure over a decade ago, now, the team is left trying to re-build their glory.
This season has been one unlike any other in recent history--an awful start, a coach fired mid-season, and now this return to victory which has been a welcomed surprise by Boise State fans. The team is even receiving vote to get back into the Top 25, which they have not done in years.
Now, it's all on the line at the end of the season, Boise State is playing for the conference title and they've earned the rights to do so at home.
Despite their success, Boise State has only on the Mountain West Conference three times since 2013, if can believe that. They won in 2014, 2017, and 2019. Gone are the days of the Broncos winning every year like they did in the WAC.
The game is going to be nationally televised as well, on FOX, and it will air at 2:00 p.m. this Saturday.
Remember, this game is at home so there will be plenty of seats up for grabs-- want to go? Check out tickets HERE. They start at just $35 each!
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