Boise State looks to finish off a perfect Mountain West Conference record

Posted at 4:24 PM, Nov 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-25 18:24:40-05

BOISE, Idaho — The Boise State Broncos are coming off their most complete game of the season as Boise State clobbered Utah State on the road 56-21.

That win earned the Broncos another home game on the blue as they will host Hawaii in the Mountain West Championship game, but first the Broncos have their sights set on Colorado State.

"The 2019 Broncos have a chance to do something that no other Boise State team has ever done, we can go undefeated in conference play," said Coach Bryan Harsin. "If that doesn't fire you up as a competitor something is wrong and we want to finish this game."

Perhaps a little extra motivation will help the Broncos not overlook Colorado State as they know they have the Mountain West Championship in two weeks.

"It is crazy that we can still achieve something like that," said Curtis Weaver. "Our goal is the New Years' Six Bowl and the championship but we want to take one game at a time that is also our goal."

The Broncos still have a chance to earn a bid to the Cotton Bowl, Memphis and Cincinnati are the only two Group of Five teams ranked ahead of Boise State in the polls and those two play each other this week, however, none of that matters if the Broncos don't take care of business on Friday.

BSU will play at Colorado State at 1:30 on Friday, tickets are also on sale for the Mountain West Championship Game the following Saturday with a rare afternoon kickoff on the blue at 2:00 p.m.