The Boise State Broncos will carry their undefeated Mountain West record and their five-game win streak into a crucial road tilt at Colorado State this weekend. The Broncos have a perfect record against the Rams 6-0.
The end goal is getting to the Mountain West title game and if that team keeps winning they will have a chance to play for it. However, Coach Harsin's team's mindset is to not look ahead.
"We are trying to stay focus on the task at hand. It all sounds good but they have to actually do it,” said Head Coach Bryan Harsin.
The offense started the season rather slow and had a conservative play calling from offensive coordinator Zak Hill.
However, lately, the offense has put up some amazing numbers on the field. They had a season-high 479 yards of total offense and 10 different receivers made at least one catch against the Nevada Wolf Pack last week.
Hill says with so many players in the mix it gives him different options to go to.
"We ere are trying to be more diverse now that we are thru the middle portion of our season. A lot of the early games were some physical battles where we were running the football. We are starting to figure out what we are good at and we are just being a little bit more unpredictable," said Offensive Coordinator Zak Hill.