Tomorrow, football season finally kicks off for the Boise State Broncos as the team is looking to improve off of last year’s 9-4 season.
Last season was the difference maker for Boise State on defense, forcing 31 turnovers. They also had 22 interceptions and recovered 9 fumbles.
That is thrown out the window as this is a new season, and Coach Harsin knows that playing on the road in an environment that they aren’t used to could give the team some challenges.
“They are going to have a big O-Line. There going to run the ball inside and they will have tight ends that will be involved in the run game. I think to go into the first game there is always a bit of unknown, how are they and how are we. I think on both sides what are you adjustments going to be certainly that's something we have to be prepared for,” said, Head Coach Bryan Harsin.