The Super Bowl is over, the controversy continues, Adam Levine is still a ladies dream and are you ready for College Football yet? Boise - State!

I realized it's only been weeks since the National Championship game and the upset of Alabama. I get it but with the NFL season ending I'm already anticipating 2019 and our Bronco Nation 🏈The season will begin with the toughest of the season in Florida. Let's peep the schedule.

The Boise State Broncos open their 2019 season off against ACC opponent, the Florida State Seminoles. BSU opens this as their first game of the season and on the road in Jacksonville. This will be no easy task considering ESPN is reporting the loss of the dynamic duo in Bret Rypien and running back Alexander Mattison graduating. Who's up next? Who will be the future of Boise State Football?

I was looking at the schedule and this will be a challenging season for the Broncos and the fans. Bronco Nation can be timid after a few losses and we see that in attendance. If the Broncos aren't winning then nobody is showing up to games and we saw that in the Mountain West Championship in which the analyst mentioned it. Sad but true.

BSU will be challenged by road games against BYU, San Jose State, Utah State and Colorado State. The final two games are on the road and definitely not cupcakes for the Broncos. We don't even know what the offense is going to look like. Who knows what coaches will be even standing sideline this Summer. Panic mode? Nah, I wouldn't' worry too much. I still remember Coach Peterson announcing a redshirt Freshman by the name of Kellen Moore. We know how that turned out. The "J-Train" took home a Super Bowl trophy with the Eagles in 2018 and the list goes on. Next man up is always a mantra.

Keep checking back for updates to schedules and coaching announcements. Here's the current schedule for 2019.

  • August 31, 2019, at Florida State
  • September 7, 2019, vs Marshall @Bronco Stadium
  • September 14, 2019, vs Portland State @Bronco Stadium
  • September 21, 2019, vs Air Force @Bronco Stadium
  • October 5, 2019, at UNLV
  • October 12, 2019, vs Hawaii @Bronco Stadium
  • October 19, 2019, at BYU
  • November 2, 2019, at San Jose State
  • November 9, 2019, vs Wyoming @Bronco Stadium
  • November 16, 2019, vs New Mexico @Bronco Stadium
  • November 23, 2019, at Utah State
  • November 30, 2019, at Colorado State
  • December 7, 2019, Mountain West Championship Game (TBA)