Our Boise State Broncos have not played a game since November 21st when they defeated Hawaii 40-32. The games against San Jose and UNLV were both cancelled due to the pandemic and yet the Broncos can still end up playing in the Mountain West Conference Championship Game. How is this possible? simple math and a much needed win, basically if the Broncos beat the Wyoming Cowboys they will be guaranteed a spot in the championship game. How likely is it that Saturday's game will actually happen?

At his weekly press conference Coach Harsin said "I'm very confident we'll play this game, We want to play, Wyoming wants to play. I feel very confident about where we are."

So which bronco team should we expect to see? And what must they focus on to win in  Laramie? Harsin said :

"We're going there to win, that's the goal, so we have to prepare to make sure that we do that. And if you win, like I've said before, you control your destiny when you win games."

The reality of it is that the Broncos should have this one in the bag. The Cowboys just got beat by the NM Lobos who were down to their 5th string quarterback. If the team that is (1-5 MW) can beat them so can we. The Cowboys are not ready to lay down and their head coach made it very clear that they have work to do if they expect to beat BSU.

"We certainly have got to lick our wounds - we need to address our issues and learn from them." Bohl added "A lot to play for,"

Cross your fingers and get ready to cheer the Broncos on in another championship game. Check out the game day info below compliments of ktvb.

Boise State (4-1, 4-0 MW) at Wyoming (2-3, 2-3 MW)

ON TV

The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network (Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray), which can be found on the following channels:

  • Sparklight: Channel 139 / 1139 (HD)
  • DirecTV: Channel 221
  • Dish Network: Channel 158
  • Cox: Channel 234"

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