Boise State has been getting it done on the hardwood and while they haven't found themselves ranked in the Top 25 yet this season (or frankly, for a very long time), our own ExtraMile Arena is going to be home to a Top 25 program this weekend.

Utah State, ranked among the best teams in the nation will be visiting Boise in a major college basketball matchup. It has been so fun to watch Boise State head coach Leon Rice develop the program into one that can draw a cloud and make a run in the March Madness bracket!

Just this week, Boise State's Athletic Director was sharing with fans how important the atmosphere is for Boise State on the home court! 

Obviously, the louder the better! 

San Diego State, last year's National Runner Up just lost here in Boise in what was considered a bit of an upset by many and Boise State hopes to do the same with another high profile program on Saturday, January 27th at 2:00 p.m.

Since Jeramiah Dickey's call to action, officials are saying that the game is indeed a sellout.

While tickets may be in hand, fans can still hop onto Ticketmaster and grab some verified resale tickets, HERE.

Boise State's Most Underappreciated Star

Boise State seems to mean "football" for most, right? On a national stage, after all, it's the blue turf and the success that the Broncos have had on it that made the university a household name. What happens on the hardwood, however, is far from appreciated at the level that it should be. Leon Rice came to Boise State as a blessing from one of the most powerful basketball programs in the nation: Gonzaga University. Now, the winningest basketball coach in the history of the school seems to take immediate heat if the Broncos aren't in the Final Four. Spoiled by wins on the football field, fans seem to expect the same of the basketball program but when the investment in basketball is so much less than football--can you really have these types of expectations!?

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This Former Nampa Basketball Star is ESPN's Darling

It's not often that you see Sports Center re-run a single play as often as they did last night. The good folks at ESPN could not get enough of the dominating performance by one particular Texas Tech player who left it all on the court. His team defeated Baylor-- the defending National Champion and the only remaining undefeated team in the country this season.
Plot twist, this player has some serious Idaho ties-- with NO offers out of High School, Adonis Arms played in Nampa at Northwest Nazarene University where he gained the skill set and the reputation to make his way up to the big time stage.

Gallery Credit: Credit: Mateo, 103.5 KISS FM

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