Boise State Broncos football


Boise State Broncos football

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The Boise State Broncos football program represents Boise State University in the Western Athletic Conference. The program attained a 13-0 season in 2006 capped by a memorable overtime win in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl against the Oklahoma Sooners. They finished the season as the only major undefeated college football team, yet became the first team since the 2004-2005 season with an unblemished record that did not receive a share of the National Championship.


=2008 Schedule =

CFB Schedule Entry
date = August 30
time = 6:00 PM
w/l = w
nonconf = yes
homecoming =
away =
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Idaho State
opprank =
site_stadium = Bronco Stadium
site_cityst = Boise, ID
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 49-7
overtime =
attend = 32,318
CFB Schedule Entry
date = September 13
time = 6:00 PM
w/l = w
nonconf = yes
homecoming =
away =
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Bowling Green
opprank =
site_stadium = Bronco Stadium
site_cityst = Boise, ID
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 20-7
overtime =
attend = 32,335
CFB Schedule Entry
date = September 20
time = 1:30 PM
w/l = w
nonconf = yes
homecoming =
away = yes
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Oregon
opprank =
site_stadium = Autzen Stadium
site_cityst = Eugene, OR
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 37-32
overtime =
attend = 58,713
CFB Schedule Entry
date = October 1
time = 6:00 PM
w/l = w
nonconf =
homecoming =
away =
neutral =
rank = 18
opponent = Louisiana Tech
opprank =
site_stadium = Bronco Stadium
site_cityst = Boise, ID
gamename =
tv = ESPN
score = 38-3
overtime =
attend = 32,071
CFB Schedule Entry
date = October 11
time = 6:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf = yes
homecoming =
away = yes
neutral =
rank = 16
opponent = Southern Miss
opprank =
site_stadium = M. M. Roberts Stadium
site_cityst = Hattiesburg, MS
gamename =
tv = CBSCS
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = October 17
time = 6:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away =
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Hawaiokinai
opprank =
site_stadium = Bronco Stadium
site_cityst = Boise, ID
gamename =
tv = ESPN
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = October 24
time = 7:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away = yes
neutral =
rank =
opponent = San José State
opprank =
site_stadium = Spartan Stadium
site_cityst = San Jose, CA
gamename =
tv = ESPN2
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = November 1
time = 5:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away = yes
neutral =
rank =
opponent = New Mexico State
opprank =
site_stadium = Aggie Memorial Stadium
site_cityst = Las Cruces, NM
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = November 8
time = 12:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away =
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Utah State
opprank =
site_stadium = Bronco Stadium
site_cityst = Boise, ID
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = November 15
time = 3:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away = yes
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Idaho
opprank =
site_stadium = Kibbie Dome
site_cityst = Moscow, ID
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = November 22
time = 2:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away = yes
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Nevada
opprank =
site_stadium = Mackay Stadium
site_cityst = Reno, NV
gamename =
tv = KTVB
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =
CFB Schedule Entry
date = November 28
time = 4:00 PM
w/l =
nonconf =
homecoming =
away =
neutral =
rank =
opponent = Fresno State
opprank =
site_stadium = Bronco Stadium
site_cityst = Boise, ID
gamename = Battle for the Milk Can
tv = ESPN2
score = 0-0
overtime =
attend =

Current coaching staff

Current players

*Ian Johnson (running back)

Honors

Retired Numbers

*12 - Jim McMillan - QB, 1971-1974

College Football Hall of Famers

Players

*Randy Trautman - DT, 1978-1981

Individual awards

AP All-Americans

*Ryan Clady, 2007 1st team all-American OT
*Ian Johnson, 2006 3rd team RB (1st team on SI, 2nd team on Sporting News)
*Tyler Jones, 2004 2nd team K
*Joe O'Brien, 1994 1st team DE
*Rashid Gayle, 1994 2nd team DB
*K.C. Adams, 1994 2nd team AP
*Frank Robinson, 1991 1st team CB
*Erik Helgeson, 1990 1st team & 1989 2nd team DE
*Peter Kwiatkowski, 1987 1st team DE
*Tom DeWitz, 1987 1st team & 1986 2nd team OG
*Markus Koch, 1985 1st team DE & 1983 1st team DT
*Carl Keever, 1984 1st team DE & 1982 1st team LB
*John Rade, 1982 1st team DE & 1981 2nd team LB
*Randy Trautman, 1981 & 1980 1st team DT
*Rick Woods, 1981 2nd team SS
*Kipp Bedard, 1981 2nd team WR
*Rodney Webster, 1981 2nd team TB
*Cedric Minter, 1980 2nd team & 1978 3rd team RB
*Joe Aliotti, 1979 1st team QB
*Doug Scott, 1979 1st team DT
*Bob McCauley, 1978 2nd team LB
*Mark Villano, 1978 3rd team OC
*Terry Hutt, 1977 1st team WR
*Harold Cotton, 1977 1st team OT
*Chris Malmgren, 1977 2nd team DT
*Jim McMillan, 1974 1st team QB
*Don Hutt, 1973 1st team WR
*Steve Svitak, 1969 1st team LB

Current NFL players

*Gerald Alexander - S, Detroit Lions
*Chris Carr - DB, Tennessee Titans
*Ryan Clady - OT, Denver Broncos
*Daryn Colledge - OG, Green Bay Packers
*Korey Hall - FB, Green Bay Packers
*Quintin Mikell - DB, Philadelphia Eagles
*Legedu Naanee - WR, San Diego Chargers
*Jeb Putzier - TE, Seattle Seahawks
*Orlando Scandrick - CB, Dallas Cowboys
*Derek Schouman - TE, Buffalo Bills


=Current CFL players=

*T.J. Acree - WR, Toronto Argonauts
*Ryan Dinwiddie - QB, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
*Cam Hall - S, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
*Quinton Jones - CB, Saskatchewan Roughriders

Other former football players

*Jon Francis - RB, 1982-1985
*David Hughes - RB, 1977-1980
*Bryan Johnson - FB, 1996-1999
*Markus Koch - DL, 1982-1985
*Brad Lau - FB, 2003-2006
*Cedric Minter - RB, 1977-1980
*John Rade - LB, 1979-1982
*Marty Tadman - S, 2004-2007
*Randy Trautman - DT, 1978-1981

External links

* [http://www.broncosports.com/SportSelect.dbml?SPID=4061&DB_OEM_ID=9900 Boise State University - football homepage]
* [http://www.bronconation.net Bronco Nation - "The Pride & Commitment of Boise State Fans"]
* [http://mb14.scout.com/bboisestate BroncoCountry.com - Bronco Sports Forum and Recruiting information Website]
* [http://boisestate.rivals.com/forum.asp?sid=1114&fid=1742&style=1 Blue-Turf.com - Boise State athletics message forum and recruiting website]
* [http://sports.mariah95.com/waclinks.htm - WAC Links - Links to all WAC school's sports websites]
* [http://www2.ncaa.org/portal/media_and_events/ncaa_publications/records_books/fall/football/index.html NCAA.org - Football records]
* [http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/rankings?pollId=1&seasonYear=2006&weekNumber=17 Boise State garners one championship vote in final AP poll]
* [http://www.nationalchamps.net/Helmet_Project/ The Helmet Project]
* [http://www.aish.com/societyWork/arts/Spiritual_Fiesta.asp Lessons from a Broncos Victory]


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