A Personal Ode to College Football

One of my hands pressed up against the lukewarm interior window of our Subaru as we inclined slightly onto the Broadway Bridge. My drifting pair of eyes settled on the edge of the metal railing, where a textured blue scarf etched its way out into the horizon. Albertsons Stadium peeked over the trees lining the … Continue reading A Personal Ode to College Football

NFL Draft: Boise’s Curtis Weaver and Ezra Cleveland Could Make History

Eight Years. That's how long it has been since Boise State has had two players go in the first round of the NFL Draft in one draft. Shea McClellin and Doug Martin, the latter of which is still in the league, were drafted at picks 19 and 31 in 2012. McClellin was an Idaho kid, … Continue reading NFL Draft: Boise’s Curtis Weaver and Ezra Cleveland Could Make History

Group of Five Doomsday: Breaking Free From the Power Five

With all this possible playoff expansion talk, it got me thinking; what would be the worst-case scenario for the Group of Five? Well, it would be where an expanded playoff doesn't include an auto-bid for at least one G5 team. ¬†What does that mean for the G5, you might ask? It's time to go our … Continue reading Group of Five Doomsday: Breaking Free From the Power Five

Bryan Harsin Is One Fiesta Away From The Power Five

Bryan Harsin, clad in a blue sweatshirt and black sweatpants, jogged out to midfield at Sam Boyd Stadium, his white tennis shoes sinking into the artificial turf. Chris Peterson met him there, and for a moment, the two Bronco legends embraced and exchanged words. In what would normally be considered a disappointing game for Boise, … Continue reading Bryan Harsin Is One Fiesta Away From The Power Five

What if the College Football Playoff had 24 teams in 2019

We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff had 24 teams in 2019

What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2018

We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2018

What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2017

We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2017

What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2014

We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2014

Boise State Basketball: A Cinderella Season Or The Usual Step Short?

One Shot Short 2015. A raucous red crowd in Dayton, Ohio roared as a white-clad Derrick Marks dribbled up the floor. Announcers on the sideline gesticulated wildly while the amped-up home fanbase goaded on their Dayton Flyers. The Boise State Broncos weren't fazed. They kept their shoulders square in the face of unbridled opposing momentum … Continue reading Boise State Basketball: A Cinderella Season Or The Usual Step Short?