November 23, 2007

Boise State vs. Hawai'i: Live Blog

Breaking The Code gives you live thoughts on the historic Boise State - Hawai'i match-up.

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Warriors, Broncos Get Help

Kickoff on the Big Island is less than eight hours away, but before Boise State of Hawai'i ever take the field, the winner of this monumental WAC showdown already has some help for its Bowl Championship Series aspirations. Arizona State's 44-24 loss to USC last night is sure to send the Sun Devils' BCS rating tumbling, which should give tonight's winner room to move. But it doesn't end there.

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November 21, 2007

UH-Boise Showdown Big for BCS and WAC

Only in 2004 when Utah and Boise State were unbeaten and jockeying for Bowl Championship series position have two non-BCS conference teams been as highly rated as Hawai'i and BSU are now. The debate of who would win the '04 battle of top non-BCS teams is purely hypothetical, but this go-'round football fans will learn just who is the top of the class.

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October 27, 2007

Youth Movement

Ian Johnson won't be around forever, but Boise State's rushing game should be just fine for seasons to come. Friday night at Bulldog Stadium against a rejuvenated Fresno State, freshmen Jeremy Avery and D.J. Harper let the Western Athletic Conference know the next three years should look a lot like the last three.

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October 15, 2007

One For the Record Books

There are games that one knows while watching, they are seeing something special. Last night was one of those games. The Boise State - Nevada affair is sure to go down in college football lore as the most ludicrously exciting game between two unranked foes.

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September 26, 2007

BCS Implications Are Gone, But Still One To Watch

Boise State's hopes of a second consecutive BCS bowl appearance were all but dashed in Week 2 against Washington. That same Saturday, the class of Conference USA, Southern Mississippi, eventually fell to Tennessee after a nip-tuck first half. The two meet tomorrow night on the Smurf Turf, and while the game is devoid of BCS busting connotation, it's going to be a prime time battle no college football fan should miss.

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September 12, 2007

The New Breed?

The BCS dreams for three of the top contenders were all but ended Saturday. Both previous non-BCS conference teams to make the big show went undefeated, and TCU getting passed over for a two-loss Notre Dame in 2005 likely indicates Utah, TCU and Boise State would need at-large BCS candidates to lose three times.

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September 08, 2007

Broncos' BCS Bubble Bursts; Fresno Fights To Finish

There will be no repeat performance for the Boise State Broncos, barring a most-bizarre 12 weeks to come. And if a Western Athletic Conference mate is going to take Boise's place, it won't be Fresno State -- but not for lack of trying.

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Broncos With Their Backs Against the Wall

Boise State's 14-game winning streak, and any shot for the team to duplicate last year's improbable BCS run hang in the balance. The Broncos have 15 minutes to erase a 14-point deficit in Seattle against Washington.

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September 04, 2007

By The Numbers

The entire first week of the season is in the books, delayed a bit by a rare Monday night game. The numbers are in, and non-BCS teams had a strong Week 1 based on statistical rankings.

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