The Boise State Broncos are once again in the Top 10 of the BCS at the end of the season and once again have absolutely no shot at the National Title. The Broncos can however once again get into a BCS bowl game with an impressive victory against the New Mexico Lobos. Quarterback Kellen Moore is still in the Heisman running, thanks to his 38 touchdown passes. The Broncos had a scare early last week against Wyoming, but their offense eventually got rolling and pulled away.
"Our offense is always going to click," running back Doug Martin said. "Sometimes we start a little slow, but we know we just have to keep fighting, keep swinging. Eventually it will start clicking." The Lobos however hope that the Broncos offense will once again be sluggish. The Lobos have just one win on the season and rank virtually dead last in offense and defense. Their defense is giving up over 40 points per game while their offense struggles to score 13 points a game.
Boise head coach Chris Peterson has been a hot name in the news, being targeted by schools like UCLA for their vacant head coaching position. Peterson doesn't believe it will be a distraction for his football team, however.
Game date, time: 6:00 pm ET, Saturday, December 3rd
Location: Bronco Stadium, Boise, ID
TV channel: Local
Spread: Boise State favored by 48.5
Series history: Boise State leads, 2-0
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