Boise State, Virginia schedule 2015, 2017 football series

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The Broncos and Cavaliers will begin a home-and-home series beginning in the near future.

Boise State and Virginia have agreed to a home-and-home series beginning in 2015, UVa has announced. Under this agreement, the Cavaliers would host the Broncos in the first meeting and travel to Boise for the second.

Despite its recent struggles on the field, Virginia isn't shying away from some tough non-conference matchups. The Cavs have added future games against Oregon, UCLA, Stanford and BYU, in addition to this rumored series with Boise State. The Broncos haven't been afraid to schedule difficult non-conference games, either -- just in the past three seasons, they've played Michigan State, Georgia and Virginia Tech, and they list Ole Miss, BYU and Oregon State among their future foes.

Virginia finished 2012 at just 4-8, while the Broncos won double-digit games for the seventh consecutive season under head coach Chris Petersen.

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