Spencer Gerke

Boise State Broncos #77 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 303

Boise State the MWC team to beat

Boise State is quite a bit easier to beat than it used to be, but the Broncos have more proven entities than any team in the conference. Bryan Harsin and his energetic staff have a very good chance...

An updated Boise State football depth chart


Plenty of good spots still available

Boise State football, the future of our workforce


It is easy in the throes of football ecstasy to forget that Boise State players are also students who will some day soon transition from gridiron heroes to contributing members of society. Where...

A collage of Boise State's best beards


Joe Southwick, look what your mustache started.

Boise State is back on the ascent

Boise State lost almost all of its starters and fell apart in 2012 ... all the way to 10 wins and 'only' a Top 25 ranking. Unacceptable. Can these ridiculously disappointing Broncos bounce back...

Offensive unit grades


Part 1 of OBNUG's early unit rankings

The Big Board of Boise State’s 2013 roster


A complete and utterly incorrect ranking of Boise State's best football players, a la Mel Kiper and his ilk

Boise State spring game preview

The Broncos have some pieces to replace, but the team should be in good shape to repeat their Mountain West title. Here's what to look for from their spring game on Saturday.

Wake Up, Bronco Nation, 10-18-12


We finally get an answer to what has happened with Derek Carr's flag plus pick up Boise State commemorative cards in loaves of bread.

Wake up, Bronco Nation: 10-5-12


Spencer Gerke steps up to fill in on offensive line plus Casey Pachall suspended indefinitely.

Boise State depth chart vs. New Mexico


Changes along the offensive line, at receiver, and at running back signal ... what exactly? Find out who is in and who is out and what it might mean (if anything).

Joe Kellogg Injury: Boise State Guard Out Vs. BYU

Boise State Broncos left guard Joe Kellogg is out for Thursday's game against BYU.