The Cavin-Wlliams Sports Complex has become Boise State's newest super secret Arching Building. Even rivaling Lockheed's Skunk-works. You can't even get within fifty feet of a scrimmage held in the building without being wrestled to the ground and escorted out. Ouch! It has a large practice arena. It can hold up to 28 NFL scouts with stop watches. (Its a bring your own stop watch affair). Cameras must stay out in the satellite van parked in Bronco Stadium. Its a no nonsense, concession less, gaping hall-full of secrets building. On March 23, something happened there but nobody knows exactly what? Rumor has it, a Bronco Football team was born, but nobody saw the delivery. The fans were not invited to watch. My crack investigators have obtained a photo taken from the Skunk-Works super secret, SR-71 spy plane, detailing the Smurf-Works from 1000 ft. Smurf-Works Picture on night mission. No longer does Chris Petersen have to run Rottweiler's on the outside of a chain link fence next to East Jr. High School. Or bolt-up canvas on that chain link fence to keep Craig James out. Because of the Smurf -works, he can wave his hand and keep OBNUG nincompoops locked out, cool! I am one of those nincompoops who would love to have an exclusive. I have (just Bragging) an invite to watch the Broncos scrimmage on April 14th. It didn't cost me much. I wonder if I'll be the only one there?