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Broncos ranked and pronunciated


The college football preview at nationalchamps.net has Boise State ranked #25, but of greater importance is its semi-comprehensive pronunciation guide for 2007 Boise State players.

PLAYERS
#13 Mike Altieri -- Al-teer-E
#19 Vinny Perretta -- Pear-et-uh
#21 Toshi Franklin -- Toe-she
#26 Ia Falo -- E-uh Fall-O
#29 Cedric Febis -- Fay-bis
#30 Michael Lose -- Low-say
#36 Aaron Tevis -- Tev-iss
#48 Kopono Rawlins-Crivello -- Ka-poe-no Rawlins-Kri-vell-O
#52 Derrell Acree -- A-cree
#61 Jeff Biedermann -- Bee-der-man
#62 Kevin Sapien -- Say-pee-n
#67 Joe Bozikovich -- Buh-zick-uh-vich
#71 Cory Yriarte -- Y-are-tee
#77 Ben Iannacchione -- On-uh-key-own-E
#78 Paul Lucariello -- Luke-uh-rill-O
#79 Ryan Clady -- Clay-dee
#80 Kyle Efaw -- E-faw
#86 Sherm Blaser -- Blah-zer
#95 Sione Tavake -- See-own-ay Tuh-vok-Ay
#97 Nick Schlekeway -- Schlek-uh-way
#99 Steven Reveles -- Rev-el-is
Thanks, nationalchamps.net. We eagerly await the 2008 iteration and your assistance on Van Drumgoole and George Iloka.

Boise State Broncos' 2007 Pronunciation Guide [Nationalchamps.net]
Boise State ranked [Fight, Fight, BSU]