Our wedding was so beautiful,
even our cake was in tiers.
Welcome to the Bronco family Brooke Wheeler. Brookes have a tendency to do well here, so you should it right in!!
Boise State AD Curty Apsey confirms university is for satellite camps
Mr. Apsey had confirmed this on the #AskTheAD weekly segment on KTIK. As they should be. Very ridiculous that the Mountain West Conference, on the whole, would be for the banning. I sure hope that clearer heads prevail and they reverse course (though I am not holding my breath). Good to know that the Broncos were arguing to keep the satellite camps around.
Apsey on satellite camps: We (Boise State) were not in favor of eliminating satellite camps. It's been a great tool for us #AskTheAD— 93.1 KTIK The Ticket (@ktik931fm) April 14, 2016
Watching the highlights makes me wish he stayed for his last year. I certainly hope the hype train gets chugging along for Correa so that he sneaks into the first round. Correa is going to make a great ambassador for Bronco football and getting him as much exposure as possible is going to be awesome.
Washington State basketball transfer interested in Boise State
I wish any potential transfers like this would also include some home and home games.
Washington State transfer Que Johnson told @CBSSports he's considering LMU, Nevada, Boise St, WKU, Duquesne, BC, UNLV, Texas, and Alabama.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 14, 2016
Boise State football putting on the pressure for recruits
And their edit game is getting really good right now.
Boise State basketball also tossing out some offers
Who knows which athletes the team is going to get but it's always fun to keep track.
Boise State distance runners are pretty good at this running thing
If you recall, they have brought in the most points to the university in the Learfield Director's Cup.
It's been a historic year for the women's team so far this season! Take a look at some of our achievements. pic.twitter.com/avR9Wkihte— Boise State T&F (@BroncoSportsTF) April 14, 2016
And the men.
And that is just insane to me. The Mountain West needs to be good again in basketball. If UNLV can't keep a coach than more a week, we have issues.
BREAKING: Texas Tech has flown to Las Vegas and is meeting with UNLV's Chris Beard tonight, sources told @CBSSports.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 15, 2016
Course, it could already be a done deal. These things move so fast.