What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?
Mr. George Ivanov looks to bring eternal glory to his home country Bulgaria but also, most importantly, to Boise State. Making the Olympics is a challenge in itself so for anyone to make it is pretty great. Good luck Mr. Ivanov and hopefully you do everyone proud!
Former Bronco Darian Thompson mentioned by Boston Globe
As top defensive backs. But he's listed as "best of the rest". So that is no fun. He'll definitely get his chance in the bigs to show his worth.
Former Bronco Kamalei Correa makes an appearance.
Sounds about right.
Bronco men's basketball has a chance to land grad transfer
Which could be a good thing. Infusing a team that has lost quite a bit from last year will be vital to make another run for the Broncos and Coach Rice. Would be a good pick up.
Washington State grad transfer Que Johnson told ESPN his top schools are Boise State, Western kentucky. Nevada and Alabama.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 24, 2016
Isn't this illegal in some capacity? Like, what?!
Fruitland High School senior Kooper Crow finalized his plans for college on Saturday, signing a letter of intent to play tennis at the University of Idaho.
The signing took place on Boise State University’s campus at the Appleton Tennis Center, where the U of I tennis team was playing BSU. Idaho’s head tennis coach, Abid Akbar, was on hand for the signing, as were Crow’s parents, Stephen and Gwen Crow.