Bronco athletics on point academically...again
The Broncos are winning on the court AND in the classroom! 3.07 cumulative GPA is the best in program history! pic.twitter.com/73KT70DnhO— Boise State Men's BB (@BroncoSportsMBB) January 5, 2017
Get ready for gameday tomorrow. Not quite a black tie event. Just a white shirt one.
It seems likely that the planners are drawing their inspiration for the color scheme from certain, recent, precipitation-centric, local events.
Saturday celebrate Leon Rice's 100th home game at Boise State. The Broncos are 82-17 at home during Rice's tenure. pic.twitter.com/8rNZDrlLqd— Boise State Men's BB (@BroncoSportsMBB) January 5, 2017
Bronco Football lands a punter
Here is a link to his Hudl.
Wrestling is about to throw down again. Quite likely literally.
We begin 2017 with a trip through the Dakotas w/ duals at South Dakota St, Fri., and North Dakota St, Sun!— BoiseState Wrestling (@BroncoSportsWRE) January 6, 2017
Just because the national media has to churn out news and ‘answers’ to burning questions in college sports doesn’t mean that those answers are grounded in anything more than said national media just indiscriminately linking coaching vacancies to high win-percentage coaches at smaller schools. They have to cover the whole country and have a story on all of it. It’s unlikely most of the national media is as familiar with Harsin and his situation here as local reporters are. Now, I’m not saying there’s not a possibility that Harsin leaves someday, but that day won’t be this weekend, and the place won’t be Minnesota.
Honestly, aside from a sheer difference in salary (which I genuinely believe isn’t Harsin’s primary motivation), Minnesota would be a sidestep, if not an outright downgrade in employment. Add to that the fact that local media is giving no credit to rumors, Boise State’s AD is very confident he won’t leave yet, and lastly, this rumor I’ve seen all over the Twitter today:
FOX 9 has learned through multiple sources that PJ Fleck has a tentative agreement with #Gophers to be the next head coach. 6-yr, $21M range— FOX 9 Sports (@Fox9Sports) January 6, 2017
I’d say ‘Breathe easy’, Bronco Nation.
Just in case you want to spend your snow day becoming the next Jason Bourne. Or David Webb. Or whatever.