Boise and Nevada to face off again

Boise and Nevada to face off again

By Taylor LaTray Posted September 30, 2011

On October 1, the Boise Broncos will face the Nevada Wolf Pack since their phenomenal overtime game last year.

Fans were sure the Broncos would win last year when they played in Reno, as it seems that they will win again this year.

Boise had the game in hand and had more than one opportunity to win, but, due to a costly mistake by the BSU kicker, the game was decided on a missed 26-yard field goal.

This game will, without a doubt, be one worth watching as Boise gets its chance to recover from its past mistakes.

“It is the greatest victory this university has ever had, I can tell you that,” said Nevada coach Chris Ault after winning the last game against the Broncos. UNR is certainly ready for the wrath of Boise and hopes to take another incredible victory.

“I expect Boise will win, they have learned from past mistakes and will defeat Nevada,” said Boise fan Tytus Millikan. “Kellen Moore will have a field day, and I believe he will have a field day leading Boise to a win over UNR.”

Boise has learned from past mistakes and will leave nothing behind this time and the Broncos are heavily favored. But will Nevada let this happen? It’s definitely going to be a lot of pressure on both teams. To see who overcomes the pressure, watch October 1, at 1:30 p.m.

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