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Wednesday
Dec252013

Oregon State Wins the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl 

Stephen Dunn/Getty Images(HONOLULU) --  Rashaad Reynolds scored two touchdowns, both on fumble recoveries as Oregon State routed Boise State 38-23 to win the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl.

The Beavers (7-6) snapped a five-game losing streak to hand the Broncos (8-5) their worst loss in two months.

"They've worked hard, they haven't lost their focus even though there's been some discouragement, they didn't let it stay with them," head coach Mike Riley said. "I loved how they've responded all year."

Oregon State receiver Brandin Cooks caught eight passes for 60 yards and a touchdown.  He set a Pac-12 record for most receiving yards in a single season.

Sean Mannion threw for 259 yards and a touchdown to set a conference record for passing yards.  Storm Woods rushed for 107 yards and a score.

Matt Miller had 206 receiving yards and a touchdown in the loss for Boise State.

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Tuesday
Dec242013

Scoreboard Roundup - 12/24/13

Getty Images/Hemera(NEW YORK) --  NCAAF - Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl:  Oregon State 38 (7-6) - Boise State 23 (8-5)

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Tuesday
Jan012013

Boise State Not Heading East

Streeter Lecka/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The Big East Conference continues to lose teams, this time it loses one that never even played a game in the conference.

Boise State announced Monday, that it will not join the Big East in 2013 and instead will stay in the Mountain West Conference. Boise State becomes the 14 team in the last two years to leave the Big East.

"As I've stated many times, I have had the utmost trust that the university would make the right decision in what is best for Bronco football and all our sports at Boise State," Boise State head football coach Chris Petersen said in the statement. "This innovative proposal to get football the maximum exposure on national television will be a tremendous boost to our program as we continue to grow the Bronco brand.

The Broncos will have to pay a $5 million exit fee to the Big East, which sources of ESPN say will be partly taken care of by the Mountain West.

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Saturday
Dec222012

No.19 Boise State Edges Washington 28-26.

Jeff Bottari/Getty Images(LAS VEGAS) --  Michael Frisina kicked a 27-yard field goal with 1:16 remaining to give No. 19 Boise State a 28-26 victory over Washington in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl.

The 5-foot-5 Friscina made the winning kick after Washington took a 26-25 lead on a Travis Coons 38-yard field goal.

Boise State (11-2) sealed the victory Jeremy Ioane intercepted Keith Price's pass at midfield.

Washington runningback Bishop Sankey was named MVP despite being on the losing side.  He had 30 carries for 205 yards and a touchdown against a stout Broncos defense.

Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns.

It was the third Las Vegas Bowl win in a row for the Broncos, while Washington capped off its 2012 season with a 7-6 record.

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Saturday
Dec222012

Scoreboard Roundup - 12/22/12

(NEW YORK) -- NFL:  The Atlanta Falcons (13-2) ripped the Detroit Lions (4-11), 31-18.

NBA:  The Atlanta Hawks (16-9) soared past the Chicago Bulls (15-11), 92-75.

The Detroit Pistons (9-21) mystified the Washington Wizards (3-22), 96-87.

The Miami Heat (18-6) scorched the Utah Jazz (14-14), 105-89.

The Indiana Pacers (16-12) outpaced the New Orleans Hornets (5-22), 81-75.

The Houston Rockets (14-12) blasted the Memphis Grizzlies (18-7), 121-96.

The Cleveland Cavaliers (6-23) dunked the Milwaukee Bucks (14-12), 94-82.

The Denver Nuggets (15-13) dropped the Charlotte Bobcats (7-20), 110-88.

The Portland Trail Blazers (13-12) set the Phoenix Suns (11-16), 96-93.

The Los Angeles Lakers (13-14)  edged the Golden State Warriors (18-10) in overtime, 118-115.

Top 25 Men's College Basketball:  Temple (9-2) stunned (3) Syracuse (10-1), 83-79.

(4) Arizona (10-0) stymied East Tennessee State (2-8), 73-53.

(5) Louisville (11-1) overwhelmed Western Kentucky (8-5), 82-55.

Kansas State (9-2) shocked (8) Florida (8-2), 67-61.

(9) Kansas (10-1) toppled (7) Ohio State (9-2), 74-66.

(11) Cincinnati (12-0) knocked off Wright State (8-4), 68-58.

(12) Missouri (10-1) clawed (10) Illinois (12-1), 82-73.

(13) Minnesota (12-1) upended Lafayette (5-9), 75-50.

(15) Georgetown (10-1) bounced American (4-8), 65-48.

South Dakota State (10-4) upset (16) New Mexico (12-1), 70-65.

(18) San Diego State (10-1) rocked San Francisco (5-5), 80-58.

(19) Butler (9-2) bested Evansville (7-5), 75-67.

(20) Michigan State (11-2) outlasted Texas (7-5), 67-56.

(21) UNLV (11-1) squashed Canisius (8-3), 89-74.

(23) North Carolina (9-3) routed McNeese State (6-4), 97-63.

(24) Oklahoma State (10-1) cruised by Tennessee Tech (6-6), 78-42.

(25) North Carolina State (9-2) downed Saint Bonaventure (7-4), 92-73.

MAACO Bowl Las Vegas:  (19) Boise State (11-2) edged Washington (7-6), 28-26.

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl:  Louisiana-Lafayette (9-4) creamed East Carolina (8-5), 43-34.

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Saturday
Oct202012

Scoreboard Roundup - 10/20/12

Banana Stock/ Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NCAAF:  (1) Alabama (7-0) creamed Tennessee (3-4), 44-13.

(2) Florida (7-0) clobbered (7) South Carolina (6-2), 44-11.

(4) Kansas State (7-0) devoured West Virginia (5-2), 55-14.

(5) Notre Dame (7-0) edged BYU (4-4), 17-14.

(6) LSU (7-1) escaped (18) Texas A&M (5-2), 24-19.

(8) Oregon State (6-0) outlasted Utah (2-5), 21-7,

(9) Oklahoma (5-1) slaughtered Kansas (1-6), 52-7.

(10) USC (6-1) stomped Colorado (1-6), 50-6.

(11) Georgia (6-1) outlasted Kentucky (1-7), 29-24.

(12) Mississippi State (7-0) bashed Middle Tennessee (4-3), 45-3.

(14) Florida State (7-1) topped Miami (4-4), 33-20.

(15) Rutgers (7-0) crushed Temple (3-3), 35-10.

(16) Louisville (7-0) slipped past South Florida (2-5), 27-25.

(17) Texas Tech (6-1) fought off (23) TCU (5-2), 56-53 in 3 OT.

(19) Clemson (6-1) steamrolled Virginia Tech (4-4), 38-17.

(20) Stanford (5-2) rolled past California (3-5), 21-3.

Toledo (7-1) surprised (21) Cincinnati (5-1), 29-23.

(22) Boise State (6-1) dominated UNLV (1-7), 32-7.

Oklahoma State (4-2) upended (24) Iowa State (4-3), 31-10.

(25) Texas (5-2) outlasted Baylor (3-3), 56-50.

NASCAR:  Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Won the Nationwide Series Race at Kansas.  Austin Dillon came in second, Joey Logano came in third, and Elliot Sadler came in fourth.

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Friday
Aug312012

Big East Conference Looking to Add 14th Football Member

Streeter Lecka/Getty Images(EAST HARTFORD, CONN) -- The Big East Conference wants to add a 14th football team, newly appointed Big East commissioner Mike Aresco annonuced on Thursday night.

Aresco also confirmed that the conference is planning to have a championship game after next season.

West Virginia left the Big East for the Big 12 conference beginning this season.  Pittsburgh and Syracuse are leaving for the ACC beginning next season.

The completely revamped Big East conference will include Boise State and San Diego State for football, as well as Central Florida, SMU, Memphis, and Houston for all sports.

Temple also joined this year in all sports, immediately replacing West Virginia.

Navy will also join for football only in 2015, bringing the total number of teams to 13.

Aresco's ultimate goal as commissioner is to make sure the Big East is recognized as one of the top six football conferences in the nation.

"You have a pretty huge divide now between our conference and anything below us, and almost no gap between us and what they are calling the Big Five," Aresco said. "We say it's the Big Six. I'm not going to yield on that at all."

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Friday
Dec232011

Boise State Rolls Past Arizona State, 56-24, Wins MAACO Bowl

JupiterImages/Photos.com(LAS VEGAS) -- The Boise State Broncos (12-1) lead 28-3 at halftime and went on to win 56-24 Thursday night over Arizona State (6-7) to win the MAACO Bowl.

Broncos' running back Doug Martin ran for 151 yards on the ground and returned the opening kickoff in the rout.

It will be the end of the road for Kellen Moore as he leaves Boise State as the NCAA's winningest passer.

"Very fortunate to be put in the situation I was," said Moore, who will be looking for an NFL team to pick him up in next year's NFL draft.  "When you are surrounded by great people, great things happen."

Dennis Erickson coached his last game for Arizona State (6-7), which let him go in November after the Sun Devils finished the regular season on a four-game losing streak.

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Tuesday
Dec062011

Broncos' Petersen Says Everyone Is Tired of the BCS

JupiterImages/Photos.com(NEW YORK) -- Boise State head coach Chris Petersen voiced his frustration on Monday after his Broncos finished in seventh in the BCS standings but were left out of a BCS game.

In an interview on KBOI-TV, Petersen said "everybody is just tired" of the system, which many want to see revised with a playoff-type system like they have in the NFL.

Petersen's team was left out of a BCS game for the fourth time in eight years, despite the team's record. The No. 7 Broncos (11-1) beat by No. 11 Virginia Tech (11-2) and No. 13 Michigan (10-2).

"Everybody's frustrated, nobody really knows what to do anymore," said Petersen.  "It doesn't make sense to anybody.  I don't think anyone is happy anywhere."

Boise State will take on Arizona State (6-6) in the MAACO Bowl in Las Vegas.

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Monday
Oct312011

Stanford Moves up BCS Standings

iStockPhoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Stanford, coming off of a thrilling, 56-48, triple-overtime victory against USC on Saturday night, moved two spots up to fourth in the BCS standings.  Boise State fell one spot to fifth.

The top three spots in the standings did not change.  LSU and Alabama, who will face off Saturday in Tuscaloosa, are first and second, respectively, followed by Oklahoma State.

Oklahoma, which beat Kansas State over the weekend, moved up from ninth to sixth, followed by Arkansas, Oregon, South Carolina, and Nebraska to round out the top ten.  Clemson fell from fifth to 11th and Kansas State dropped six spots to 14th after both teams lost over the weekend.

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