Boise State Broncos Destroy Colorado To Earn 22nd Win
The Boise State Broncos improved to 22-6 Wednesday night after crushing Colorado State by more than 30 points on their home court. The Broncos have just two games remaining before championship play begins.
With Nevada leading Boise State in the Mountain West Conference by two games, the Broncos no longer have a shot at the conference title. If Boise State wins their last two games, they will finish with a record of 24-6, which would be the program's most wins since the 2014-15 season.
Boise State's next game is Tuesday, February 27, at San Diego State. The last time the two teams played back in January, Chandler Hutchison set a school record with 44 points in the game. If this team can find a way to beat Nevada, then they will be a formidable opponent when championship play begins March 7.