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BOISE, Idaho - Boise State has a lot at stake in its final regular-season home game Saturday night against Idaho State, and it must finish its season with a win. Now it will look like it will extend its winning streak in an all-conference home game next Wednesday against the Idaho Statesmen.
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If you guys want to be head coach, that's why Boise State makes perfect sense to you: You're almost guaranteed to get into a Power 5 program, you got paid for it, and the Broncos have won at least one bowl game in four of the last five seasons. He also knows the current coaches and players, is fully committed to the standards of Boise State, has coached at the highest level for the last two years, and has a record of 12-2 overall wins and two cup wins in that time. So these guys know how to win, but they won't do it at a lower level than the top programs in the Pac-12.
Since Boise State joined the MW in 2011, the Broncos have the most conference championships in football (four) and BSU has won most since joining the Pac-10 Conference in 1988. Randall led the Broncos to a 4-1 record last season for the first time in Pac-12 Conference history, including a 2-0 victory in the Mountain West Conference championship game.
That's still a large number, and the program has been quite elitist in recent years, but it's unrealistic to think Boise State could continue the unreal standard of 2002-12. There has to be a change at the head coach level, something Boise State wants to improve in the future and something Harsin clearly has no interest in. It comes after a season in which they slipped to a 3-7 record, their worst record since the 2008-09 season.
Boise State is without a athletic director, is looking for a new conference and is now looking for a football coach. If the AAC is to be included in their football program, the Broncos will have to find a home in other sports or another conference to make it work.
In August and September it became apparent that the sports department was working behind the scenes on possible steps. While Boise State has had an interim director of sports in charge of a role in university fundraising since Curt Apsey stepped down in October, an opening is looming.
The emails show that Boise State is turning to the West Coast Conference and the Big West to move there, which would open the door for the Broncos to get involved elsewhere in football. One conference move would affect Idaho, which now plays in the Sun Belt Conference and the Mountain West Conference.
Boise State's most famous program is football, which set a perfect 13-0 record last season and crowned the best season in school history. Boise State has won its last seven meetings with Hawaii and leads the series 13-3, but has been ousted by participation in the Pac-12 Conference, Mountain West Conference and Sun Belt Conference.
If the mystique of Boise State ever really translated after moving to the MW, it seems to have disappeared, for it is now only a footnote in the program's history.
It may really go back to the 1940s, when Lyle Smith was hired to run the program, but Boise State is the only football program the MW has been able to rely on year after year. I understand that it may seem strange to downplay everything Idaho State has achieved since moving to MW, especially when schools like Nevada are leading 7-2 in an area that would be considered underperforming for the Broncos. There would have been plenty of room for them to try to get back on top after San Jose State won the league title this year and they missed out.
Koetter won 40 games in six years, but left Boise State to become head coach at Arizona State and moved into other jobs. Few Broncos coaches have won as many games as Koetter, only Peterson and Knap have more wins than the number of games they have left Idaho State for another job. He has also won more games than any other Broncos coach in program history, as well as three more than Peterson.