BTN predictions: New Mexico

  Tami It’s a problem when I feel like underestimating an opponent. Usually, I turn to the data and history and try to better understand. But UNM lost to New Mexico State and it was just released that Bob Davie and the football program is under outside review for abuse of players and issues around drug testing. Y’all, the LOLbos […]

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Attack The Opponent: Ourselves

Ten wins. I’ve got no pretty graphs to assuage the angst in Bronco Nation right now. The Broncos were one yard away from playing for a championship and a NY6 berth. Wyoming and SDSU looked like JV teams last night, and it was hard to watch. Twitter has been in rare form for hours. I’m too nervous to open up […]

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Attack The Opponent: University of Nevada – Las Vegas Rebels

John Locher/AP

Oh, UNLV. On this day they are beautiful, if only because they took out the Cowboys last night and caused a 3 way tie at the top of the MWC’s Mountain Division between Boise, New Mexico, and Wyoming at 5-1 in conference. Only Boise State has a strong out of conference W-L record to back up that conference record in […]

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Attack The Opponent: Hawaii Warriors

The thing about this Hawaii game is that it’s a little tough to be mad about. For a rival, I just can’t find hate in my heart for those guys. Hawaii is, objectively, much better than they were in the Norm Chow era. Coach Rolovich has breathed new life in to the Warrior’s program, leading them to a 4-6 record, […]

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Attack The Opponent: San Jose State Spartans

The Broncos are not a perfect team. We’ve known it for weeks. Did they have enough magic to win close for 12 games? Nope, sure didn’t. We learned that for sure as the ball bounced out of the back of the end zone at Wyoming for a freaking safety. So, no undefeated, season. How can we be expected to go […]

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Attack The Opponent: Wyoming Cowboys

Jason Bean, Reno Gazette-Journal

Craig Bohl has his Wyoming Cowboys doing some very nice things on the football field. Statistically, they’re fantastic as well. They have the second most prolific rusher in the country in Brian Hill, who went the F OFF vs. Nevada last Saturday. The Pokes are only allowing 139 yards on the ground on average per game, and has a very […]

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Attack The Opponent: Colorado State Rams

We see you, CSU, coming to life and fighting back against Utah State last Saturday to get a win. Before that, they had been on a losing skid. They really feel like they turned a corner this weekend, came together, and learned how to win. Good for them. A real feel good underdog story, yeah? Maybe they have really done […]

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