Well here we go again, another lack luster WAC team the Broncos must face on the road to the national championship. Boise State (5-0), had total control over Toledo winning 57-14. San Jose State (1-5) opened its WAC conference schedule against Nevada. The spartans were able to keep the score close early, but as the game went on they eventually fell to the WolfPack 35-13. Kellen Moore will try to keep his Heisman momentum going, as he should have a field day picking apart the lowly Spartan defense.
The key for the Broncos this week is to get some style points in the victory over San Jose State. In order to keep its position in the polls, Boise State must defeat the Spartans by a large amount. If somehow the Spartans are able to keep up with Boise, then Boise State will most likely lose some points with the voters. San Jose State is no stranger to top caliber teams. The Spartans have faced four teams raked in the Top 25 so they will not be afraid of the Broncos coming into Spartan Stadium. In order for San Jose State to make this game relevant, they need to play the role of the spoiler because in all reality the Spartans do not have the talent level to compete with Boise State.
Boise has very few challenges left on its schedule, and this game sure enough is not one of them. Boise States offense will have no problem tearing apart the weaker Spartan defense, so by half time keep an eye out for the backups as the score will already be out of reach for the Spartans. The Broncos defense will look to shut down Spartans quarterback Jordan La Secla, as he alone will present the biggest challenge for Boise States defense.
My prediction, Boise State will win 65-0 as the Broncos keep on rolling toward their goal of a national title.
About the Author
Written by Nicholas Mosley
Born in Gilroy California. Raised in Sacramento California. Went to high school at Christian Brothers High School. Sophomore at Boise State University.