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227's™ Jamaal's @ LinkedIn Youth Basketball Camps In Boise (Home of the Boise State Broncos) LinkedIn NBA Video Mix!!! 227's™ Jamaal's @ LinkedIn Youth Basketball Camps In Boise (Home of the Boise State Broncos) LinkedIn NBA Video Mix!!! http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jamaal-al-din/18/672/389‎ Boise State Broncos From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the entire Boise State athletic department. For the football program, see Boise State Broncos football. Boise State Broncos Boise State updated official mark 2013.png University Boise State University Conference(s) Mountain West Pac-12 affiliate - (Wrestling) NCAA Division I Athletic director Mark Coyle Location Boise, ID Varsity teams 17 Football stadium Bronco Stadium - 1970 (c. 33,500, Blue FieldTurf) Basketball arena Taco Bell Arena - 1982 (c. 12,820) Other arenas Bronco Gym (Wrestling) Mascot Buster Bronco Nickname Broncos Fight song Colors Orange and Blue Homepage Broncosports.com The Boise State Broncos are the official athletic program of Boise State University. The Broncos compete in a wide variety of sports as members of the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Mountain West Conference. The Broncos have a successful athletic program overall, winning the WAC commissioner's cup for the 2005-06 year and 2009-10 year. Boise State joined the MWC in 2011. Perhaps the most well-known of these sports is the football program. The program attained a 13-0 season in 2006 capped by an overtime win in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl against the Oklahoma Sooners. They finished the season as the only major undefeated college football team, yet they became the first team since the 2004-2005 season with an unblemished record to not receive any share of the National Championship. The school's football stadium, Bronco Stadium, introduced its famous blue artificial turf (now FieldTurf) in 1986. Other notable sports teams include the Wrestling team, which competes in the Pacific-12 Conference (the MWC is a non-wrestling conference), the women's basketball team, which won the WAC for the first time ever in 2007 and the tennis teams which have consistently had nationally ranked players, and men's and women's golf. Contents 1 National Championships 1.1 Team 1.2 Individual 2 Varsity sports 2.1 Football 2.2 Basketball 2.3 Soccer 2.4 Wrestling 3 Former varsity sports 3.1 Baseball 4 Athletic Directors 5 Athletic staff 6 Hall of Fame 7 Fight song: "Orange and Blue" 8 References 9 External links National Championships Team Football (NCAA), 1958 Football (I-AA National Champions), 1980 Individual Men's Skiing (Slalom): Bill Shaw, 1974 Men's Track & Field (Triple Jump): Eugene Green, 1991 Men's Track & Field (High Jump): Jake Jacoby, 1994 Wrestling (165 lbs.): Kirk White, 1999 Men's Track & Field (Javelin): Gabe Wallin, 2004 Men's Track & Field (Javelin): Gabe Wallin, 2005 Wrestling (157 lbs.): Ben Cherrington, 2006 Women's Track & Field (Long Jump): Eleni Kafourou, 2009 Men's Track & Field (Decathlon): Kurt Felix, 2012 Varsity sports See also: Boise State Broncos tennis Football Main article: Boise State Broncos football The Boise State Broncos Football program represents Boise State University in college football and compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of Division I as a member of the Mountain West Conference. They are led by head coach Bryan Harsin, and play their home games at Bronco Stadium. Basketball Main article: Boise State Broncos men's basketball Soccer The 2009 women's soccer team participated in the first round of the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship tournament. Boise State was eliminated in the first round, losing to host UCLA 7-1 on Friday, November 13.[1] Wrestling In 1999 as an assistant coach for the Broncos, Randall helped guide Kirk White to the 165-pound national title. In his 12 seasons since being promoted to head coach, Gregg Randall's teams have finished in the top-three at the conference tournament 10 times. In 1988 BSU wrestling joined the PAC12.[2] Randall has led the Broncos to the top of the Pac-12 Conference four times, to go along with seven top-25 finishes at the NCAA Championships including a 9th place finish at the 2010-11 NCAA Championships. In 2006 Randall guided his first individual NCAA Champion as a head coach with Ben Cherrington capturing the national title in the 157-pound weight class. Cherrington was the second wrestler Randall has helped to a first-place finish at the NCAA tournament. Cherrington completed his season undefeated at 20-0 and won the 157-pound title at the NCAA National Championships. Cherrington’s NCAA victory marked the second time in Boise State history a Bronco has own an individual national collegiate wrestling title.[3] Boise State Wrestling competes at home in the Bronco's Gym or the Taco Bell Arena, both located on campus. Pacific-12 Conference wrestling: 2013-14 teams (6): Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford, Boise State, Cal Poly, CSU Bakersfield Boise State Broncos Wrestling achievements: 16 total conference Championships Pacific-12 Conference Champions: 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011 20 individual All-Americans 12 top-20 NCAA team finishes & 5 top-10 NCAA team finishes 2 individual NCAA Champions: Ben Cherrington 157lbs(2006) & Kirk White 165lbs(1999)[4] Former varsity sports Baseball Boise State played intercollegiate baseball through the 1980 season. Their first season in the Big Sky Conference was 1971, with all eight teams split into two divisions and a best-of-three series between the division winners to determine the conference title. The Broncos and fellow newcomer Northern Arizona joined Idaho State and Weber State in the Southern Division.[5] Montana State dropped the sport after the season and Montana in 1972, so Boise State was moved to the Northern Division in 1973 with Idaho and Gonzaga. Following the 1974 season, the Big Sky discontinued its sponsorship of baseball (and four other sports),[6][7] and Southern Division champion Idaho State [8] and three-time conference champion Weber State soon dropped their baseball programs. The three Northern Division teams joined the Northern Pacific Conference for the 1975 season and competed against Portland State, Portland, Seattle U., and UPS (and later, EWU). Due to budget contraints, both BSU and Idaho discontinued baseball following the 1980 season.[9][10] Boise State played on campus through the 1979 season, until displaced due to construction of the BSU Pavilion (now Taco Bell Arena). The final baseball field's infield is now occupied by the tennis courts; center field was to the northeast. The Broncos played their home games in 1980 at Borah Field (now Bill Wigle Field) at Borah High School. Athletic Directors Name Years Lyle Smith 1968–1981 Mike Mullally 1981–1982 Gene Bleymaier 1982–2011 Curt Apsey 2011 (interim) Mark Coyle 2012–present Athletic staff Name Position Years at BSU Bryan Harsin Head coach (football) 1 Greg Patton Head coach (tennis) 8 Leon Rice Head coach (men's basketball) 2 Steve Lucas Head coach (women's soccer) ? Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame Randy Trautman - DT, 1978–1981 Fight song: "Orange and Blue" Fight Broncos celebrate the orange and blue Boise will stand and cheer for you Fight for distinction and our alma mater bravely defending BSU Fight on Courageously for Boise State Success and Honor make her great (BSU) Boise's proud tradition heads up competition Glory for B - S - U Go! Orange! Go! Big! Blue! Fight! Fight! B-S-U! References NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament Round-Up: Friday, November 13, 2009, Pac-10.org, November 13, 2009 "BSU Wrestling". BSU Athletics. Retrieved 2014. "BS Broncos Wrestling". Boise State Athletics. Retrieved 2014. "Bronco Wrestling team". Boise State Athletics. Retrieved 2014. Spokane Daily Chronicle - Big Sky baseball: split loop planned - 1970-05-19 - p.13 Lewiston Morning Tribune - Idaho off probation, loop titles dwindle - 1974-05-15 - p.13 Lewiston Morning Tribune - Baseball axed in Big Sky - 1974-05-29 - p.15 Ellensburg Daily Record - Idaho (State) drops baseball - 1974-06-05 - p.9 Lewiston Morning Tribune - Boise State drops baseball program - 1980-05-06 - p.C1 The Spokesman-Review - Baseball's 'out' at Idaho - 1980-05-13 - p.19 External links Official website Boise State University Mountain West Conference Flag of Idaho.svg Sports teams based in the State of Idaho Categories: Boise State Broncos 227's YouTube Chili' Pressroom Spicy' Excerpt: Jamaal Al-Din's Hoops 227 (227's™ YouTube "Chili" NBA 2013 - 2014 NBA Playoffs ESPN Spicy' Mix) like dat' POPEYE's FRIED CHICKEN, YouTube NBA: Atlanta Hawks / Boston Celtics / Charlotte Bobcats / Chicago Bulls / Cleveland Cavaliers / Dallas Mavericks / Denver Nuggets / Detroit Pistons / Golden State Warriors / Houston Rockets / Indiana Pacers / Los Angeles Clippers / Los Angeles Lakers / Memphis Grizzlies / Miami Heat / Milwaukee Bucks / Minnesota Timberwolves / New Jersey Nets / New Orleans Hornets / New York Knicks / Orlando Magic / Philadelphia 76ers / Phoenix Suns / Portland Trail Blazers / Sacramento Kings / San Antonio Spurs / Oklahoma City Thunder (OKC) / Toronto Raptors / Utah Jazz / Washington Wizards

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