A confident Air Force comes into No. 20 Broncos on Friday night at the Mountain West opener for both teams. Both teams come in flying battle and high in this Mountain West opener.
Boise State (3-0) and Wisconsin (2-0) would be the lone teams nationwide to not permit a second-half point. The efforts helped the rally to beat Florida State and held on to defeat Marshall and finish running beyond FCS Portland State.
The Falcons (2-0) hauled Colgate in their opener and then sent a 30-23 overtime triumph in Colorado a week. Air Force speaking about just how good the players feel they’re was left by that win.
Notching an upset will be a significant job as Boise State is looking to win its 20th conference opener. The Broncos’ past such loss came in 1999 when they were conquered 17-10 from North Texas as members of the Big West.
Boise State also owns the very best home record (115-9) this past century.
But Air Force did score one of those victories on the turf — 37-30 at 2015 — so Broncos coach Bryan Harsin is still on full alert as it has to do with the Falcons’ offensive strike.
“It’s not only triple option,” Harsin stated at a press conference. “They really are very creative in their formations, they are creative in the way they strike each group… and their quarterback is playing very well. He could throw the ball well.”
Hammond passed against Colorado for a career-high 155 yards and among his touchdown passes was an 81-yarder to receiver Ben Waters, tied for the fourth-longest death score in school history.
Air Force prefers to run the ball and Remsburg responded with a 146 yards.
The Falcons will be seeking to continue to keep Broncos pass rusher Curtis Weaver out of the backfield. The linebacker leads the country with six sacks after matching the school record of four at last Saturday’s win over Portland State.
“It is fine, but we must keep moving forward,” said Weaver, who ranks third in program history with 26.5 career sacks. “We are heading into Mountain West play now, therefore it’s still our goal to find that ring”
The Boise State offense has been clicking supporting freshman quarterback Hank Bachmeier, who has handed for 927 yards and four touchdowns.
True freshman George Holani (216 yards) and Doctor Robert Mahone (215) have split the ball-carrying duties, while sophomore Khalil Shakir is the top wideout with 17 catches for 237 yards.
Air Force junior cornerback Milton Bugg III has two interceptions and safety Jeremey Fejedelem that is older is currently coming from a career-best effort with 14 tackles against Colorado.
Finally, Boise State will be overly physical and athletic . I enjoy Boise to cover the point spread and to allow the possessions to become drawn out and long and also for this game.
The Parlay: below 55 with BetOnline & Boise State -8
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