I lost three fingers on my right hand, so I asked my doctor if I would still be able to write with it.
He said: “Maybe, but I wouldn’t count on it.”
Feeling good on a Victory Monday!
Bronco Soccer gets a 0-0 draw yesterday
Broncos have shut out a bunch of teams this year. I suppose if you can’t get a dub, at least don’t get a loss.
Get your tickets to the Boise State athletics hall of fame dinner
This should be a fun get-together to honor some all-time Bronco greats. If you are able to attend you should go.
A bit of context as to where Taylen Green is right now.
This is just to give a bit of the larger picture of his overall performance.
There is a lot to glean from these graphs. Mr. Green has a lot to learn/achieve during his time in a Broncos jersey. Looking forward to these numbers to get better.
Jerry Palm has some predictions for bowl games
These are just projections right now. Boise State in the Arizona against Toledo. Who knows at this point but I wouldn’t rule it out.
Check out the ESPN SP+
Broncos are at no. 76. Not sure where the Broncos were last week (being honest: was scared to check). But has to be an improvement given the upward trajectory.
Also: Boise State favored to win the Mountain West title. That’s nice!
ICYMI: Hunter compiled some former Bronco exploits in the NFL
These are just so fun to read through!
You can honor this pug for some reason.
MUFFLED SOUND Am I the only one or has anyone else noticed the crowd SOUND is MUFFLED on Boise State Broncos FS1 television broadcasts? The announcer and commentator are good but they sound like they’re in a soundproof booth. It’s really annoying. The muted crowd noise takes much of the excitement and fun out of the game. The camera shows the band playing, but you can’t hear them. The commentator mentions how loud the crowd is but you can barely hear the crowd. It’s almost as bad as watching a game with the sound turned off. This only seems to… Read more »
Taylon Green is a superb athlete. He still has a lot of growing to do as a QB–his throwing mechanics need a lot of work, and he makes some poor choices. Not a surprise for a freshman. I’m confident that he’ll continue to develop and improve with time–which is, of course, the opposite of Hank’s trajectory.
Actually Green is a redshirt freshman. This is his second year in the program. As for as decisions are concerned, I’d put him ahead of Hank, however behind Kellen.
I’m going to give Hank BOTD, starting him, during his freshman year was not a good idea.
There’s a whole lot of space between Kellen and Hank–and everyone is behind Kellen and probably will be for the rest of my BSU fan lifetime. That’s too high a bar to set for pretty much anyone. My thought is that he is also behind Zabransky, Rypien, Hedrick, Cozart, etc on his decision-making. I don’t think that’s a terrible place to be right now–he’s a redshirt freshman who has played all of three games. Just saying there’s a lot of growing room to improve on his superb athletic talent.
I thought starting Rypien as a freshman was not a good idea, yet he progressed into a fine quarterback (although he was not without some WTH was he thinking plays). For whatever reason, Hank didn’t seem to progress in his decision-making during his four years.
Ryp had a good freshman year but I think he’d been better if given a year to mature on the sidelines and on the scout team.
Maybe. It may also be case with Hank, but we’ll never know. They’re both gone, and we have a new guy to speculate about.