It has been a bit since my last post so it’s good to be back. And it’s Father’s Day. So shout to all the Father’s doing their thing. Today is Day 76 and, wouldn’t you know it, today is a lineman.– OL Rick Moore

#76, Rick Moore, RS Sophomore, Offensive Lineman


Height: 6′ 6″

Weight: 304 lbs

High school: Los Gatos HS/College of San Mateo, Los Gatos, CA

How’d he get to The Blue™?

Mr. Moore came to Boise State via the juco route with the Bulldogs of CSM. He was a late addition to the roster signing in June. He did a good with signing with Boise State.



This will make sense in a second.


Ben Schwartz, aka Jean-Ralphio from Parks and Rec.

Gonna be honest, this was a tough one for me. Because I was either going to go with Andrew Garfield (Spider-Man!) or Joe Keery (Steve!). Honestly, I think we are all winners here.

Career Highlights

While in high school he was on Los Gatos’ CIF Central Coast Section championship team. And he’s made some appearances at CSM and Boise State (four games last year).

2023 Prospectus

The Broncos’ o-line has been a bit maligned for some time. Whether earned, or not, that’s been the perception. With a QB that’s a tad more mobile, and running backs that could start on any other MWC team, the offensive front is going to be leaned on to pave the way for said runners. And Mr. Moore was able to preserve his redshirt from last year. I am going to go out on a limb and venture a guess THAT is the reason for his limited action: to give him an extra year.

6′ 6″ 304 lbs? Dude should be chewing up dudes next year.

Is he on Twitter?

Yeppers! But he doesn’t tweet all that much (probably a good thing). Here is his twitter if you were inclined to check him out.

Completely made up fact

Mr. Moore isn’t what you would call a “Disney Adult.” His allegiance lies with Universal Studios what the the availability of Nintendo World, Jurassic world, and–you guessed it–WaterWorld (for some reason).

Note: I did not realize there was a whole park dedicated to WaterWorld let alone the intellectual property still being a ‘thing.’