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Broncos Continue Road Trip at Wyoming

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DATE: Saturday; Feb. 25, 2012
TIME: 2 p.m. (MT)
LOCATION: Laramie, Wyo. / Arena-Auditorium (15,000)
TV: The Mtn.
RADIO: Bronco Sports Network / BroncoSports.com

THE GAME: The Boise State men’s basketball team continues this week’s road trip, traveling to Laramie, Wyo., to take on Wyoming, Saturday.

Tip-off between the Broncos (13-13, 3-8 MW) and Cowboys (18-9, 4-7 MW) is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Arena-Auditorium.

TV INFORMATION: The game will be broadcast nationally by The Mtn., one of 11 Bronco games on the network this season.

The channel is carried by the following local providers: DIRECTV (616) and Cable One (329).

Play-by-Play: Peter Young
Analyst: Andrea Lloyd

RADIO INFORMATION: Boise State’s game will be broadcast live on the Bronco Sports Network, with KBOI (670 AM) serving as the flagship station. The broadcast will also be streamed live at BroncoSports.com.

Play-by-Play: Bob Behler
Analyst: Abe Jackson

THE SERIES: The Broncos and Cowboys have previously met 14 times, with Boise State trailing 5-9 in the all-time series. The Broncos are 1-6 in Laramie, Wyo., with their only win coming Dec. 22, 1984 (57-55).

EARLIER THIS SEASON: The Broncos fell 75-64 to Wyoming at Taco Bell Arena, Jan. 28. Joe Hanstad led the Broncos with 13 points, his first-career game in double figures. Ryan Watkins (12) and Tre’ Nichols (11) also scored 10-plus for the Broncos.

IN GOOD COMPANY: With nine points against the Runnin’ Rebels (Feb. 22), Anthony Drmic moved past Chris Childs into fifth place on Boise State’s all-time freshman scoring list. Drmic now has 304 points in 25 games during his debut season, averaging 12.2 points per game. Childs scored 300 points in his 28 games during the 1985-86 season. Drmic needs just six points to move into fourth place, passing Coby Karl (309; 2003-04).

FRESHMEN STARTS: Boise State has a combined 42 starts by freshmen this season, breaking the school record set in both 1989-90 and 1993-94 (38).