Home Opener Monday vs Lumberjacks
Nov. 15, 2015

Boise State (0-1) vs Northern Arizona (0-1)
Monday, Nov. 16 | 7 p.m. | Boise, Idaho (Taco Bell Arena)
TV: ROOT Sports | Live Video | Live Audio | Live Stats
THE GAME: Boise State men’s basketball (0-1) opens its home schedule Monday, against Northern Arizona (0-1). The game tips off at 7 p.m. from Taco Bell Arena and will be televised by ROOT Sports.

HOME OPENERS: Boise State is 38-9 all-time in home openers as a four-year school. The Broncos have won 12-straight home debuts. Boise State’s last loss in a home opener was Nov. 18, 2002, in a 73-59 setback to Eastern Illinois.

vs NAU: Boise State holds a 34-21 advantage in the all-time series against Northern Arizona, including a 23-5 mark at home.The Broncos and Lumberjacks last met December 18, 2001. Monday marks just the fourth nonconference meeting between the former Big Sky foes.

BOUNCING BACK: Boise State started the season with a 74-72 loss at Montana (Nov. 13). It is the 20th time since becoming a four-year school the Broncos have started the season with a loss. The Broncos are 9-10 all-time following a season-opening loss, including wins the last two times (2006 and 2002).

HOME AGAIN: Anthony Drmic is set to play his first official home game in nearly a year. Drmic, who scored 23 points in the opener Friday, played at home just once last season (Nov. 18 vs Montana).

DOUBLEHEADER: Boise State women's basketball will host College of Charleston Monday at 4 p.m., in the first game of a doubleheader with the men. All fans who arrive before halftime of the women's game will get tickets to both games for $6.

TELEVISION: ROOT Sports will televise the home opener. Drew Goodman will have play-by-play duties alongside analyst Joe Cravens. Jenny Cavnar will serve as the sideline reporter.

LIVE VIDEO: Fans outside of the ROOT Sports footprint can watch a free live video stream online at broncosports.com/videos.

ON THE CALL: The Voice of the Broncos, Bob Behler, is back for his eighth season of calling Boise State men's basketball on the radio. Behler is joined by Bronco great Abe Jackson in his eighth year as the analyst. The game will be carried on the Bronco Radio Network, including the flagship station 670 AM KBOI in Boise. A live audio stream is also available at BroncoSports.com.

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