Broncos-Vandals to be Televised by ROOT SPORTS

Nov. 19, 2013

PLANO, Texas - The upcoming men's basketball game featuring Boise State vs. Idaho will air live throughout the Northwest and Rocky Mountain regions via an agreement between ROOT SPORTSTM and Learfield Sports, the multimedia rights holder for both Boise State and Idaho Athletics.

The game on November 27 is scheduled to tip off at 7 p.m. MT from neutral host site, CenturyLink Arena in Boise.

Hoops fans backing the Broncos or the Vandals will be able to access the game via ROOT SPORTS on all major cable and satellite providers throughout Idaho. The correct channel numbers can be found by visiting ROOTSPORTS.com, selecting your region, and clicking the channel listings tab. This marks the second-consecutive year that ROOT SPORTS has produced and distributed the game.

It marks the third-consecutive year the teams will square off in a neutral-site game in the Treasure Valley. Boise State defeated Idaho, 78-68, last season (Dec. 20) at CenturyLink Arena behind 25 points from Derrick Marks. The previous season saw the Broncos take a 76-73 victory at the Idaho Center in Nampa, led by Anthony Drmic's 26-point performance.

Since Jan. 9, 1971, the Broncos and Vandals have met 87 times on the hardwood. Boise State holds a 52-35 advantage in the all-time series, including a 10-0 mark when the schools have played as nonconference opponents.


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