Broncos Return Home Monday
Nov. 22, 2015

Boise State (1-2) vs Concordia (Ore.) (1-2)
Monday, Nov. 23 | 7 p.m. | Boise, Idaho (Taco Bell Arena)

THE GAME: Boise State men’s basketball (1-2) returns home to take on Concordia (Ore.) Monday Nov. 23, at 7 p.m., in Taco Bell Arena. Tickets are available at

LIVE VIDEO: A live video stream of the game will be available for free online at

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

LAST TIME OUT: A spirited effort fell short Thursday, at No. 12/10 Arizona. Boise State lost 88-76 in a game that featured six ties and 15 lead changes. James Webb III scored a career-high 27 points.

ABOUT CONCORDIA: Concordia is in year two of a three-year transition period to NCAA Division II. The Cavaliers were members of the NAIA, competing in the Cascade Collegiate Conference until this year. They are now in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

NEXT UP: Boise State travels to the DirecTV Wooden Legacy for three games in four days beginning Thursday, in Southern California. The Broncos will face UC Irvine in the first round. Their second-round opponent will be Boston College or Michigan State and the final day could see a rematch with Arizona.

THOMPSON STEPS UP: Mikey Thompson made his first start of the season Thursday, at No. 12/10 Arizona and scored 12 points to go with a career- high seven assists. Thompson’s 12 points mark the third-straight game he has scored in double figures, his first such streak since Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2013.

DOUBLE-DOUBLES: Chandler Hutchison and James Webb III each recorded a double-double against Northern Arizona (Nov. 16). It was the first of Hutchison’s career and ninth for Webb. It marked the first time since 2009, two Broncos had a double-double in the same game. The last pair to do so was Daequon Montreal and Zach Moritz against Houston Baptist (Dec. 19, 2009).

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