Broncos Return Home and Look to Continue Streak as They Take on San Francisco
BRONCOS RETURN HOME  AND LOOK TO CONTINUE STREAK AS THEY TAKE ON SAN FRANCISCO: The Boise State men’s basketball team is currently undefeated when playing on its home court at Taco Bell Arena and the Broncos look to keep that streak alive as they take on San Francisco, Saturday, Dec. 13, with tipoff scheduled for 7:07 p.m. (MST).

ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO DONS (6-4, 0-0 WCC): The San Francisco Dons make their second straight road trip after coming off of a tough 66-60 loss at Pacific ... The Dons have won just one game when playing on the road this season, owning an away record of 1-4 ... However, San Francisco’s only victory on the road came against WAC foe, Hawaii ... Be on the lookout for the Dons’ Dior Lowhorn to light up on the floor as he not only leads the team averaging 19.8 points and 6.5 rebounds per game, but is currently shooting .490 from the field (72-147) and .500 from beyond the arc (13-26) ... Charity comes easy for Manny Quezada as he leads the Dons shooting .800 (28-35) from the free throw line.

LAST TIME AGAINST SAN FRANCISCO (DEC. 1, 2007):  Reggie Larry matched his career high with 24 points and seven rebounds and Matt Nelson added 20 to lead Boise State to a 91-81 win over San Francisco ... Nelson added eight rebounds while Jamar Greene scored 10 of his 13 points during an 18-2 run midway through the second half when the Broncos (5-2) took control and eased to their fourth straight win, one shy of their longest win streak a year ago ...Dior Lowhorn scored 25 points and had eight rebounds for San Francisco (3-4), which lost for the third time in four games ... Myron Strong added 17 points and three assists for the Dons, who had four players score in double figures ... The Dons made one final push and pulled within 83-72 after four straight points from Manny Quezada before a Nelson dunk with 56 seconds left sealed the win for Boise State ...Larry had 13 points and four rebounds in the first half ... Tyler Tiedeman had 11 points, six rebounds and five assists for Boise State.

THE BRONCOS AGAINST THE DONS: Historically, the Broncos have posted a record of 4-2 against the Dons and are currently on a three-game winning streak ... San Francisco has never won a game at Taco Bell Arena ... Boise State coach Greg Graham owns a record of 2-0 against San Francisco ... The Dons’ last win over the Broncos was during the 1999-2000 season when San Francisco edged out Boise State 55-54 ...

RADIO:  KIDO (580 AM) in Boise, will broadcast the game live with Bob Behler providing the play-by-play. Former Boise State basketball player Abe Jackson handles color commentary. The games can also be heard on the Boise State Broncos Radio Network in Twin Falls (KSNQ 98.3 FM), Pocatello (KWIK 1240AM), Idaho Falls (KID 590AM), Sun Valley (KYZK 107.5FM), and McCall (KDZY 98.3 FM). KIDO, which is in its first year as the home of the Broncos, will broadcast every Boise State game.

TELEVISION:
KTVB (Cable channel 28, digital channel 7-2, and UHF channel 49).  David Augusto (Play-by-Play); Brian King (Color Commentary).

BRONCOS ON THE INTERNET:  Fans can log on to broncosports.com and watch all home games.   By becoming a Bronco Vision premium subscription member, Boise State fans will receive access to live games, past games, seasonal highlights, special features and interviews that can only be seen by paying the membership price of $9.95 per month or $69.95 per year.  Bronco Vision members will need a high speed internet connection. Live stats can be found at broncosports.com to follow the game on game tracker.

SHOWDOWN WITH THE MOUNTAIN WEST:
  Boise State completed a three game stretch against schools from the Mountain West Conference, finishing with a record of 2-1 against MWC opponents ... Coach Graham posted his first win against Wyoming in thrilling fashion as the Broncos made a last second layup to roll past the undefeated Cowboys, 86-85 ... During his tenure at Boise State, Coach Graham owns a record of 5-6 against opponents in the Mountain West Conference ... The wins over both Wyoming and Colorado State marked the first victories over those two schools for Head Coach Greg Graham ... Marked Boise State’s first win over Colorado State since 1976 when the Broncos beat the Rams, 60-52 ... Boise State fell to an undefeated Brigham Young team, 56-94, extending the Cougars home winning streak to 52 games.

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