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A Winning Tradition
 First Year of Football  1933 Junior College, 1968 Division II, 1978 Division I-AA, 1996 Division I-A
 All-Time Record  365 - 145 - 1 (.715) (1968 - 2010)
 Junior College Record  199 - 61 - 9 (.757) (1933 - 1967)
 All-Time WAC Record  65 - 4 (.949) (2001 - 2010)
 Most Consecutive Wins  22 (2003 - 2004)
 Undefeated Seasons  2 (2006 & 2009)
 10+ Win Seasons  17 (1971, 1973, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1990, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010)
 Nation's Winningest Team Since 1997  143 - 32 (.819)
 Nation's Best Home Record Since 2000
 69 - 2 (.9718)
 Broncos on National TV  54 Games (46 - 8)
 Team Honors
 National Championships  2 (1958 NJCAA, 1980 Division I-AA)
 Top 25 Finishes  7 (#12 2002, #15 2003, #12 2004, #5 2006, #11 2008, #4, 2009, #7 2010)
 Conference Titles  14 (1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 & 2010)
 WAC Titles  8 (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 & 2010)
 Bowl Appearances  11 (Last- 2010 MAACO Bowl Las Vegas)
 All-Time Bowl Record  7 - 4 (.636)
 Player Honors
 All-Americans  101 (92 - Division I-AA, 9 - Division I-A, most recent- 2010 QB Kellen Moore)
 First Team All-Conference  198 (every year since 1971)
 Conference Players of the Year  17 (7 in the last 10 seasons)
 NFL Draft Picks  41 (6 drafted in last two years)
 Broncos in the NFL  10 currently on an NFL roster
 College Football HOF  1 (Randy Trautman 1978 - 1981, Inducted 1999)
 Pro Football HOF  1 (Dave Wilcox 1960 - 1962, Inducted 2000)
 Head Coaches
 Number of Head Coaches  14 (4 Division I-A, 5 Division I-AA, 5 Junior College)
 Most Victories  61 - Chris Petersen
 Best Winning Percentage  .924 - Chris Petersen, 61-5
 Most Seasons  8 - Tony Knap (1968 - 1975)
 Most Conference Titles  4 - Dan Hawkins & Chris Petersen
 Most Bowl Wins  3 - Chris Petersen
 Most Bowl Games  5 - Chris Petersen
 Lyle Smith - Boise Junior College
 Years Coached Football  20 (1947 - 1950, 1952 - 1967)
 National Championships  1 (1958)
 Overall Record  156 - 26 - 6 (.848)
 Undefeated Seasons  5 (1947 9-0, 1948 9-0, 1949 10-0, 1956 8-0, 1958 10-0)
 Post-Season Appearances  5
 Longest Winning Streak  37 Games (1947 - 1950)
 All-Americans Coached  23 (20 Football & 3 Baseball)
 Years Coached Baseball  17 (1947 - 1950, 1953, 1956 - 1967)
 Baseball Conference Championships  4 (1951, 1954, 1960, 1961)
 Years Coached Basketball  1 (1946-47, 24-9 record)
 Years as Athletic Director  14 (1968 - 1981)
   
 University
 School Official Name  Boise State University
 School Location  Boise, Idaho
 Enrollment  19,993
 Official Colors  Blue and Orange
 Team Nickname  Broncos
 Mascot  Buster Bronco
 Fight Song  Orange and Blue
   
 Stadium
 Stadium Name  Bronco Stadium
 Field Name  Lyle Smith Field
 Official Capacity  33,500
 Largest Crowd  34,137 (September 25, 2010 - Boise State 37 Oregon State 24)
 All-Time Stadium Record  221 - 49 (.819)
 Home Record From 2000 - Current  69 - 2 (.9718)
 Most Consecutive Wins  31 (2001 - 2005, 7th Most in NCAA I-A History Since 1936)
 First Game at Site  September 11, 1970 (Boise State 49, Chico State 14)