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Boise State to play Nonconference Games against Nevada and Fresno State in 2011

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                BOISE, Idaho - Boise State University has completed its nonconference football schedule for the 2011 season with the announcement the Broncos will play the University of Nevada and Fresno State.

                The Broncos will host the Wolf Pack on Oct. 1 (Saturday), and the following week travel to play the Bulldogs on Oct. 8 (Saturday).

                Nevada and Fresno State will play league games in the Western Athletic Conference next season before moving to the Mountain West Conference in 2012. 

                Boise State joins the MWC next year.                                                                                                         

                "We are excited to continue the rivalry Boise State has with both Nevada and Fresno State next season, and look forward to both schools joining us in the Mountain West Conference beginning in 2012," Boise State Director of Athletics Gene Bleymaier stated.

                Boise State's nonconference schedule for next season includes games at Ole Miss on (Saturday; Sept. 3), at Toledo (Saturday; Sept. 17), at home against Tulsa (Saturday; Sept. 24), at home against Nevada (Saturday; Oct. 1) and at Fresno State (Saturday; Oct. 8).

                The Broncos' MWC schedule in 2011 will include games against Air Force, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU, UNLV and Wyoming.  Dates and locations for all Mountain West Conference games in 2011 will be announced by the league office early next year.