Broncos, Oregon State Announce Series
Nov. 20, 2014

BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State football team will play a home-and-home series with Oregon State, Director of Athletics Mark Coyle announced Thursday.

The Broncos and Beavers will meet in Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 3, 2022, and at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Sept. 2, 2023.

The series is in addition to a previously-scheduled game at Oregon State in 2016.

"Strength of schedule is obviously something that is extremely important under the new postseason structure of college football," Coyle said. "Boise State has always made an attempt to schedule high-quality nonconference opponents, and we will continue that trend going forward.

"It is also our goal to schedule home-and-home series so that Bronco Nation gets the opportunity to see these types of games at Albertsons Stadium."

In upcoming seasons Boise State has home-and-home series scheduled with BYU, Florida State, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Virginia and Washington State.

A complete look at Boise State's nonconference schedules through 2023 can be found below:

2015
Sept. 3 or 4 - Washington
Sept. 12 - at BYU
Sept. 19 - Idaho State
Sept. 26 - at Virginia

2016
Sept. 3 - at Louisiana-Lafayette
Sept. 10 - Washington State
Sept. 24 - at Oregon State
Oct. 22 - BYU

2017
Sept. 2 - Troy
Sept. 9 - at Washington State
Sept. 23 - Virginia
Oct. 7 - at BYU

2018
Sept. 1 - at Troy
Sept. 8 - Connecticut
Sept. 15 - at Oklahoma State
Oct. 20 - BYU

2019
Sept. 7 - at Florida State
Sept. 21 - Cincinnati
Oct. 19 - at BYU

2020
Sept. 12 - Florida State
Sept. 26 - at Cincinnati
Oct. 17 - BYU

2021
Sept. 18 - Oklahoma State
Oct. 9 - at BYU

2022
Sept. 3 - at Oregon State
Sept. 17 - Michigan State
Oct. 8 - BYU

2023
Sept. 2 - Oregon State
Sept. 16 - at Michigan State
Oct. 14 - at BYU

The Broncos and Beavers have previously met eight times, with Oregon State holding a 5-3 advantage. Boise State has not lost to the Beavers at home in the last three games played in Boise, and had won three of the previous four games played between the schools before falling in the 2013 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl (38-23).


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