BRONCOS PLAY WAITING GAME ON BOWL OPTIONS
As the last weekend of the college football regular season approaches, so to does the countdown on bowl announcements and match-ups. For undefeated and ninth ranked
But, as one of just four undefeated teams left in the country and ranked among the top 10 nationally, the Broncos are certainly eligible to be selected for an at-large berth by the BCS. While most think it is a foregone conclusion that Ohio State will lock up the final BCS spot based on a 10-2 season and belonging to the powerful Big Ten Conference with incredible fan following, the Bronco bowl fate still won’t be known until 6:00 pm Mountain Time on Sunday evening when the BCS announcements are made public.
What’s known for sure on the BCS front is that
With the Pac-10 Conference unable to fill all of its bowl obligations, the WAC will have four bowl tie-ins and appears poised to put five teams into post-season play. For Boise State, this likely means either a trip to the Poinsettia Bowl in San Diego against a nationally ranked Mountain West Conference foe (likely TCU, but possibly BYU), or staying in Boise’s own Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl (opposite an ACC opponent).
The WAC will also place
It all leads to one of the most anticipated three weeks of the sporting year, 34 bowl games with 68 teams from 10 different conferences spread coast-to-coast. It’s officially Bowl Season!