Broncos and Huskies to Meet in MAACO Bowl Las Vegas
No. 19 (BCS) Boise State (10-2) returns to the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas for the third-straight season, and for the second-straight year will face an opponent from the Pacific-12 Conference in the University of Washington (7-5), Dec. 22.


Kickoff for this year's game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas is 12:30 p.m. (PT).  The game will be televised by ESPN. 


Boise State is one of just 10 teams nationally to play in 10-or-more consecutive bowl games.  This will mark the 11th-straight season the Broncos have played in a postseason bowl game, and the 12th time in the past 13 years.  Boise State has a three-game bowl winning streak, and a record of 8-4 in bowl games as a Football Bowl Subdivision member.


Washington completed its regular season with an overall record of 7-5 and finished fourth in the North Division of the Pac-12 with a 5-4 record.  The Huskies dropped their regular finale with a 31-28 overtime loss at Washington State on Nov. 23.


This will mark only the second time Boise State has faced the Huskies on the football field. The previous meeting was in 2007 with Washington recording a 24-10 victory in Seattle. 

For more information about the matchup against Washington, check out the Bowl Central Page and scroll to the bottom for information on both teams.

To see what the Broncos have been up to during the week in Las Vegas leading up to the bowl game, click the links below.

Broncos in Vegas: Day One

Broncos in Vegas: Day Two

Broncos in Vegas: Day Three



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