Chad Pfeifer returns to his home state of Idaho for Boise Open
Looking ahead: Boise State Broncos
Fans in Boise State, BYU, Cincinnati, UCF and a few other spots are listening. Seems like only last week we celebrated the five-year anniversary of the extremely silly conference realignment era. It was only last week. Now look at us,...Show More Summary
Boise, Idaho, celebrates its 25th Pride anniversary as well as marriage equality in the Gem State. Boise-Pride-400x.00.jpg
Syracuse picks Boise State's Coyle as new AD
The University of Syracuse hired Boise State Athletic Director Mark Coyle to the same position the school announced Friday. Coyle has been at Boise State since December 2011 and also previously worked at Kentucky as director AD, along...Show More Summary
REBECCA BOONE, Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A national civil liberties group has brought its fight to overhaul the criminal defense system for low-income defendants to Idaho with a lawsuit that says the state hasn't done enough...Show More Summary
Boise State University has agreed to revise its speech policy after Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit last year on behalf of a pro-life student group that was censored on the Boise, Idaho campus in 2014.
Boise State University has revised its speech policy in light of a lawsuit Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed last year on behalf of a pro-life student group. The university’s new speech policy no longer requires student organizations to post warning signs on campus for events school officials deem “controversial” and no longer limits literature distribution […]
Boise State is commonly known as a football school, but Derrick Marks went a long way toward changing that perception last year. Despite a season-ending injury to his fellow senior Anthony Drmic, Marks helped his team win the 1st Mountain… Continue Reading ? The post On your Marks: CHD interviews Boise State G Derrick Marks appeared first on CollegeHoopsDaily.
Photo by Tim Donovan/FWC, Flickr According to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service census data, women are the fastest growing segment of the hunting population in the country, while the number of male hunters continues a 30-year downwardShow More Summary
The NFL is known as a pass-first league, and rookie running backs aren ’t valued as highly as they once were. This season, former Boise State Broncos running back and Miami Dolphins fifth-round pick Jay Ajayi will shatter the mold and...Show More Summary
How does a player like Boise State's Jay Ajayi become available on Day 3 of the draft in the fifth round? Ajayi fell due to concerns around the health of his knees. According to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, "S everal...Show More Summary
Former Boston College Eagles guard Lonnie Jackson will transfer to Boise State for his final year of eligibility, according to Josh Gershon of Scout.com. #BostonCollege guard transfer Lonnie Jackson has committed to #BoiseState, perShow More Summary
Running the numbers for the entire 2015 NFL Draft confirms that while sleepers can break through, super-talented players remain super-talented players. We love underdogs. We love seeing teams like Boise State get fair chances to beat bigger programs in games that matter. Show More Summary
Boise State might have found some production in its backcourt to help replace Derrick Marks.
Last month, the agent for Boise State running back Jay Ajayi rebutted a report that his client’s combine medical re-check of his knee went poorly by pointing out that Ajayi didn’t go to Indianapolis for a follow-up medical exam. Whether there were concerns about a knee injury from several years ago or other reasons to…
The Miami Dolphins landed Jay Ajayi in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Boise State running back Jay Ajayi has been selected by the Miami Dolphins with the No. 149 overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, giving them a versatile, powerful rusher to complement their ground attack. Ajayi was Mr. Show More Summary
Boise State’s Jay Ajayi is considered one of the better midtier running back prospects in the 2015 NFL draft class. Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller rated him as the seventh-best running back and someone who can make an impact as a rookie...Show More Summary
It's happened time and time again in media-driven draft cycles: Groupthink takes hold of a player's weakness and turns it into such a liability that the player becomes undervalued. Nebraska defensive lineman Jared Crick missed most of his senior season with injuries, went in the fourth round and has become a solid end for the Houston Texans. Show More Summary