Boise State’s upcoming football schedule

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Get ready Boise State football fans, it looks like there will be a jam-packed home field schedule to start out the 2019 season.

Boise State’s football department has already released their official 2019 football schedule. After their season opener against Florida State on Saturday, Aug. 31, the Broncos will have three home games against Marshall, Portland State and Air Force, all in September. This will be the first time Boise State has been scheduled for three consecutive home games since 2007.

“It’s exciting to start the season off that way because it’s back-to-back-to-back weeks of packing the stadium and getting people on board with cheering the Broncos on,” said sophomore Keaton Davis, a team manager for the Boise State football team. “It’s nice because it will set expectations early for the year. I can see it being an issue late in the season because (if) it comes down to the conference being close, we’ll be on the road. But to start off the season it will be good for the team and the community.”

Boise State will also have two consecutive road games, set up for Oct. 19 at BYU and Nov. 2 at San Jose State. Then they will have to face a challenging finish to their season with two more consecutive away games on Nov. 23 at Utah State and Nov. 30 at Colorado State.

“Having the team home for a whole month will bring the students and fans of Boise State closer together to create a bond for when they are playing their two consecutive away games,” said freshman Chloe Holzer, who has been a Boise State fan her whole life.

2019 Bronco Football Schedule:

Sat, Aug 31   vs Florida State

Sat, Sep 7 vs Marshall

Sat, Sep 14 vs Portland State

Sat, Sep 21 vs Airforce

Sat, Oct 5 @ UNLV

Sat, Oct 12 vs Hawaii

Sat, Oct 19 @ BYU

Sat. Nov 2 @ San Jose State

Sat, Nov, 9 vs Wyoming

Sat, Nov 16 vs New Mexico

Sat, Nov 23 @ Utah State

Sat, Nov 30 @ Colorado State


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