Broncos seek season-record 25th win in Fort Collins


Boise State (24-6, 15-2 MW) to Colorado State (23-4, 13-4 MW)
Saturday March 5 | 6:30 PM MT
Fort Collins, Colorado | Moby-Arena
Television: CBSSN | Live audio | Live statistics

Boise State men’s basketball wraps up its regular season with a game against Colorado State on Saturday, March 5 in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Broncos are one win away from tying the program record of 25 wins in a season, set in the 2007-08 campaign and achieved again in the 2014-15 season. Tipoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. MT and will air nationally on CBSSN.

WATCH LIVE: The match will air on CBS Sports Network, available locally on DirecTV channel 221, DISH Network channel 158 and Sparklight channel 139.

Radio coverage of the game will air on the Bronco Radio Network, including 670 AM KBOI and 93.1 FM in Boise, and online via the Varsity Network.

Game by game: Bob Behler

Analyst: Abe Jackson

ABOUT COLORADO STATE: The Rams carry with them the best offense in Mountain West, averaging 75.2 points per game on 48.5 percent shooting from the floor. Colorado State is led by two of the league’s best players in David Roddy (19.4 points, 7.8 rebounds) and Isaiah Stevens (14.9 points, 4.9 assists).

SERIES HISTORY: Boise State leads the all-time series with Colorado State 15-13. The Broncos have won four of the last five meetings at Moby Arena, including an 85-77 victory in the second leg of a two-game series last season.

ALONE AT THE SUMMIT: Boise State won its first regular-season conference championships in more than three decades with Tuesday’s win over Nevada (March 1). The last time the Broncos won a conference title was in the 1987-88 season, when Boise State was a member of the Big Sky Conference.

WEEKLY HONOURS: Boise State won the weekly MW awards as Abu Kigab and Tyson Degenhart were named Player of the Week and Freshman of the Week, respectively. Kigab scored at least 20 points in each of the Broncos’ two wins last week, averaging 22 points to lead Boise State in scoring. This award is the first of Kigab’s career. For Degenhart, the award was his ninth of the season, more than the rest of the league’s freshmen combined. This is the sixth week in a row that Degenhart has been honored.


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