College Football Schedule 2012: Boise State seeks share of title against Nevada

Otto Kitsinger III

With a share of MWC conference title on the line, Boise State travels to Mackey Stadium to face Nevada

With the remainder of conference play having finished this past Saturday, No. 20 Boise State takes on Nevada to try to clinch a share of the MWC title. WIth Fresno State and San Diego State firmly planted at 7-1, the Broncos will need to take care of business against the Wolf Pack.

Despite being 11-1 against the Wolf Pack, this game certainly isn't business as usual. On November 26, 2010 the Broncos lost an overtime thriller against Nevada, quashing the program's title run that year. With all the conference eyes fixed on Mackey Stadium, Boise State will need to bring their best game on Saturday.

The Broncos are coming off a bye, but cruised in the previous two games against Hawaii and Colorado State. Their lone conference loss this season was three weeks ago against San Diego State, the team they are trying to catch in the standings. The Wolf Pack are coming off a win against New Mexico, which broke a three-game losing streak.

Week 14 college football schedule:

No. 20 Boise State at Nevada; 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC

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