The Boise State Broncos will meet up against the New Mexico Lobos on Saturday as the two teams both begin play in the Mountain West Conference. Boise has had the better start to the season so far, going 2-1 with a loss to a very good Michigan State team the only blemish on their record following a tight 7-6 win over BYU. The Lobos are 2-2 overall after a win over New Mexico State.
Offense has been an issue for the Broncos, putting up a grand total of zero points against BYU and getting the win thanks to a pick six. B.R. Holbrook and the Lobos attack have done a bit more, but most of their points came against Southern in a 66-0 win to start off the season. They'll have a much harder time against a Boise defense that has not allowed more than 17 points so far in the season.
The game will be at University Stadium in New Mexico at 4 p.m. MT.
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