Boise State will play home game vs. Louisville in 2013

Otto Kitsinger III

Boise State will play a home game against Louisville in 2013 as part of their Big East schedule.

According to Brian Murphy of the Idaho Statesman on Twitter, Boise St. Broncos president Bob Kustra said that the football team will be playing the Louisville Cardinals at home in 2013.

Adding that game to their home slate fills out one Big East conference game. They already have games on the schedule against Washington (in Seattle, Wash.) and BYU (in Provo, Utah at LaVell Edwards Stadium) as road contests. Now they've got three home games set, with matchups against Tennessee-Martin and Southern Miss in Boise on the schedule.

They'll play Washington on Aug. 31, Tennessee-Martin on Sept. 7, Southern Miss. on Sept. 28 and BYU on Oct. 26. No further details for the Louisville game have been announced, so there is no information on when the game might take place, but there are gaps in September and October that would seem to make sense.

Specific times for those games have not yet been revealed, but you can find their official schedule here.

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