The Boise St. Broncos should have no issues with the Colorado St. Rams when they visit Fort Collins this Saturday.
Boise State's march to the BCS National Championship game still needs quite a bit to happen not on the fields of play they will be on, but the Broncos will need to win all of their games if they hope to have even the slimmest of chances to make the title game. This Saturday that journey takes them through Fort Collins and the Colorado St. Rams.
The Broncos open their inaugural Mountain West Conference schedule with what should be an easy game for them. The odds-makers, as provided by Odds Shark, opened this game with Boise State favored by 30 points. The line has since moved to 32 points. The Broncos just beat the Fresno St. Bulldogs by 50 points, 57-7, and average 40.6 points this season.
The Rams, meanwhile, have been skating on thin ice. They were sloppy in a win over New Mexico and pulled out an overtime victory over Utah State. The one clear win the Rams had was over FCS Northern Colorado, 33-14, and the Bears are 0-6 on the season. And they lost a very winnable game against the San Jose St. Spartans two weeks ago. It's not looking good this weekend for the Rams.