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Boise State vs. Nevada 2012: TV schedule, game time, spread and more

Boise State plays for a seventh-straight season of double-digit wins on Saturday.

Otto Kitsinger III

The Boise State Broncos travel to play the Nevada Wolf Pack on Saturday in Reno to cap off the 2012 regular season and to play for a share of the Mountain West Conference championship.

At 6-1 in conference play, a win would secure Boise State a share of the MWC title with Fresno State and San Diego State. With a 9-2 overall record, a win would also guarantee the Broncos' seventh straight season of ten or more wins. The Boise State defense holds opponents to just 14.4 points per game, fifth-best in the country.

On offense, D.J. Harper has rushed for 935 yards on the season, and is complemented in the ground game by Jay Ajayi, whose 490 rushing yards come at a 7.1 yards-per-carry clip.

Nevada, already locked in to the New Mexico Bowl, looks to play spoiler once again to Boise State. The Wolf Pack is 7-4 on the strength of its consistently strong run game. Stefphon Jefferson has racked up 1,564 rushing yards, while quarterback Cody Fajardo has added 900 of his own to power the seventh-best run game in the country.

Boise State leads the all-time series between the schools, 25-13.

Date/Time: Sat., Dec. 1, 1:30 p.m. MT


Odds: Boise State is favored by 9 points

For more on this game visit Boise State site OBNUG and MWC blog Mountain West Connection.

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