BOISE -- You know it's game week when people start packing, and that's what the Boise State Broncos were doing Monday to get ready for their trip to Georgia.
When the football team leaves for Atlanta on Thursday, they will board a chartered plane to make the 4-hour flight.
But, there isn't enough room on the plane for all the equipment they need. That's where Airvan comes in.
"The past few years there have been very few people who don't know who Boise State is and why it is. Generally all the feedback is good, excitement, rooting for us," said Ray Rice, Airvan Vice President of Operations.
The company hauls everything the Broncos need, from pads to communication equipment, tape to cheerleader bullhorns.
The truck is being loaded up and will set out on the 2,300-mile trip Tuesday afternoon.