Petersen notes Georgia talent

Petersen notes Georgia talent

Petersen notes Georgia talent

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by Ryan Larrondo

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Posted on August 27, 2011 at 11:02 PM

Updated Monday, Nov 4 at 8:21 AM

BOISE--  The Boise State Broncos are under a week away from kicking off the season against Georgia on September 3 in the Georgia Dome.

 

The Broncos are expected to depend on some younger and less experienced wide receivers to fill the void left by graduation, but that isn't the only position on the field that will showcase youth. The Bulldogs will also have a youngster as a big part of their game plan. True freshman running back Isaiah Crowell is expected to handle the ball a lot on Saturday. He is young and untested, but that doesn't mean the Broncos won't take the talented back seriously.

"They've got good players across the board. It doesn't matter if the guy's been there a few years or he's just arrived," BSU head coach Chris Petersen said. "That's one of the great things about playing Georgia, everybody has tremendous respect for those players, for that staff, for that program. I mean the name Georgia, it gets every body's attention."

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