BOISE -- The Boise State Broncos (6-1) will face the University of Wyoming Cowboys (1-6) on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyo.
The game will be televised on the CBS Sports Network
- Cable One: channel 332
- DirecTV: channel 613
- Dish: channel 158
- Cox Cable : channel 234, and 1234 in HD
In addition, KTVB will broadcast the True Blue Pre Game Show starting at 1:30 p.m. on 7.1.
Here, you can watch as KTVB's Jay Tust and Mark Johnson talk Broncos live from Laramie, Wyo.
Viewers can also expect a live post-game interview with Coach Pete, along with game highlights.
Favorable odds for the Broncos
Boise State and the Cowboys have previously met six times, with Boise State winning every match-up.
BSU comes into Saturday's game ranked 1st in the Mountain West Conference. The Broncos are also ranked 21st in the AP Top 25 Poll.
The Cowboys are ranked second to last in the MWC, and have struggled through several narrow losses to opponents as diverse as Texas, Nevada, and Air Force.
What's more: Wyoming's coach won't be on the field during Saturday's game.
That's because Dave Christensen was suspended on October 13th after a curse-filled exchange with Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun.
Broncos head coach Chris Petersen says despite those factors, his team needs to be wary of the Cowboys' offense.
"I think this is a good team," Petersen said. "I think this is a very scary team for us."
The reason: Petersen says the Cowboys have fallen by very narrow margins this season, and have a talented, "mobile" quarterback in #16 Brett Smith.
"They have good schemes, they go fast, and they spread you out," Petersen said.
The cost of tickets for the game start at $40 for the general public, and $20 for those under 18.
Tickets can be purchased online at the University of Wyoming's official athletics website. You can also call the university ticket office at 1-800-WYO-FAN1.
Weather alerts and driving conditions
Those planning to drive to Laramie should expect winter-like driving conditions in higher elevations.
While no major road closures should effect those traveling to the game, fans making the trip can check the Wyoming Dept. of Transportation website for weather advisories.
Those who plan to drive, should also expect the trip to take at least 10 hours on dry roads.