BOISE -- The Boise State Broncos will face the University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles on Saturday at 10 a.m. Mountain Time.
Historically, the Broncos have dominated Southern Miss. both at home and on the road.
BSU defeated the Golden Eagles 38-16 at Bronco Stadium in 2007. The Broncos also beat the team with a 24-7 victory in Hattiesburg in 2008.
How do both teams stack up this season?
Despite BSU's opening loss to Michigan State, the 3-1 Broncos are coming off a three-game winning streak both at home and on the road.
However, Southern Miss. is currently 0-4, having fallen to several tough opponents including Nebraska and Western Kentucky.
HOW TO WATCH ON TV
Viewers can tune into Root Sports NW to see the game broadcast live at 10 a.m.
- Cable One: channel 27
- DirecTV: channel 687
- Dish Network: channel 426
- Cox Communications: 42
KTVB's Ryan Larrondo is currently in Hattiesburg, Miss. where he's interviewing fans, players, and head coach Chris Petersen.
KTVB will broadcast a live pre-game show from Boise on Saturday at 9 a.m. on KTVB and on KTFT-Twin Falls. We'll feature Larrondo's reports along with commentary from KTVB's Mark Johnson and Jay Tust.
You can also expect post-game coverage and highlights on KTVB and KTFT-Twin Falls immediately after the game.
WILL BSU UPHOLD OCTOBER WINNING STREAK?
After last week's 32-29 win over the New Mexico Lobos, the Broncos returned to the USA TODAY Coaches’ Poll in the last spot. However, Boise State did fall from Associated Press top 25 poll.
Many wonder whether this week's game against Southern Miss. will see the Broncos uphold their 11-year winning streak for games played in October.
Broncos Head Coach Chris Petersen said he expects the match-up to be a challenge for the Broncos.
Petersen also said despite the Golden Eagles' losing record, they could be one of the best 0-4 teams in the country.
"They're schemes are really good and they've got some electrifying players," Petersen said during last Monday's news conference.