BOISE--The Boise State Broncos have now had two full days to digest their season-opening, 32-point loss to the Washington Huskies. The feeling is still a bit raw.
“It was little bit frustrating,” senior wide receiver Geraldo Boldewijn said. “But you can tell it was just little mistakes that we made. They capitalized on those.”
“It leaves a bad taste in your mouth. I think our guys are ready,” junior linebacker Blake Renaud said. “The lucky thing is we've got more games to play this year and we're looking forward to it.”
Now the Broncos are focused on correcting their mistakes and moving forward. They also realize that there are positives to take away from the loss.
“The most important thing is that they played hard,” head coach Chris Petersen said. “We'll get them dialed in. If we can continue to practice like we've been practicing, not lose focus, and continue to improve, we'll be okay.”
The Broncos will have a chance to bounce back when they host Tennessee-Martin for the home-opener at Bronco Stadium on Saturday.