Bronco men sticking together despite struggles

Bronco men sticking together despite struggles

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by Jay Tust

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Posted on February 11, 2012 at 12:33 AM

Updated Tuesday, Nov 26 at 1:12 AM

BOISE - For the Boise State men's basketball team, their first go-around in the Mountain West wasn't too kind to them.  But despite being winless in the new year and 0-7 in conference, sophomore guard Anthony Drmic says the Broncos aren't losing faith.

While Drmic added Boise State could easily be 4-3 if they had any luck at all, senior guard Tre Nichols was quick to point out that at some point in time the ball has to start bouncing their way.

With the Broncos set to take on Air Force on Saturday, they say they learned from the first time meeting with the Falcons - a 74-59 loss.

"UNLV and TCU, they kind of try and speed you up," said senior guard Tre Nichols about the slower tempo the Falcons play with on offense.  "(Against) Air Force we have to play with more poise and discipline."

"We just have to be ready for it because Air Force is a good team," added freshman guard Anthony Drmic.  "I think if we're ready to play we should be good."

Boise State and Air Force tip-off Saturday at 7:00 p.m.  The game will air on the CBS Sports Network.

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