BOISE - While their performance on the field has hardly showed it, Boise State's football facilities have been lacking for quite some time. But with the Broncos breaking ground on a new state of the art facility on Thursday, soon that won't be the case.
By June 30, 2013, the Broncos will construct a brand new, 70,000-square foot facility behind the north endzone at Bronco Stadium that will rival the best in college football.
Always looking to take the next step forward, president Bob Kustra said the facility "is just the beginning" and the it will "give us a competitive advantage."
As for new athletic director Mark Coyle, he says this will provide Boise State with a "wow factor" as they continue to build for the future.