BOISE -- The Boise State Bronco men's basketball team (19-10, 9-7) faces off against the University of Nevada at Reno Wolf Pack (13-16, 8-8) at 7:00 MST on Wednesday, March 5 at Taco Bell Arena.

The Broncos are coming off a 72-63 win against Wyoming, while the Wolf Pack are coming off a 72-58 loss against the University of New Mexico Lobos.


Wednesday's game marks Senior Night, where three seniors will be honored before the game. Thomas Bropleh, Jeff Elorriaga, and Ryan Watkins will be playing in their final home game, and came to Boise State as part of head coach Leon Rice's first class.

The game will be shown on the Mountain West Network as well as on KTVB.COM.

And on the Radio: Boise State's games will be broadcast live on the Bronco Radio Network, with KBOI (670 AM) serving as the flagship station.

Tickets for Wednesday's game start at $20 for adults, $18 for Seniors (62 and older) and $14 for Junior (ages 2 - High School). Boise State alumni can get tickets at a discount.

The first 1,000 fans in the door will get a pair of orange sunglasses.

Boise State Transportation and Parking Services will offer game day parking in the East Stadium lot and the Lincoln Avenue Garage for $5 per space. A shuttle will be provided from the Lincoln Ave. Garage, to shuttle fans to and from the game starting one hour prior to the game, and immediately following the end of the game.


This is 63rd game to be played between the Broncos and Wolf Pack. The Broncos are 23-39 against the Wolf Pack since they first met in 1977. Nevada is also the fourth-most played series in Boise State basketball history, coming in behind Idaho, Idaho State and Weber State. Back on January 14, Boise State handed Nevada's first conference loss of the season, 74-65.

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