The MountainWest announced on Friday that four Boise State football games will be televised by CBSSportsNetworkthis fall.

The Broncos road matchups atUtahState on Saturday, Oct. 12, at Colorado State on Saturday, Nov. 2 and at San Diego State on Saturday, Nov. 23, along with their home game against Nevada on Saturday, Oct. 19, have all been picked up for national coverage.

While ESPN owns the rights to all Bronco home games, CBSowns the rights to all Bronco road games. The new television contract allows the networks to swap one game per year with each other.

With that in mind, as ESPN announced on Tuesday, they will carry Boise State at Fresno State on Friday, Sept. 20, while CBS-SN selected to broadcast the Nevada game in Boise.

Seven of Boise State's 12 games this fall have now been selected for national television coverage, but ESPN must air as least more according to the new television contract.

TheMountain West said that additional games on theCBSand ESPNmediums will be announced at a later date.

Sat., Aug. 31at WashingtonTBATBA
Sat., Sept. 7vs Tennessee-MartinTBATBA

Fri., Sept. 13

vs Air Force*6:00 p.m.ESPN
Fri., Sept. 20at FresnoState*7:00 p.m.ESPN
Sat., Sept. 28vs Southern MissTBATBA
Sat., Oct. 12at UtahState*5:30 p.m.CBS
Sat., Oct. 19vs Nevada*6:00 p.m.CBS
Fri., Oct. 25at BYU6:00 p.m.ESPN
Sat., Nov. 2at Colorado State*6:00 p.m.CBS
Sat., Nov. 16vs Wyoming*TBATBA
Sat., Nov. 23at San Diego State*8:30 p.m.CBS
Sat., Nov. 30vs New Mexico*TBATBA

*Conference games

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