BOISE, Idaho — Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin discussed STUD end Curtis Weaver's three-sack performance, freshman Hank Bachmeier's role on the team, and previewed the Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors in his weekly news conference on Monday.

The undefeated Broncos (5-0, 2-0) are back on the Blue this week and take on former-WAC rival Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors (4-1, 1-0) at 8:15 p.m. at Albertsons Stadium. While No. 14 Boise State hasn't had much time to look at the Warriors so far this week, Harsin should dive into this daunting matchup during his news conference.

The game could be a preview of the Mountain West Championship game, as both the Broncos and Warriors lead the Mountain and West Divisions of the conference.

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Bryan Harsin looked back at the Broncos' 38-13 win over the UNLV Rebels on Saturday night and talked about the uncharacteristic number of penalties the Broncos racked up - 10 penalties for 130 yards, they entered the game with just 148 penalty yards allowed on the season.

During the game on Saturday, STUD end Curtis Weaver set a new Mountain West Conference record for career sacks with 29.5. Weaver ended the game with three sacks, bringing his season sack total to nine, which leads the entire FBS. Harsin discussed how impressive Weaver's feat is and how the team works together to get after the opposing quarterback.

If you missed any of the news conference, you can catch the entire live stream on KTVB's YouTube Channel.

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