BOISE, Idaho — Editor's note: The news conference has concluded. A recording of the entire event is now attached to this story.
With two games remaining in the regular season, the Boise State University football team still has a shot at running the Mountain West table. For their final road game, it's going to be the Broncos vs. the Cowboys this coming Saturday.
Boise State is 7-3 overall and 6-0 in Mountain West conference play following the Broncos' 41-3 rout of Nevada on Nov. 12 on a snowy field at Mackay Stadium in Reno.
"It was a good week of practice, and it will take us having an even better week of practice this week," said Broncos head coach Andy Avalos. "I'm proud of the guys. It was awesome to see them work diligently through the course of last week. A lot of the things we did well in practice we did well in the game."
Boise State heads to Laramie, Wyoming, this coming weekend to take on the Wyoming Cowboys, who are 7-3 overall and 5-1 in the Mountain West, just one game behind Boise State in the Mountain Division. Game time is set for 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. It will be televised on CBS Sports Network.
Avalos said that in film review and on-field practice since the Nevada game, the Broncos learned some things "that will help us moving forward," and added that preparing for Wyoming will "require us to be our best, have our best week of practice."
Avalos, defensive coordinator Spencer Danielson and offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter reviewed the Nevada game and discussed the Broncos' next matchup in a news conference livestreamed on KTVB.COM and the KTVB YouTube channel.
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