BOISE, Idaho — Editor's Note: The video above originally aired on Oct. 26.
After a bye week, the Boise State football team is set to return to the field this week when they take on Mountain West Conference foe Colorado State in Fort Collins, Colorado, on Saturday.
The game is scheduled to start at 5 p.m. Mountain Time.
The Broncos (3-4, 1-2) enter the Mountain Division matchup against the Rams (3-4, 2-1) after they had a week to regroup from their 17-24 loss to the Air Force Falcons on The Blue. For the first time since 1996, Boise State has lost three-straight games at home. During the 1996 and 1997 seasons, the Broncos had a five-game losing streak on The Blue.
For Colorado State, the Rams will be searching for their first-ever win against Boise State. Since the Broncos joined the Rams in the Mountain West Conference in 2011, Boise State is 10-0 against Colorado State.
"We are really excited and locked in to get ready for this game against Boise State - a team that we have never beaten," Rams head coach Steve Addazio said in his weekly press conference.
During their bye week, Andy Avalos and the Broncos focused on consistency and the teams' mentality.
"I think number one, it starts with the purpose mentality always starts with the purpose, why are we doing what we're doing, how do we approach every single day, how competitive, are we every day and that starts with how we get here in the mornings," Avalos said during his press conference on Monday. "That mentality doesn't start on the field, it starts in the meetings and being prepared. If you're prepared in the meetings and we do a great job as coaches, and we set that mentality through how we teach the fundamentals and technique, it provides confidence."
The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network, which can be found on the following channels:
- Sparklight: Channel 139 / 1139 (HD)
- DirecTV: Channel 221
- Dish Network: Channel 158
- Cox: Channel 234
ON THE RADIO
Fans can listen to the game on the Bronco Radio Network, which can be found online or on the following stations in the Boise area:
- KBOI 670 AM in Boise
- KTIK 93.1 FM in Boise
- KDZY 98.3 FM in McCall
- KSNQ 98.3 FM in Twin Falls
Here is a list of Bronco Radio Network stations outside the Boise area.
The game will stream live on the Paramount+, available in Apple and Android app stores.
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