Boise State Fans Receive Early Kick Off for Homecoming Game
Hands down, the 4th quarter of Boise State's win over Wyoming was the best part of the game. As exciting as the Broncos made the end of the game, I couldn't help but glancing at my watch after every first down.
Why was I so tired? Oh, because it was almost midnight and I'd been awake since 6 a.m. Since I was at the game, I stayed awake till the end but those other late kickoffs, not so much. I fell asleep when the Broncos were up against Washington State and was totally confused when I woke up and the game was in overtime. I think I missed a good chunk of the 4th quarter of the San Diego State game too. The late kickoffs are brutal for fans. In fact, according to the comments on our Facebook page it's the #2 reason you're not going to the games this year (behind high ticket prices.)
Well, luckily ESPN is giving Bronco Nation a bit of a reprieve from the late kick offs for the Homecoming Game against Nevada on Saturday, November 4th. The game, scheduled to appear on ESPNU, will start at 5 p.m. It's the earliest November kickoff on "The Blue" since 2012.
The homecoming parade is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 4th. It will start from the Morrison Center parking lot and make it's way down University Drive, ending at Denver Street.
Details for the rest of the Homecoming events including reunions, the Bronco Cup and Toilet Bowl flag football tournament can be found HERE.