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Boise State women’s basketball: There’s always a first time

Boise State women’s basketball: There’s always a first time

Presented by BACON. Friday, March 22, 2019. Boise State has never won an NCAA Tournament game in women’s basketball (not to mention men’s hoops). Tomorrow’s date with Oregon State in Corvallis may not be the place to expect a victory, as the website 5dimes.eu has the Beavers as a 15½-point favorite. But that’s why they…MORE

ASK THE AD WITH CURT APSEY

ASK THE AD WITH CURT APSEY

Caves and Prater talk to Boise State AD Curt Apsey on TV contracts and programs looking for permission to interview BSU coachesMORE

SCOTT SLANT: Is it habit—or true future forecast?

SCOTT SLANT: Is it habit—or true future forecast?

Presented by MAZ-TECH AUTOMOTIVE. Thursday, March 21, 2019. Some things never change. To this day, Boise State gets the benefit of the doubt from national college football sites. Next season, the top Group of 5 team will face the highest-ranked at-large New Year’s Six selection in the Cotton Bowl. CollegeFootballNews.com has the Broncos facing Texas…MORE

COLORADO STATE FOOTBALL

COLORADO STATE FOOTBALL

Caves and Prater talk to Kelly Lyell of the Coloradoan on how spring football has gone for the RamsMORE

INDOOR FOOTBALL IN THE TREASURE VALLEY

INDOOR FOOTBALL IN THE TREASURE VALLEY

Caves and Prater talk to former Boise State football player Armand Nance on playing for the Idaho Horseman, which debut Saturday at the Idaho Center in NampaMORE

NEVADA BASKETBALL & THE NCAAS

NEVADA BASKETBALL & THE NCAAS

Bob and Chris talk to Nevada radio voice John Remey on the Wolf Pack’s chances for another successful run in the NCAA TournamentMORE

NCAA BRACKETOLOGY

NCAA BRACKETOLOGY

Caves and Prater talk to Eli Hershkovich of The Action Network, on the best bets for the NCAA TournamentMORE

Blogs

Idaho? Isn’t That Just One, Big Spud Field?

Idaho? Isn’t That Just One, Big Spud Field?

BY MIKE PRATER
THE IDAHO PRESS
There’s no pressure, and no reason for Division I basketball in Idaho to be a regional or national difference-maker, especially if top players struggle to come here.