Hats off to the Boise State Broncos football team. Another successful season completed under coach Peterson. Finishing with a win against the Washington Huskies in the Las Vegas Bowl the Broncos did have to work hard for the win. A 27-yard field goal by 5-foot-5 Michael Frisina with 1:16 left sealed the victory. It left them feeling good about a game and a season when, unlike the last two years, there was hardly any talk about Boise State being in a BCS game.
"The most satisfying thing about this season was each week you'd see us get just a little bit better," Boise State coach Chris Petersen said. "These guys, they don't go through the motions. They have a chip on their shoulder."
Bronco Nation must be feeling good about this season, especially with the departure of Kellen Moore and all the uncertainty surrounding this team in the pre-season. The one player that was missing was the backup Donkey Teeth. Maybe there was some discipline problems with him that Coach Peterson kept him from playing, but for those that want to see him play he will be a starter in the East-West Collegiate Bowl. You can see him in the video below.