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Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Heather Dinich discuss which undefeated programs are getting too much respect and which ones aren't getting enough at this point of the season.
Could Wyoming trip up Boise State?
The Broncos are still unbeaten and alive for at least a New Year's Six bowl, but the second-best team in their division is up next on the schedule. Eliminator
Trap game for Boise State?
Wyoming is far from a pushover for No. 13 Boise State, writes Will Harris. The Broncos (-14.5) are favorites, but don't discount the Cowboys' chances to make it a good game in Laramie. Early Betting Look (Insider)
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Habits start like twigs & are easily broken; but through continued use they turn into steel rods which are difficult to break. -Frosty W.
Broncos on track to AT&T Stadium
Entering Week 9, Brett McMurphy projects Boise State to play in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. As long as the Broncos remain undefeated, McMurphy believes they could be part of the New Year's Six. Bowl projections
Boise State trending up in ranks
The Broncos added an impressive win over BYU to their resume on Thursday. If they can win out, they'll likely be the Group of 5 favorite for a New Year's Six bowl. Next up for Boise State is a trip to Wyoming to play the 5-2 (3-0 vs. Mountain West) Cowboys. Power Rankings
Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer
The seven undefeated teams all play on the road this week, and five lost to their Saturday opponent in their last meeting. Second-ranked Michigan and No. 7 Nebraska are on three-game losing streaks to Michigan State and Wisconsin, respectively. The undefeateds (and their fans) might want to make it through this weekend before thinking playoff.
With Ohio State's loss, a spot opened up in the Power Rankings' top four this week, so we looked to the West Coast to fill it.
Michigan saw its chances of an undefeated regular season more than double this weekend and it joins a pack of five teams that have separated themselves as the clear favorites to run the table.
Is Auburn the biggest threat to Bama's perfect season? Is Penn State back? And are Leonard Fournette and Baker Mayfield in the Heisman mix again? We look at Week 8 storylines to see what's real.
It is the boldest -- and most bizarre -- playcall of the season. Facing fourth-and-19 from its 5-yard line, BYU barely got out of its own end zone.
Ivan Maisel and Matt Schick discuss Boise State's win over BYU and ponder whether the Broncos have put themselves in position to be the highest ranked group of 5 team come season's end.
Boise State has lived on the edge
No. 14 Boise State improved to 7-0 with a 28-27 win over BYU on Thursday night. No other FBS team has more wins by five points or less.
Brett Rypien threw for 442 yards and three touchdowns as No. 14 Boise State overcame five turnovers to hold off BYU 28-27 Thursday night.
Boise State @ Wyoming Cowboys
War Memorial Stadium (WY) - Sat 10/29