By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Fresno State Bulldogs face the Boise State Broncos on Saturday night for the Mountain West Conference Championship. The game will kickoff at 7:45 pm on ESPN at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho.
The Bulldogs come into this game with a 10-2 record. They; however, are 4-2.
The Broncos are 10-2. They are 5-1 at home.
Boise State leads the all-time series 16-4. Besides the 2017 win by Fresno State, they also won 41-40 on September 20th, 2013. They also won 27-7 on November 10th, 2005. The Bulldogs also won 41-7 on November 2nd, 1996.
According to Convers.com Consensus Analysis, the Broncos have a 64% chance to win this game, according to their public poll. Their expert poll; however, gives Boise State a 56% chance to win this game.
Boise State has won the last two games in this series. They also won the last game in the series in November as they won 24-17 on November 9th.
Fresno State has not won since November 25th, 2017. They won 28-17.
The Bulldogs have won their last two games. They defeated the San Jose State Spartans, 31-13, on November 24th. One week earlier, they won 23-14 over the San Diego State Aztecs.
Fresno State has now lost since November 9th, as they lost 24-17 to Boise State.
The Broncos are on a seven-game win streak. They have not lost since losing on October 6th when they lost 19-13 to the Aztecs.
The Bulldogs are scoring 36.3 points. They are giving up 13.5 points.
The Broncos are scoring 37 points per game. They are giving up 22.3 points.
Bulldogs quarterback Marcos McMaryion has gone 258 of 366 yards for 3,283 yards. He also has 24 touchdowns and three interceptions.
Ronnie Rivers leads the Bulldogs backs with 91 carries for 468 yards and seven touchdowns. KeeSean Johnson leads the Bulldogs receivers with 87 receptions for 1,267 yards and eight touchdowns.
Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien has gone 286 of 416 for 3,580 yards. He also has 29 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
Alexander Mattison leads the Broncos backs with 262 carries for 1,215 yards and 16 touchdowns. Sean Modster leads the Broncos receivers with 64 receptions for 933 yards and seven touchdowns.
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