Perfecting the Art: How Boise State Has Mastered the Craft of Recruiting
In the 2011 production of “Moneyball”, Brad Pitt made the scouting of underappreciated players famous. For the past six years, Boise State football head coach Chris Petersen has made it an art form.
Before the Broncos rose to fame with the winning of their first Fiesta Bowl in 2007, recruiting four and five star recruits was all but impossible. In order to build a team capable of winning prestigious bowl games, Petersen, along with his coaching staff, were forced to tap into some of the country’s lowest talent pools. By finding players that fit into the Boise State “system”, rather than exceptional individual athletes
Petersen’s 73-6 record, and the rapid growth of Bronco Nation’s population, have solidified the success of the method.
Though California and Texas have always been categorized as breeding grounds for great prep football players, the majority of the most prized prospects end up signing with large universities in the recently disbanded Bowl Championship Series.
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