The Boise State football team is getting ready for its only public scrimmage of fall training camp. Thousands of fans will show up to watch their beloved Broncos display their much anticipated progress.
Fans have to be excited and nervous to see what kind of team BSU will have in 2012. With all the lost starters from last year's amazing squad, so many questions remain going into the opener with Michigan State.
The biggest inquiry on the minds of most of those same fans is, of course, which player among the list of four capable candidates will replace Kellen Moore as the starting quarterback?
As spring camp ended, it looked like redshirt junior Joe Southwick had the upper hand, but things can change depending on what each player did over the summer and how much of the offense the others can grasp.
Quarterback isn't the only position battle fans are interested in. With so many gone from a dominating defense, it will be interesting to see which players are ready to step up for the Broncos.
Running back is another area of interest. The starter is set, but who will back him up, and what kind of the depth will Boise State have at the position?
Let's take a closer look at all of these questions and preview what you might be able to expect from the Boise State fall scrimmage.