There is good news and bad news for Boise State football.
The good news is that Boise State had a two-week bye following the 17-13 loss on Aug. 31 to Michigan State. That means more time to address the things that went wrong in the opening game.
About the only bad news is that the Broncos have two weeks between games, and that may mean BSU drops out of the USA Today Poll following the weekend power shift.
It also means that Boise State does not have the chance to get right back out on the field and try to re-establish itself after a disappointing offensive effort against the Spartans.
Back to the bright side—the next game is at home.
When they meet up with the Broncos, the Miami RedHawks will be playing in their third straight game. The RedHawks lost to Ohio State, 56-10, in their opener and take on Southern Illinois this weekend. The SIU Salukis lost their opener to Eastern Illinois, 49-28.
Granted, Boise State’s coaches likely have a laundry list of what needs to be addressed, but some of those areas could include…