You never like to overlook an opponent—just ask Arkansas.
Maybe the Razorbacks were looking past Louisiana-Monroe, and maybe they weren't. That is the joy of college football; sometimes even a team that shouldn't win can jump up and shock the favored school.
The result is glory for the underdog and head-hanging disbelief for the favorite.
Boise State is favored by 21 points, on at least one site, to win Saturday's outing on the blue turf at Bronco Stadium against Miami University. Considering the Broncos' lack of offensive production in Week 1 against Michigan State, 21 points is a big number, but certainly Boise State can do it if the offense is clicking.
Still, this game could be a trap game for Boise State. Here's why…