Boise State hits the road after a pair of home victories. The Broncos will head to New Mexico to take on a much-improved Lobos team.
Bob Davie is in his first year with New Mexico, and he has his team heading in the right direction. The Lobos are currently 2-2 on the season, but do they have what it takes to upset Boise State?
Coach Chris Petersen is looking for some offense. Against BYU at home in Bronco Stadium, the men in blue and orange could only muster a single touchdown—and that was on defense.
However, the canvas the Broncos will have at their disposal in New Mexico may allow first-year starting quarterback Joe Southwick and first-year offensive coordinator Robert Prince to create an offensive masterpiece.
With the improvements from New Mexico, it won't be as it was last year when Boise State pounded the Lobos at Bronco Stadium. This 2012 New Mexico team is scrappy and plays with heart and passion.
Let's look at the matchup between the Broncos and the Lobos.