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Boise State Football: Broncos' 4 Biggest Priorities on National Signing Day
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As National Signing Day nears, schools across the country are hoping that enough was done throughout the recruiting process to persuade members of the Class of 2013 to sign a letter of intent.

Some schools, such as Oregon, may have a more difficult time than previously thought with the coaching carousel still spinning, albeit slowly. Others, such as Alabama, appear to have their ducks in a row, and February 6th is a day that can’t come soon enough.

For a school such as Boise State, 2013 is a year to continue building upon the success that the school has experienced since Chris Petersen took over as head coach. The Broncos will have to replace quite a bit on both sides of the ball heading into next season, and while it is unlikely that many true freshmen will start right away for Petersen, it is unwise to completely count anything out.

Regardless of what roles the members of the Class of 2013 hold this coming season, here are the four biggest priorities for the Broncos heading into National Signing Day.

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