Boise State has a long tradition of playing excellent football. Of course, it wasn't all at the FBS level.
Most fans of the Broncos know that the school started as a junior college and meandered its way though the decades, growing and raising its game to a much higher level.
From its inception in 1933 until 1967, Boise State football played at the junior college level. However in 1968, the Broncos made the transition to a four-year school and a football independent.
They then joined the Big Sky Conference in 1970 and spent the next quarter century battling it out in what would eventually become known as the FCS.
From 1996 to 2000 it was the Big West and from 2001 to 2010 it was the WAC. Now, and since 2011, it has been the Mountain West and the FBS.
Along the way, the Broncos have won nearly 400 games, and among those, there have been some dandies.
Let's look at the top five victories the Broncos have celebrated since 1933 and what each game meant to the program.