Boise State Football: Broncos' Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses Headed into Fall

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Boise State Football: Broncos' Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses Headed into Fall
Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports

The Boise State Broncos will be looking to repeat as Mountain West Conference champions in 2013. This time, however, there will be no tie.

Last season, three teams in the MWC finished with 7-1 conference records and tied for the conference title. San Diego State, Fresno State and the Broncos shared the league trophy.

In 2013, a new era begins: the era of the Mountain West title game.

To win the championship this season, the champion of the two MWC divisions, appropriately named the "Mountain" and the "West," will face each other in a December title match. The game will be hosted by the team with the highest BCS ranking.

Boise State players, coaches and fans are hoping that means Boise, Idaho, will be hosting the inaugural event.

The Broncos have the talent to complete such a task, but to do so they will also have to overcome a few possible weaknesses.

Let's look at each soft spot and try to determine how much of a hindrance it might be in 2013.

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