Boise State Football: 5 Most Important Takeaways from September

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Boise State Football: 5 Most Important Takeaways from September
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Boise State (3-2, 1-1 MWC) finished the month of September with a convincing 60-7 win over Southern Miss in Bronco Stadium, but for the month of September, the Broncos were 3-1 overall.

The only loss for the team during September came in the way of Fresno State.

Sept. 20, in Bulldog Stadium, the Broncos lost a painful offensive slugfest, 41-40, to an undefeated Fresno squad. That game could be a preview of the Mountain West Conference Championship Game in December, but Boise will have to fix a few things before earning a rematch.

Going forward, the Broncos have a bye week, but then they will face a good Utah State team in a Mountain West Conference, Mountain Division showdown. That game will probably be the biggest game of the year, so far, for Boise State. 

Whoever wins that game in Logan, will be in the driver's seat to represent the Mountain Division in the MWC title game.

However, before we can go forward into October, we must go back. Let's look at the five most important takeaways for the Broncos in September and try to figure out what it all means as the season progresses.

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