The Boise State Broncos moved to 7-3 overall and 5-1 in the Mountain West Conference Saturday with a win over the Wyoming Cowboys, now 4-6 overall and 2-4 in the MWC.
The Broncos can now look forward to next week's game with San Diego State. It will be another "must win" for Boise State as it is in contention for a MWC title game spot.
If the Broncos win that game and finish with a victory over New Mexico the following week, the Broncos will most likely face Fresno State in a rematch to see who will be crowned MWC champs.
Head coach Chris Petersen has to be happy with his team's performance against the Pokes, as they held the Wyoming offense to just 265 yards and seven points.
The Boise State offense also looked good in the win, racking up 48 unanswered points and looking good in the process.
Let's look at all the lessons we learned in the Broncos win and try to determine what it all means as they move into the last two games of the regular season.