When Bryan Harsin was announced as the new head football coach at Boise State on December 11, many in Bronco Nation celebrated.
Harsin is, after all, a hometown guy who spent his college career as a Boise State quarterback. He would then return to the Broncos as a graduate assistant in 2001, become a tight ends coach in 2002 and eventually would rise to become the offensive coordinator from 2006-2010.
It was while he was the OC that he began to make a real name for himself.
In those years, he helped command an offense that was a big part in winning two Fiesta Bowls and compiling a 61-5 overall record.
Becoming head coach for the Broncos has been Harsin's dream, and that is one of the biggest reasons fans have embraced him. Harsin's passion and loyalty to the program are obvious, and his willingness to attack the future, rather than rely on the past, has many Boise State fans excited.
However, as the reality of the new job begins for Harsin, there are probably some things he would like to see happen. Let's look at some of the items that might be on his wish list this holiday season.