After another great season the Broncos look to finally make it to a national championship out of a less than stellar WAC conference.
But with Kellen Moore at quarterback things are looking up after having a career season with 39 touchdowns and only three interceptions.
Moore goes into the 2010 season as a legit Heisman candidate and most likely will improve on a already Heisman like season.
Behind him is Jeremy Avery who rushed for over 1,100 yards and is also looking to improve with a mammoth of an offensive line helping.
Doug Martin also looks to contribute at goal line situations after scoring 15 touchdowns in the 2009 season.
Both leading receivers are coming back, Titus Young and Austin Pettis who also look to have great seasons with the emergence of Moore.
The Broncos defense also look to improve after a solid year allowing 17.7 points per game.
Maybe the biggest game of Broncos history will be played in the first week of the season against Virginia Tech.
Winning this game will for sure give the Broncos the credit that they are a very good team in a bad conference but losing it will kill their chances of going to the national championship.