The explanation of this fantasy football game can be found here.
Week 6 can be found here.
Following several weeks of out of conference opponents, Boise State was back into their Fantasy SEC schedule this past weekend. However, the game was over when Boise State's bus rolled up in front of Neyland Stadium.
Unaffected by the crowd of one of the nations largest stadiums, the Broncos immediately went to work in Week 7. Kellen Moore racked up 219 yards passing and five touchdowns in a blowout victory for Boise State over the Tennessee Volunteers.
This coming weekend will be a real test for the Broncos, and will determine Boise State's future goals of an SEC West championship and trip to the SEC Championship Game.
Boise State, now 7-1 (5-1 SEC), will face undefeated LSU which will likely determine the division winner.
Odds would predict that LSU will beat Ole Miss down the road, a team that the Broncos had the misfortune of slipping up against earlier in the season.
A loss to LSU and Boise State will certainly be ousted from their championship game dreams, but a win will create a three-way tie between the three teams.
Although SEC win-loss record would push Ole Miss to the back burner and allow BSU to have the tie breaker over LSU should they be victorious. A win over LSU will allow the Broncos to maintain hope for their date in the Dome for a possible rematch with SEC East hopeful Georgia.
Schedule and updated results:
|FANTASY OPPONENT||DATE||SEC TRUE OPPONENT||BSU TRUE OPPONENT||BSU SCORE||SEC SCORE||FANTASY RESULT |
W 35-21 |
|AUBURN||Sep.24||Florida Atlantic||Tulsa||41||30||W 41-30|
|OLE MISS||Oct.1||Fresno State||Nevada||30||38||L 30-38|
|MISS STATE||Oct.8||UAB||Fresno State||57||21||W 57-21|
|AIR FORCE||Oct.22||-||Air Force||37||--||W 37-26|
|NEW MEXICO||Oct.29||-||Open date -UNM stats|
|TENNESSEE||Nov.5||Middle Tenn.||UNLV||24||48||W 48-24|