Boise State Broncos announce 2011 Football Schedule

By Tim K. -

Boise StateThe Boise State Broncos, have announced their 2011 football schedule, which includes games against Georgia, Nevada, Tulsa, San Diego State and TCU.

Boise State will open the 2011 season on September 3 against the Georgia Bulldogs in the Chick-fil-A College Kickoff game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Other non-conference games for the Broncos include at Toledo (09/17), Tulsa (09/24), Nevada (10/01) and at Fresno State (10/08).

The Broncos will begin their inaugural season in the Mountain West on October 15 at Colorado State. The remainder of their MWC schedule includes Air Force (10/22),at UNLV (11/05), TCU (11/12), at San Diego State (11/19), Wyoming (11/26) and New Mexico (12/03).

Listed below are links to the 2011 Boise State football schedule and future schedules:

Comments (11)

Yep you’re totally right games against Georgia in Atlanta at a so called neutral field the georgia dome, 4 top 25 AP ranked teams last season one of them ending the #2 team in the country TCU, oh and lets not forget San Diego State the team that barely got beat by TCU in the last minutes of the game. With that being said youre absolutely right it is a tough schedule and Boise State will prove themselves once again and hopefully do to all the NCAA violations with AQ teams Boise State may actually get a shot at the National Championship. Have a great day and next time do your research before typing something stupid.

WOW matt! tcu? relly? how bout yall go play a team like bama or lsu and see how that goes. try to play week end and week out in the sec.

Compared to past BSU schedules, this one really isn’t a cake walk. It’s not SEC calibre, sure, but as if many of the ACC teams are really going through anything more impressive.

The ACC is tons better then the Mountain West. Why would you even suggest that it wasn’t.

Can we say wide right or wait even better wide left another choking season but it will happen at fsu hahahahahaha

The ACC is no where near as tough as the MWC this year. Not a single team in the ACC has a chance at winning the title.

Ok, let’s imagine that Duke played in the MWC. How many wins will they get? New Mexico, that’s one, maybe UNLV if the.game is un Durham… that’s about it… Wake Forest will do just like Duke, maybe a bit better. NC State surely gets all the bottom feeders, but don’t tell me they easily crush every other MWC team, 5-3, or 6-2… BC will go just around that maybe 5-3… FSU and VT are they only teams that could go undefeated or with one loss… they are the only ones that will compete against BSU and TCU… Clemson could also compete as well as Miami… but they most probably go 0-2 vs them… meanwhile MWC teams sighs as SDSU and Air Force playing all the ACC, I think we can say they will go anywhere from 4-8 to 8-4… BSU and TCU anywhere from 9-3/10-2 to 12-0!!!