The Boise State Broncos and the BYU Cougars have agreed to a 12-year football series, the two schools announced today.
Boise State and BYU originally signed a four-year contract in 2008 for games between 2012 and 2015. The new agreement extends the series out to 2023 for a total of 12 games. The series will be home-and-home, with games in Boise, Idaho in even years and in Provo, Utah in odd years.
The Broncos lead the overall series against the Cougars 2-0. Boise State won 50-12 in Provo in 2003 and 28-27 in Boise in 2004.
“We are excited to extend our previous agreement to 12 years and be able to have a quality opponent like BYU play at Bronco Stadium,” interim Boise State director of athletics Curt Apsey stated. “It is a great regional matchup that provides fans from both schools the opportunity to attend the game.”
“Boise State has established itself as one of the premier football programs in the country,” said BYU director of athletics Tom Holmoe. “Playing the Broncos regularly makes a lot of sense for two regional opponents with great football traditions. We are excited about the series.”
Listed below are the dates and locations for each game of the series: