Broncos One Win Away From 10-20 Club

Football and basketball are the two major sports in college. When you can be successful at both at the same time, things are going well for you. Boise State is just one win away from becoming just the 15th school since 1980 to be a member of the 10-20 Club twice.

With one more basketball win, Boise State can become only the 15th school since 1980 to be a member of the "10-20 Club" twice.  The Broncos have a minimum of six games to play this season.  To gain access to the exclusive club, a school must win 10 or more regular season football games, followed by 20 or more regular season basketball wins that same school year.  Boise State has a chance to be one of 15 despite the fact that the Bronco football team competed in Division I 16 less years than most other eligible schools.

 

Last fall, the Bronco football team was 10-2 during the regular season, doing their part to make it happen.  Thus far, the Boise State basketball team is 19-6 and in first place in the Western Athletic Conference.

 

Boise State achieved the feat in 2003-04, going 12-1 in football and 20-8 in basketball.  The Broncos joined Texas as the only two schools to enter the club that year.  The feat has been accomplished 45 times since 1996, the year Boise State began playing football in I-A, and only 11 schools have done it twice in that time.  The Broncos, of course, won 10 or more games several times from 1980-1995, but those victories came as part of Division I-AA.

 

Oklahoma, BYU, Arkansas, Texas, Alabama, Florida State, North Carolina, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Louisville, West Virginia, Ohio State and Wisconsin are the only 14 schools to gain access to the 10-20 club twice since 1980. 

 

Texas and Oklahoma are masters at accomplishing the milestone.  The Sooners have reached the plateau five times since 1996 and eight since 1980, while Texas has also achieved the feat five times since 1996 and seven since 1980.  Michigan has become a member of the Club four times while BYU has done it a total of three times, once as a member of the Mountain West Conference.  

 

In all, the 10-20 milestone has been reached just 38 times since 1996 and 66 times since 1980, or a little more than two times per year.

 

Here is a complete list of the members of the 10-20 Club:

 

1980-1981:

BYU (WAC—11-1 in Football, 22-6 in Basketball)

North Carolina (ACC—10-1 and 22-7)

 

1981-1982:

none

 

1982-1983:

Georgia (SEC—11-0 and 21-8)

 

1983-1984:

Illinois (Big 10—10-1 and 24-4)

SMU (Southwest—10-1 and 24-6)

 

1984-1985:

UNLV (WAC—10-2 and 24-3)

Washington (Pac-10—10-1 and 22-9)

 

1985-1986:

Iowa (Big 10—10-1 and 20-11)

Oklahoma (Big 12—10-1 and 24-7)

 

1986-1987: 

Oklahoma (Big 12—10-1 and 21-8)

 

1987-1988:

Oklahoma (Big 12—11-0 and 27-3)

Syracuse (Independent—11-0 and 22-8)

Wyoming (WAC—10-2 and 23-5)

 

1988-1989:

Arkansas (Southwest—10-1 and 21-6)

Florida State (Independent—10-1 and 22-7)

Notre Dame (Independent—11-0 and 20-8)

UTEP (WAC—10-2 and 22-6)

 

1989-1990:

Alabama (SEC—10-1 and 21-8)

Arkansas (Southwest—10-1 and 23-4)

BYU (WAC—10-2 and 21-7)

Michigan (Big 10—10-1 and 22-7)

 

1990-1991:

Texas (Southwest—10-1 and 20-7)

 

1991-1992:

Alabama (SEC—10-1 and 23-7)

Michigan (Big 10—10-1 and 20-8)

 

1992-1993:

Florida State (ACC—10-1 and 22-8)

 

1993-1994:

Florida State (ACC—11-1 and 22-8)

North Carolina (ACC—10-2 and 25-3)

 

1994-1995:

Florida (SEC—10-1-1 and 23-6)

 

1995-1996:

none

 

1996-1997:

none

 

1997-1998:

Colorado State (WAC—10-2 and 20-7)

Michigan (Big 10—11-0 and 21-8)

North Carolina (ACC—10-1 and 25-3)

 

1998-1999:

Arizona (Pac-10—11-1 and 22-6)

Ohio State (Big 10—10-1 and 22-7)

Tennessee (SEC—12-0 and 20-7)

UCLA (Pac-10—10-1 and 22-8)

Wisconsin (Big 10—10-1 and 21-8)

 

1999-2000:

none

 

2000-2001:

Florida (SEC—10-2 and 22-5)

Oklahoma (Big 12—12-0 and 23-6)

Toledo (MAC—10-1 and 20-9)

 

2001-2002:

Miami of Florida (Big East—11-0 and 23-6)

Illinois (Big 10—10-1 and 23-7)

Maryland (ACC—10-1 and 25-3)

Oregon (Pac-10—10-1 and 22-7)

Oklahoma (Big 12—10-2 and 24-4)

 

2002-2003:

Notre Dame (Big East—10-2 and 22-8)

Oklahoma (Big 12—11-2 and 21-6)

Texas (Big 12—10-2 and 22-5)

 

2003-2004:

Boise State (WAC—12-1 and 20-8)

Texas (Big 12—10-2 and 21-6)

 

2004-2005:

Louisville (Conference USA—10-1 and 27-3)

Oklahoma (Big 12—12-0 and 23-6)

Texas (Big 12—10-1 and 20-9)

Utah (MWC—11-0 and 25-4)

 

2005-2006:

LSU (SEC—10-2 and 22-7)

Texas (Big 12—12-0 and 27-5)

West Virginia (Big East—10-1 and 20-9)

 

2006-2007:

BYU (MWC—10-2 and 23-7)

Florida (SEC—12-1 and 26-5)

Louisville (Big East—11-1 and 22-8)

Michigan (Big 10—11-1 and 20-11)

Notre Dame (Big East—10-2 and 23-6)

Ohio State (Big 10—12-0 and 27-3)

USC (Pac-10—10-2 and 21-10)

Virginia Tech (ACC—10-2 and 20-10)

West Virginia (Big East—10-2 and 21-8)

Wisconsin (Big 10—11-1 and 27-4)

 

 


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