Each week, we ask BroncoCountry fans what they would like to see the Broncos accomplish. As the season wears on, the team should have fewer areas in which to improve, right? Wrong. It seems something happens each week that shows a glaring weakness.
Cajunbronco says he's still looking for a 50-point or better
to zero blowout with no injuries. He
wanted to see Bush Hamdan and Mike Coughlin get more reps in the fourth
Forseyfan11 was looking for continued improvement in the
rushing game and a "great atmosphere at Bronco Stadium".
GunSlinginBronco went one step further. "I think that the running game needs to
terrorize the Aggies. To the point they
hang their heads and cry terrorize, give up early on the pursuit and make
mistakes terrorize. Can you imagine what
that would say about
As Senior Day approaches and we begin to wax nostalgic, Meridian Bronco brought up the fact that senior receivers Toshi Franklin and Tanyon Bissell have yet to catch a TD pass. Bissell had a really nice day but no catches in the end zone. Perhaps he's saving it for Senior Day!
NashvilleBronco said "It would be nice if we could go a whole game without a turnover." Instead, the Broncos committed two turnovers for the second straight game.
Hannifin Cigar wanted "a complete savage performance by the
"D" with some punishing hits."
Hannifin's son is a big George Iloka fan, and he was hoping #8 would
"snag a pick, record a sack and have five solo tackles." Hannifin wanted the Broncos to push the
envelope with double digit sacks, for Byron Hout to "make himself known" and a
"Mr. Tevis sighting would be nice." Unfortunately,
Nashville Bronco wanted
How about FirsdownBSU? He "would love to see a defensive touchdown." Then the second half play in which Ryan Winterswyk popped the ball loose on a Borel pass deep in Aggie territory and Ellis Powers scooped it up and ran it in was tailor-made.
This quote from Iodine129 was one of my favorites although
it unfortunately didn't happen: "We beat
Or, is it asking too much to give BroncoFan78 what he wants—"A television feed." Sigh.