Contrary to popular belief, Over the years,
Over the years,
Belin was an offensive tackle who now lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia and runs
the Tidewater area of Avis/Budget rent-a-car. He's still an avid Boise State
fan, and can't wait for the Virginia Tech game. Jermaine was one of the first
NFL-size offensive linemen that the Broncos have had. He came in at 6'4" and
weighed 320 pounds, with the feet of a defensive back.
Kerry Lawyer was perhaps the fastest Bronco to ever put on a Bronco uniform. He was clocked at 10.2 seconds in the 100 meters and was a deadly return specialist and wide receive.r Kerry lives in Boise and works as a medical sales representative (Wright Medical). He still keeps up on everything Boise State, especially football. Kerry said that one of hos fondest memories as a Bronco "Was his teammates" and loves the success of the program.
Hausske was the Co-Captain and rock of the 1994 Championship team. Jarrett
currently lives in Marin, California with his wife and two boys, Mateo &
Nicolas. He works in San Francisco as the director of strategy for a very cool
advertising, design, and creative consultancy called "Eleven". He says, "I
definitely still watch every televised Boise State game and stay in touch with
some of the boys." He says his best Bronco memory was something you should
remember well: "The entire group that was returning for the upcoming season
was sitting in a room underneath the stadium mid-December in 1993.
After a dismal three-win season and the worst defeat to Idaho in history,
we collectively decided then and there that we were coming back to win the Big
Sky & national championship and that anyone who wasn't on board to put in
the work and dedication, which we would hold each other accountable for, should
show themselves the door." Exactly
one year later (as you know) we played in the national championship game after
ending Idaho's 13-year winning streak. This event taught me a lot about
leadership and the powerful things that can happen when a group of people get
together around a common cause. And it shows the way Jarrett approaches work and
life to this day.
Ikebe was a wide receiver who had it all. Good size, excellent speed and hands
of glue. Ryan is currently living in Meridian, Idaho with his wife and five
year-old son. He has been working in sales and marketing of medical equipment
for the last year and a half. He
still watches every game and still cannot believe how much things have changed
since our days. "We couldn't even get a T shirt from Dale (the equipment
manager) and now they are sold everywhere," he says. His best memory has to be
beating Idaho in 1994. "The rivalry, fans rushing the field, Coach Borges on
the goal post, all contribute to one of the best games I have ever been a part
Gayle a cornerback extraordinaire lives in Woodstock, Georgia and owns a sports
performance business called The Blitz (www.time2blitz.com). He uses the sum of
his best training and competitive techniques to help kids become faster,
stronger and more successful on and off the field. Rashid is entering his fifth
season coaching high school football (defensive backs of course). He is happily
married going into his sixth year of joy together in that time in which he had
four beautiful children.
Of course, he still watches Boise State football! Rashid says that he's a "Bronco For Life...You know"! His best memories as a Bronco come from the ‘94 season... Picking off Nevada-Reno twice, beating them down at our place after they spoke so poorly about us the previous year..saying stuff like ‘maybe we should discontinue the series... and they just don't make the big-time plays and they don't have the big-time players they used to...' ‘We broke their back! Loved it... one pick went back for 87 yards... but it was great for our team, our season, and our city to be 4-0 and stuffing them in front of a sold out crowd.. The first big win of many in that 13-2 year!"
finally, who can forget, KC Adams. Even though KC had a short stint at BSU he
has some of the most mesmerizing runs. There are still guys walking around with
sore ankles from being shaken out of their pants.
"KC" Adams lives in the Bay Area, and has a beautiful family with two sons
and a daughter. He works for Alameda County Probation in Juvenile Hall, where KC
says "I see some of the greatest athletes ever!" He's also currently the
running backs coach at Laney Junior College, after being the RB coach and
offensive coordinator at Skyline High School for the past 12 years. KC watches
Boise State football all the time and says "My players (and former players)
text and call me every time they are on TV to see if I am watching. They are
quick to give me play-by-play descriptions of what happened when BSU plays!"
KC says his best memory as a Bronco has to be the Marshall game of 1994. "We were playing without starting quarterback Tony Hilde and our #2 Mark Paljetak stepped in and never missed a beat, throwing a touchdown right before half that sparked a huge comeback for us. Our defense took over then and it was over."
speaking with my former teammates, there was one constant theme. They are still
rabid Bronco fans and are proud to be part of today's success. Our past
Broncos are spread out from New York to San Diego and are proud to be part of