New Jersey native Tiyahnn Bryant was supposed to join the Boise State football team in August. After overcoming adversity in many aspects of his life, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound receiver thought he had finally reached the summit. But it wasn't over yet. Not yet, at least. Another peak - one more obstacle - stood in his way.
November 5, 2015
SEATTLE - Washington Defensive Coordinator Kent Baer had to grab a pad and pen to keep track when breaking down film of Boise State's offense. In any normal three-game breakdown on tape, Baer anticipates he'll see roughly 10-12 different formation looks on first downs. Watching the Broncos play, he thought he saw around 20. Then he started counting.
September 6, 2007
SEATTLE - Everyone saw the 2006 Fiesta Bowl. Boise State down 7 with barely a minute to go. Three botched plays. And then on 4th and 18, a miracle emerged out of the Arizona desert, dressed in orange and blue. A hook-and-lateral for a touchdown and then two gimmick plays in overtime sealed the most improbable win of the 2006-07 bowl season for the Broncos.
September 3, 2007
After 4 years of watching from the Sidelines, fifth-year Senior Taylor Tharp was handed the keys to one of College Football's most exciting offenses Friday evening. Tharp, who was battling Junior Bush Hamdan and Sophomore Nick Lomax for the starting spot at Quarterback for 23rd ranked Boise State, was named the Bronco's starting QB for the Weber State game this coming Thursday..
August 24, 2007
<p>Any discussion about the Boise State Bronco offensive attack begins with the last letter of the alphabet, Z.</p><p>When you talk to any Bronco coach, they tell you that the quarterback probably receives too much credit when things go well and too much grief when things go not so well. We offer that thought as a caveat to keep in mind when reviewing the following stat line for the accomplishments of the Bronco's rookie QB last year, Jared Zabransky...</p>
April 9, 2005