Seevers re-injures shoulder, won't attend Boise St

Kyle Seevers, the six foot, six inch quarterback from Lincoln County High School in Pacaca, Nev. has re-injured his already surgically repaired shoulder and will not take his scholarship to Boise State this fall.
June 19, 2005

RESPECT!!

The Athlon 2005 NCAA Football Preview is set to his shelves soon, and the Broncos are prominently featured in this year's magazine. The Broncos not only grace the cover, they're ranked #18 overall, and several individual players are featured as well. Check out the official Athlon press release and then go out and pick up your own copy when they become available.. this one is going to be a collector's item!
May 12, 2005

Spring Ball Preview: Quarterbacks

<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

Catching up with Kyle Seevers

Scout.com learned that Kyle recently visited his surgeon to see how his surgically repaired shoulder was progressing, and what he learned should put a smile on all Bronco fans faces.
March 21, 2005