Fresno State looks to play spoiler
Fresno State at Boise State
But don't count the boys from "The Valley" out. Pat Hill is one of the most dangerous coaches in the nation when he's out to prove something. While Boise has a little bit more talent and certainly has the notoriously significant advantage of playing at home on the "Blue Turf," Fresno has what it takes from a skill, matchup and mentality standpoint to spoil the Broncos' BCS-busting campaign.
For starters, the Bulldog defense has 10 sacks and eight interceptions in five games and has the athletes to consistently get in QB Jared Zabransky's face. Zabransky has exceeded expectations, but he's not perfect. He is young and inexperienced, and he's proven capable of making poor decisions in critical points of games. He still takes too many sacks (13) and has thrown too many interceptions (8) in six games.
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