Against Lobos, Boise State looks for an end to touchdown drought

Posted at: 09/28/2012 2:07 PM
By: TODD DVORAK Associated Press

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - New Mexico coach Bob Davie isn't drawing any conclusions about a Boise State offense that has struggled and sputtered in the red zone.

For Davie, there is too much respect for Boise State coach Chris Petersen, too much grasp of history and the Broncos' standing as the nation's highest-scoring team over the past 12 years.

And frankly, Davie has enough experience as a head coach and television analyst to know that a team as talented as Boise State is likely to explode at any time.

The No. 24 Broncos (2-1) begin their quest for their first - and only - Mountain West Conference championship Saturday at Branch Field in Albuquerque.

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