In what may have been the worst kept secret in college football, Boise State finally made it official.
And if you weren’t excited about the 2013 Boise State football schedule, here is another reason — Tennessee Martin.
Yes, that team from the Ohio Valley Conference that every Boise State fan just could not wait to play.
OK, so you sense some sarcasm, but actually it’s kind of a good deal for the Broncos. After all, Boise State will play it’s first season in the Big East as well as road games at Washington and BYU and another tough home game against Southern Miss.
Here is how Chris Petersen summed it up:
“The 2013 schedule is going to be one of the toughest, if not the toughest, schedule in school history,” Boise State coach Chris Petersen said in a statement. “I think fans know how tough it is to play on the road at Washington and BYU. Add a game against an always-talented Southern Miss team and a very competitive Big East schedule with some teams we’ve never faced before, and you have the makings of one of the strongest schedules in school history.”
There you have it, the 2013 football schedule is complete, all we will wait for is the Big East schedule to get done, which could be very interesting.