players were part of the team when it last met Boise State, a 2015 affair that saw the Broncos jump out to a 17-0 lead on their way to a 56-14 blowout.
“They prefer to get out in front in kind of shock and awe and gadget or trick or momentum or tempo or something unique and different.
“Especially when you are on the Road because it’s that much harder to get momentum back without the fans, without home-field advantage,” said junior wide receiver Andre Levrone.
But Saturday, in a 38-18 romp past UConn, the offense put together one of its most complete efforts in years.
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