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Boise State Broncos
The Boise State Broncos are the official athletic program of Boise State University. The Broncos compete in a wide variety of sports as members of the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Mountain West Conference. The Broncos have a successful athletic program overall, winning the WAC commissioner's cup for the 2005-06 year and 2009-10 year. Boise State joined the MWC in 2011.
Perhaps the most well-known of these sports is the football program. The program attained a 13-0 season in 2006 capped by an overtime win in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl against the Oklahoma Sooners. They finished the season as the only major undefeated college football team, yet they became the first team since the 2004-2005 season with an unblemished record to not receive any share of the National Championship. The school's football stadium, Bronco Stadium, introduced its famous blue artificial turf (now FieldTurf) in 1986.
Other notable sports teams include the Wrestling team, which competes in the Pacific-12 Conference (the MWC is a non-wrestling conference), the women's basketball team, which won the WAC for the first time ever in 2007 and the tennis teams which have consistently had nationally ranked players, and men's and women's golf.
The Boise State Broncos Football program represents Boise State University in college football and compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of Division I as a member of the Mountain West Conference. They are led by head coach Bryan Harsin, and play their home games at Albertsons Stadium.
The 2009 women's soccer team participated in the first round of the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship tournament. Boise State was eliminated in the first round, losing to host UCLA 7-1 on Friday, November 13.
In 1999 as an assistant coach for the Broncos, Randall helped guide Kirk White to the 165-pound national title. In his 12 seasons since being promoted to head coach, Gregg Randall's teams have finished in the top-three at the conference tournament 10 times. In 1988 BSU wrestling joined the Pac-10.