Thursday, May 5, 2011

Boise State Self Imposed Penalties Give UGA An Advantage

After being charged with secondary violations by the NCAA, Boise State has docked themselves three pre season practices from each of the next two seasons.

Brian Murphy of the Idaho Statesman reports:
The Boise State University football team will have at least three fewer preseason practices as it prepares for this year’s season opener against Georgia in Atlanta.

The Broncos also will award three fewer scholarships over the course of the next two seasons and be allowed three fewer preseason practices before next year’s opener at Michigan State.

These penalties may not be the end however as the NCAA will have the final word on June 10.

Now, three practices may not seem like a lot but Boise State needs every practice they can get when going against a more talented team like Georgia.

The Broncos offense relies on timing and "out-scheming" as opposed to over powering their opponents.

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