Boise State’s postseason plans get a break



BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A bounce-back win and losses by three more highly ranked teams have given Boise State renewed hope that a BCS bowl game could be in its future after all.

One week after a stunning home loss to TCU, the No. 7 Broncos rebounded Saturday with a 52-35 victory over San Diego State.

Boise State also shot up three spots in The Associated Press poll thanks to losses by Oregon, Oklahoma and Clemson — all of which now have two losses.

With two games remaining, the Broncos appear to still be in the mix for an at-large BCS bid.

But that’s not something coach Chris Petersen cares to talk about.

Petersen says it’s ridiculous to ponder all the postseason possibilities.

Instead, he says his team must focus on beating Wyoming and New Mexico