Boise State will try to rebound after their road loss to Fresno State when the team faces off against New Mexico Saturday night at Albertsons Stadium. The loss dropped the Broncos to 4-5 overall for the first time since 1997 and gave Fresno possession of the rivalry's Milk Can trophy for the first time since 2017. Boise State now sits at 3-2 in Mountain West play with three conference contests remaining. Boise State has not had a losing record in a season since 1997, when the team finished 5-6. They will need to win at least two more games in order to be bowl-eligible this season. The Lobos are also coming off a loss, falling to upstart UNLV last Saturday. The matchup is set to kickoff at 8 p.m. MT Saturday in Boise on Fox Sports 1.
As the high school semi final football games progress, tonight Grace will be on the road to Oakley to play the Hornets. Tomorrow, Rockland and Camas County will meet in Gooding. On Saturday, Melba travels to Declo and Hagerman will host Kentrick.
As the girls high school basketball games start up, Canyon Ridge will take the bus to Kimberly tomorrow. Hansen travels to Hagerman and Jerome will host Eagle. Filer travels to Marsh Valley. Richfield will head to Wendell. On Saturday, Eagle will travel to Twin Falls. Minico will head to Pocatello to play Highland. Century will be on the bus to Burley. Valleyvue will play Wood River.