More football coaches will remain with Boise State for the coming season. Hall of Famer Nate Potter will return to the Broncos coaching staff in 2024, adding the title of Co-Offensive Coordinator to his duties. The 2024 season will be his seventh overall on the Boise State staff. During the past two seasons, Potter served as run game coordinator and tight ends coach. His success with those areas prompted Danielson to add the title of Co-OC to Potter's repertoire.
Demario Warren has been retained and will enter a third season in the Treasure Valley as the cornerbacks coach. This past season Warren led a Bronco corners squad that ranked 22nd in the nation in fourth down defense and a red zone defense that ranked 46th nationally and second in the Mountain West. A'Marion McCoy, guided by Warren, led the team with three interceptions on the year, ranking 50th in the country and fifth in the MW in just his first season at the FBS level.
Veteran strength coach Benjamin Hilgart will remain in the Treasure Valley and on staff at Boise State as the Director of Sports Performance for Boise State football. Hilgart had just completed his first year at Boise State following 20-plus years of experience in the industry with stops at Arizona, Arizona State, New Mexico, Ohio State, UTEP and Western Illinois.