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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2010
When: Today, 6 p.m. Where: Las Cruces, N.M. TV: KTVB Radio: KBOI 670 AM Records: Boise State (3-0); New Mexico State (0-3) Rankings: Boise State (No. 3 AP/No. 3 USA Today coaches); New Mexico State (not ranked) Series: Boise State leads 10-0; won 42-7 on Dec. 5, 2009 in Boise in last meeting Line: Boise State favored by 43 points
By Dave Southorn firstname.lastname@example.org
Boise State’s farewell tour through the WAC begins today against New Mexico State
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“They’re better than last year’s team, there’s no doubt about it. It kinda makes you a little jealous because you want to emulate some of the things they’re doing. We’re going to have to be patient, but (Chris Petersen) has an excellent football team.”
— New Mexico State coach DeWayne Walker on playing No. 3 Boise State
Most WAC titles: BYU (19), Boise State (7), Wyoming (7), Arizona State (7)
he Boise State Broncos’ first stop on their WAC farewell tour hits Aggie Memorial Stadium tonight. With their tickets punched to head to the Mountain West Conference next summer, the Broncos are going to be missed — for the most part.
“Part of you is glad to see them go, because they just are so tough to beat every year, but at the same time, you want to play the best, and they definitely are one of the best there is,” New Mexico State running back Seth Smith said in July at the WAC media preview. Boise State is 68-4 against WAC teams since joining the conference in 2001, losing only three times to current schools Louisiana Tech (2001), Fresno State (2005) and Hawaii (2007). Long seen as a hindrance to Boise State’s aspirations for national respect, the conference has seen a bit of a spike in attention this season, with Utah State playing tough at Oklahoma in the season opener, Fresno State topping two-time defending Big East champion Cincinnati in their opener, and Nevada ranked for the first time in 62 years. “We’ve talked a long time about how we get tested every year by teams in our conference,” Boise State coach Chris Petersen said. “It’s good some people are taking notice, I guess, but it’s something we’ve been aware of for a long time.” Part of the reason behind leaving for the Mountain West was better competition and a better travel schedule. Las Cruces, Ruston, La., Logan, Utah and Honolulu are not the easiest places to send a football team. Six of the 26 teams with the lowest home attendance last season were in the WAC.
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Boise State tight end Tommy Gallarda has become a red zone threat for the Broncos. The 6-foot-5, 260-pounder has 23 career catches, eight of them for touchdowns. “He’s just a really reliable guy, on and off the field,” Boise State receiver Austin Pettis said. “You can always trust him.” Read more about Gallarda inside
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Team Conf. Overall Fresno State 1-0 2-1 Nevada 0-0 4-0 Boise State 0-0 3-0 Hawaii 0-0 2-2 Idaho 0-0 2-2 La. Tech 0-0 1-3 San Jose St. 0-0 1-3 New Mexico St. 0-0 0-3 Utah State 0-1 1-3 This week’s games: Friday’s game BYU at Utah State, (n) Today’s games Idaho at Western Michigan, noon UC Davis at San Jose State, 6 p.m. Boise State at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Cal Poly at Fresno State, 8 p.m. Nevada at UNLV, 8 p.m. La. Tech at Hawaii, 9:30 p.m.
Boise State to be tested by new opponent W
e’ve seen this Boise State football team win on a big stage near the nation’s capital. They beat Virginia Tech 33-30 on Sept. 6. We’ve seen them topple a Mountain West team that beat Fresno State in the New Mexico Bowl last season. The Broncos handled Wyoming 51-6 on Sept. 18. Then we all watched Boise State beat then-No. 24 Oregon State 37-24 on
national television with ESPN’s GameDay in Boise last Saturday. We’ve all seen this Bronco team win big games in front of big audiences, but we haven’t seen them play the type of game they
will face today. One week after being the center of attention in the college football world, the Broncos could be tested tonight, not so much by an 0-3 New Mexico State team, but by another opponent — motivation. For months, they have tried to find the right mixture of emotion and aggressiveness on the field. Senior nickel Winston Venable will sit out the first half of tonight’s game because of a hit the WAC deemed
dangerous in last week’s game. Venable was possibly playing with too much energy and aggressiveness in a big game. Tonight, however, the Broncos might have to uncork their energy. The motivation now turns from winning big games to not losing, or even playing close games. ESPN GameDay won’t be there, ABC won’t be broadcasting from Las Cruces and Sports Illustrated probably won’t be covering this game
for next week’s edition. And, of course, New Mexico State is not a ranked opponent. “I think it’s definitely a different feel,” Boise State receiver Austin Pettis said. “It’s going to be a good challenge for us, going from the crowd bringing a lot of energy and the hype around to town to going to a smaller place with not as many fans, so we’ll have to bring (the energy) ourselves.”
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SPORTS KELLEN MOORE, QB Boise State
TERRELLE PRYOR, QB Ohio State MARK INGRAM, RB Alabama
DENARD ROBINSON, QB Michigan
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RYAN MALLETT, QB Arkansas
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Moore was his efficient self against Oregon State, notching his 16th career game with three or more TD passes. His passer efficiency rating (168.14) is ahead of 2009’s pace. Next up: Today vs. New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Season stats: 62-of-95 passing for 873 yards, 8 TDs and 1 INT.
The Buckeyes hung 73 points on Eastern Michigan, with Pryor leading the way (104 rushing yards, 20-of-26 passing for 224 yards and five total TDs). Next up: Today at Illinois, 10 a.m. Season stats: 71-of-107 passing, 939 yards, 10 TDs, 2 INTs; 269 rushing yards, 3 TDs.
Ingram hasn’t missed a beat since returning from a knee injury, running for at least 150 yards in each of his two games. Another week, another big test today (won at Ark. last week). Next up: Today vs. Florida, 6 p.m. Season stats: 33 rushes, 308 yards, 4 touchdowns.
Robinson hurt his knee last week and did not play after the first quarter. He had five rushes for 129 yards and was 4-of-4 passing when he left. Next up: Today at Indiana, 1:30 p.m. Season stats: 688 rushing yards, 6 TDs; 57-of-80 passing, 731 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT.
Mallett leads the nation in passing, but he threw two critical interceptions late in a loss to Alabama. He’ll need to keep posting big numbers to continue to be a candidate. Next up: Today at Georgia, 10 a.m. Season stats: 95-of-138 passing, 1,438 yards, 10 TDs, 5 INTs.
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n Boise State suffered a tough loss Tuesday, when it confirmed junior running back D.J. Harper will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL. He suffered the same injury last season at Fresno State. Before being hurt in Saturday’s win over then-No. 24 Oregon State, Harper had 160 yards on 18 carries. Senior Jeremy Avery will likely be the team’s No. 2 back behind junior Doug Martin. n In the last three meetings between Boise State and New Mexico State, the Broncos have outscored the Aggies 149-7. The Broncos are 10-0 all-time against NMSU, including their first win over a Division I-A team as a I-A member, in 1996. n Senior receivers Titus Young and Austin Pettis are eighth and ninth, respectively, in school history in receiving yards. Young has 2,158 yards, and Pettis has 2,110. n Nickel Winston Venable will be suspended for the first half of today’s game because of a helmet-to-helmet hit against Oregon State last Saturday. The punishment was originally a one-game suspension from the WAC, but Boise State appealed, reducing it to a half. Venable, who has 11 tackles this season, will be replaced by Hunter White in the starting lineup.
TE Gallarda has scored eight TDs on 23 catches
By Dave Southorn email@example.com LAS CRUCES, N.M. — Late in the third quarter Sept. 18 at Wyoming, Tommy Gallarda did something rare, by his standards. On a second-and-7 from the Cowboys’ 17, he caught a 15yard pass from Kellen Moore, brought down at the 2. On the next play, D.J. Harper scored the touchdown. For Gallarda, who has eight career touchdowns on 23 career receptions, it was more reminiscent of his fellow tight end Kyle Efaw, who has one touchdown and 52 receptions in his career. “He was coming off the field and I told him ‘you just pulled an Efaw,’” Efaw said. Used to being a threat to haul in a pass in the end zone, Gallarda got a taste of what his teammate’s trials have been like. “I know how he feels now,” Gallarda said, laughing. At 6-foot-5 and 260 pounds, Gallarda is an ideal target in short yardage situations, and the Broncos have used him accordingly. The longest touchdown of his career was a 21-yarder against Nevada last season. Six of his eight scores have come on passes of less than 10 yards. “He’s got that big body you need to make those catches in traffic down there, and he’s a veteran guy, so he’ll make the tough catches,” coach Chris Petersen said. In last Saturday’s game, Gallarda caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Austin Pettis on a trick play. “He’s just a really reliable guy, on and off the field,” Pettis said. “You can always trust him.” Gallarda is also known as the team’s best blocking tight end, but when he gets called on to make a big play, he’s more than happy to help. “To be another part to help this offense, that’s a pretty big deal to me, because we have so many talented guys, that if Kellen can count on me, that’s pretty cool,” Gallarda said.
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are the clear favorite today, and for good reason. Look at the stats, you name it — an NMSU win would be monumental. Look for Boise State to treat it like a business trip, take care of work, and get back home happy.
Last weekend’s home game broke a Bronco Stadium record with 34,137 fans in attendance. The capacity of Aggie Memorial Stadium is 30,343, but it’s unlikely to reach that number. The Broncos have not lost in 10 games against New Mexico State. It’s easy for Boise State to get up for the big games with everyone watching. But how will the Broncos play when the lights go dim and crickets begin to break the silence? How will they play when they are favored to win by more than six — yes, you read right, six — touchdowns? That’s with the extra points. Boise state is a 43-point favorite. And as they kickstart their farewell tour through the Western Athletic Conference tonight, they will face let down on occasion. That may not equate to losses, but playing the New Mexico State’s of the world doesn’t exactly create excitement on its own. Overall, what WAC teams are you really excited to see Boise State play this season? Nevada has big wins and is ranked for the first time since 1948. Idaho is a rivalry game and always creates its own excitement. Fresno State beat Cincinnati, but the twotime defending Big East champs haven’t exactly looked like world beaters this season. Boise State is the No. 3 team in the country and plastered on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s national edition this week. Tonight, that same team will kickoff at 6 p.m. against a team that hasn’t played in a bowl game since 1960 and has been outscored 124-47 already this season. The show came to Boise State last Saturday. Today, however, the Broncos will have to provide their own excitement.
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Rush Christian. The Aggies have yielded just one sack this season, and if the Broncos can get in inexperienced QB Ryan Christian’s head, it will be a field day for the defense.
Second-team time. If the Broncos can get up big early, it will allow some of the team’s younger players to get some good experience and keep the starters well-rested.
4. Peanut butter. Avery (aka
“Peanut”) will see more snaps with Harper out. Getting him comfortable as soon as possible will be key to continue the strong backfield rotation.
No letdown. Today’s game couldn’t be more different than last week’s. The Broncos will need to create their own energy in a likely quiet Las Cruces.
Boise State tight end Tommy Gallarda, right, celebrates with fullback Dan Paul after scoring the first touchdown in the Broncos’ 33-30 win over Virginia Tech on Sept. 6 in Landover, Md.
BSU: WAC games remain most important to Broncos
Continued from the front
“It is certainly a different atmosphere sometimes, but those 11 guys on the field are really what matter, they’re the most challenging part if there’s 15,000 or 85,000 people,” defensive end Ryan Winterswyk said. “There can be some long travel days, but you have to see the good side of it — I’m lucky to play football and see these places. How else would I ever visit Louisiana or New Mexico?” When asked about his team’s continued success, Petersen has often praised his players for taking it “one game at a time,” and when asked about the BCS, he says “it is out of our control.” Put those two things together, and it is part of why the Broncos have won the WAC title seven of the past eight seasons. One of the few things they can control is their standing in the conference at the end of each
year. “The most important games to us every year are our WAC games, and that starts (tonight),” tight end Kyle Efaw said. Sure enough, on a large plaque in the team’s film room, the first goal mentioned is to win a WAC title, followed by a win in a bowl game. “It won’t change next year, either — it’s always got to start with taking care of home base, which is the league you play in,” Petersen said. As Boise State has rocketed to national prominence since joining the conference, other programs like New Mexico State has struggled to rise from the bottom of the Division I ranks. The Aggies have not played in a bowl in 50 years, while Utah State has not played in one since 1997. Even while some programs have had dif-
ficult times lately, it provides all the more incentive for them to beat the Broncos, and in turn, has helped Boise State bring its best week in and week out. “I like that WAC teams will do anything to beat us, and that really has prepared us for some of the big games we’ve played,” Winterswyk said. The Broncos follow up tonight’s game next week with a home nonconference contest against Toledo before finishing with seven straight WAC games to close out the season. With a 3-0 start and two wins over ranked teams, the Broncos have taken care of business, and now, their main task is at hand. “We’ve met our goals so far,” receiver Austin Pettis said. “We’re going to have to try and continue that going into the WAC because that’s our main focus every year. We have to set the standard right away.”
Boise State’s Dan Paul, 47, along with teammates Ryan Winterswyk, left, and Byron Hout will attempt to continue to play with high energy at New Mexico State today.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2010 • Idaho Press-Tribune
BOISESTATE N.M.STATE PLAYER TO WATCH BRONCOS AGGIES
BOISE STATE WR: TITUS YOUNG
Everyone who follows Boise State football knows Titus Young can turn any play into big yardage. Now, the rest of the nation is well aware. The senior receiver is No. 1 nationally in all-purpose yardage, racking up 624 yards thus far (208 per game). He has 310 receiving yards (two touchdowns), 249 kickoff return yards, 43 punt return yards and 22 rushing yards. “I didn’t know that, but if we’re there, we probably are doing a pretty good job,” coach Chris Petersen said Monday. On the 33 times Young has touched the ball this season, he’s averaged nearly 19 yards per play. His 136 receiving yards on five receptions against Oregon State last Saturday were the second-most of his career. With 103.3 yards receiving per game, he currently stands 10th in the country in that statistic. Young did fumble a punt against the Beavers, and Petersen was not certain Young would keep the duties heading into today’s game. Still, Young’s abilities to contribute through the air, on the ground or on special teams has made him a versatile weapon in the Broncos’ offense as much as ever. “He’s becoming a good all-around player,” senior receiver Austin Pettis said. “... It’s great seeing guys doing all they can out there to help us win.”
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2 Austin Pettis, Sr., 6-3, 203 82 Geraldo Hiwat, Fr., 6-4, 195 1 Titus Young, Sr., 5-11, 175 18 Aaron Burks, Fr., 6-2, 187 89 Tyler Shoemaker, Jr., 6-1, 215 3 Chris Potter, So., 5-9, 160 73 Nate Potter, Jr., 6-6, 300 78 Charles Leno, Fr., 6-2, 272 61 Joe Kellogg, So., 6-2, 299 55 Chuck Hayes, Jr., 6-2, 289 66 Thomas Byrd, Jr., 5-11, 281 79 Bronson Durrant, So., 6-3, 264 59 Will Lawrence, Sr., 6-2, 291 61 Joe Kellogg, So., 6-2, 299 64 Brenel Myers, So., 6-2, 272 72 Matt Slater, Sr., 6-4, 267 85 Tommy Gallarda, Sr., 6-5, 259 80 Kyle Efaw, Jr., 6-4, 232 11 Kellen Moore, Jr., 6-0, 191 7 Mike Coughlin, Sr., 6-5, 221 22 Doug Martin, Jr., 5-9, 212 27 Jeremy Avery, Sr., 5-9, 174
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32 Marcus Allen, Sr., 6-0, 187 1 Taveon Rogers, Jr., 6-0, 181 17 Kyle Nelson, Sr., 6-4, 212 85 Ronny Torres, Sr., 6-4, 240 74 Davonte Wallace, Fr., 6-4, 257 75 DeWayne Barton, Sr., 6-4, 279 58 Dejuan Yates, Jr., 6-2, 276 63 Mike Yocius, So., 6-4, 312 62 Mike Grady, Jr., 6-3, 306 70 Robert Rodriguez, Sr., 6-2, 284 66 Ruben Escarsega, Jr., 6-4, 292 78 Matt Passwaters, Sr., 6-3, 305 76 Aundre McGaskey, Jr., 6-6, 297 78 Matt Passwaters, Sr., 6-3, 305 19 Darrius Preston, So., 6-1, 168 10 Marcus Williams, Jr., 6-3, 187 2 Matt Christian, Jr., 6-3, 211 8 Tanner Rust, Fr., 6-2, 200 38 Brandon Perez, Sr., 5-8, 225 21 Ronald Opetaia, Jr., 5-9, 228 20 Seth Smith, Sr., 5-8, 198 3 Kenny Turner, So., 5-10, 182
BOISE STATE COACH
Years: Fifth season Career record: 52-4 Record at Boise State: 52-4 Noteworthy: Petersen has won the Bear Bryant coach of the year award following the 2006 and 2009 seasons. On N.M. State: “We watched our tape from last year and (were) not impressed with ourselves, but (were) impressed with how they played against us.”
PLAYER TO WATCH
NEW MEXICO STATE RB: SETH SMITH
NEW MEXICO STATE COACH DEWAYNE WALKER
Years: 2nd season Career record: 3-14 (lost 2007 Las Vegas Bowl as UCLA interim) Record at N.M. State: 3-13 Noteworthy: A defensive back in college, he has coached DBs at UCLA and USC, along with New England, New York Giants and Washington in the NFL. On Boise State: “It’s like playing against a Southeastern Conference team or a Pac-10 team.”
With 114 yards in last season’s finale at Boise State, Smith became the first New Mexico State running back since 2000 to eclipse the 1,000-yard plateau, finishing with 1,016 yards. “I think he’s a very good player,” Boise State coach Chris Petersen said. “There are certain people and certain plays that stick out from the year before, and you tend to forget a lot of it, but he’s one we certainly remember.” Smith had five 100-yard games last season and had 246 carries, but scored just one touchdown. Thus far in 2010, with opposing defenses well aware of his talents, he’s been held to 100 yards on 31 attempts. He has, however, scored two touchdowns. “He runs hard,” Boise State safety Jeron Johnson said. “He did a good job (last season) ... you’ve got to take him down on first contact.”
98 Ryan Winterswyk, Sr., 6-4, 270 96 Jarrell Root, Jr., 6-3, 257 90 Billy Winn, Jr., 6-4, 288 43 Ricky Tjonge-A-Tjoe, Fr., 6-3, 292 97 Chase Baker, Jr., 6-1, 295 99 Michael Atkinson, So., 6-0, 327 92 Shea McClellin, Jr., 6-3, 254 41 Kharyee Marshall, Fr., 6-1, 212 94 Byron Hout, Jr., 6-0, 223 52 Derrell Acrey, Sr., 6-1, 238 36 Aaron Tevis, Jr., 6-3, 232 OR 48 J.C. Percy, So., 6-0, 217 23 Jeron Johnson, Sr., 5-11, 198 30 Travis Stanaway, Jr., 5-11, 191 8 George Iloka, Jr., 6-3, 209 16 Cedric Febis, Jr., 6-3, 204 25 Hunter White, Jr., 5-11, 217 5 Jason Robinson, Sr., 5-11, 194 21 Jamar Taylor, So., 5-11, 191 4 Jerrell Gavins, Jr., 5-9, 174 13 Brandyn Thompson, Sr., 5-10, 177 37 Ebo Makinde, Fr., 5-10, 171
48 Pierre Fils, Jr., 6-3, 245 92 Brandon Warner, Sr., 6-2, 284 94 Kawika Shook, Sr., 6-3, 273 95 David Mahoney, Jr., 6-3, 293 54 John Finau, Sr., 6-1, 302 51 Tommy Stuart, So., 6-3, 303 52 Donte Savage, So., 6-3, 239
90 David Nuimatalolo, Jr., 6-2, 245
5 Frank Padilla, Sr., 6-2, 243 22 David Quiroga, So., 6-1, 217 47 Boyblue Aoelua, Jr., 5-10, 227 96 Numi Lolohea, So., 5-11, 235 36 B.J. Adolpho, So., 5-11, 207 53 Bryan Bonilla, Fr., 6-1, 217 3 Donyae Coleman, Jr., 5-10, 175 11 George Callender, Fr., 6-1, 191 2 Alphonso Powell, Sr., 5-11, 183 27 Justin Smith, Fr., 6-2, 196 1 Jonte Green, Jr., 6-0, 174 3 Donyae Coleman, Jr., 5-10, 175 4 Davon House, Sr., 6-0, 182 9 Darien Johnson, Fr., 5-9, 164
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Smith: AP photo Walker: NMSU photo
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Rushing Doug Martin D.J. Harper Jeremy Avery Team Opponent Passing Kellen Moore Austin Pettis Opponent Receiving Titus Young Austin Pettis Tyler Shoemaker Doug Martin Tommy Gallarda Rush 48 18 18 115 105 Com-Att 62-95 1-1 39-69 Rec 15 13 7 7 5 Yds 326 160 65 618 185 Yds TD 873 8 6 1 501 4 Yds 310 223 97 80 30 TD 1 2 0 4 3 Int 1 0 2 TD 2 4 1 0 2
Rushing Seth Smith Kenny Turner Marcus Allen Team Opponent Passing Matt Christian Opponent Receiving Marcus Allen Kyle Nelson Todd Lee Darrius Preston Seth Smith Rush 31 21 7 85 119 Com-Att 50-94 57-104 Rec 13 13 7 4 4 Yds 100 70 57 329 730 TD 2 1 0 3 9
Yds TD Int 570 3 1 829 7 0 Yds 268 91 69 42 26 TD 2 0 1 0 0
Defense Solo Ast Total TFL Jeron Johnson 10 14 24 1.0 Aaron Tevis 6 10 16 2.0 Byron Hout 5 8 13 1.0 George Iloka 10 3 13 0.0 Ryan Winterswyk 3 9 12 1.5 Sacks: S. McClellin 3.0-12, B. Winn 1.5-10, T. Crawford 1.5-10, R. Tjonge-A-Tjoe 1.5-8 Interceptions: J. Johnson 1-0, H. White 1-0.
Defense Solo Ast Total TFL Donyae Coleman 14 17 31 1.5 Boyblue Aoelua 5 25 30 2.0 Jonte Green 12 11 23 0.0 B.J. Adolpho 4 15 19 1.0 Alphonso Powell 3 14 17 0.0 Frank Padilla 7 10 17 2.9 Davon House 6 8 14 0.0 Sacks: None Interceptions: None
Scoring off. Scoring def. Total off. Total def. 40.3 ppg 20.0 ppg 500.0 ypg 228.7 ypg 13th 49th 10th 3rd
Scoring off. Scoring def. Total off. Total def. 15.7 ppg 41.7 ppg 299.7 ypg 519.7 ypg 114th 114th 103rd 119th
Sept. 6 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Today Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 26 Nov. 6 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 4 vs. Virginia Tech W, 33-30 at Wyoming W, 51-6 vs. Oregon State W, 37-24 at New Mexico St., KTVB 6 p.m. vs. Toledo, KTVB 6 p.m. at San Jose St., KTVB 6 p.m. vs. La. Tech, ESPN2 6 p.m. vs. Hawaii, KTVB Noon at Idaho, ESPN2 7 p.m. vs. Fresno St., ESPN2 7:30 p.m. at Nevada, ESPN2 8:15 p.m. vs. Utah State 1 p.m.
Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Today Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 vs. San Diego State L, 41-21 at UTEP L, 42-10 at Kansas L, 42-16 vs. Boise State, KTVB 6 p.m. vs. New Mexico 6 p.m. at Fresno State 8 p.m. at Idaho 3 p.m. vs. San Jose State 2 p.m. at Utah State 1 p.m. vs. Louisiana Tech 4 p.m. at Nevada 2 p.m. at Hawaii 1 p.m.
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MSRP .............................................................. $25,170 F FACTORY REBATE............................................ $1,000 R RY A 0 F FACTORY BONUS REBATE............................... $1,000 R RY A 0 DISCOUNT FROM MSRP ................................. $1,500 0
12 NEW ESCAPES TO CHOOSE
YOUR PRICE: 21,670
$3,500 OFF MSRP
YOUR PRICE: $28,715 $F7,0R00 O F MS P
MSRP .............................................................. $35,715 F FACTORY REBATE............................................ $2,000 R RY A F FACTORY BONUS REBATE............................... $1,000 R RY A FMC REBATE ................................................... $1,000 A AT 0 DISCOUNT FROM MSRP ................................. $3,000 0
10 NEW EDGES IN STOCK!
prior sale. Ranger/F150/Superduty have $1000 trade assistance rebate included, you must trade a 1995 or newer vehicle to qualify, see salesperson for details.
Experience the Difference at Dan Wiebold Ford www.DanWieboldFord.com
466-4615 • 1-800-877-7415
Mon - Fri • 8:00 am - 9:00pm Sat • 8:30 am - 8:00 pm • Closed Sun
5707 EAST GATE IN NAMPA A P PA
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