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Boise State signee Hutchison ranked No. 80 in ESPN’s Top 100

Chandler Hutchison, a 6-foot-7 guard/forward that signed with the Boise State men’s basketball team in November, has seen his stock take off since he signed, and on Wednesday he was ranked among the top 100 recruits in the nation by

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Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice: ‘I know we can build something here’

Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice feels he is building something “special” with the Broncos. That feeling was so strong, in fact, that he opted not to pursue a job at his alma mater that would have reportedly paid

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Boise State football adds ‘explosive’ receiver in Akilian Butler to 2015 class

The Boise State football team’s recruiting run continues. The Broncos got 2015 verbal commitments from quarterback Brett Rypien on Saturday night, linebacker Kyler Manu early Sunday morning, and on Monday added receiver Akilian Butler. Butler is a 5-foot-10, 181-pound speedster

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Highland linebacker Manu commits to Boise State football’s 2015 class

Kyler Manu, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior linebacker at Pocatello’s Highland High, was on hand for the Broncos’ spring scrimmage Saturday. He committed to the Broncos’ 2015 class just after midnight early Sunday morning. “It has everything I’d want in a

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Boise State men’s basketball team gets commitment from 6-foot-10 center Kevin Allen

The Boise State basketball team added some needed height when 6-foot-10, 240-pound center Kevin Allen of Pratt (Kan.) Community College verbally committed Monday night, he confirmed via text message. Allen, originally from Detroit, averaged 13.4 points and 8.4 rebounds per

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Boise State announces men’s basketball coach Leon Rice will stay with Broncos

Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice has turned down the vacancy at Washington State, his alma mater, a source close to the Boise State program confirmed early Saturday morning. On Saturday afternoon, Boise State announced he would remain with

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Washington State fires men’s basketball coach Ken Bone; Broncos’ Rice on Cougars’ radar

On Tuesday, Washington State announced it had fired men’s basketball coach Ken Bone after going 80-86 in five seasons, including 10-21 this season. Bone previously was at Portland State, and his last game with the Vikings was in the opening

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A quick look back and look ahead for Boise State, MW hoops; my final AP top 25 ballot

The Boise State men’s basketball team entered this season returning all five starters and 92.4 percent of its scoring from last season’s NCAA Tournament team. The Broncos were able to rack up 21 wins in 2013-14, but won’t be playing

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Boise State men’s basketball faces ‘cream of the crop’; Vandal men, women in WAC final

Though Las Vegas is a neutral floor for the Boise State men’s basketball team in its 9:30 p.m. MT Friday semifinal at the Mountain West Tournament, it will seem like a road game. New Mexico (25-6) brings thousands of fans

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Idaho men open WAC Tournament with win over UMKC; BSU notes, Mountain West recaps

Idaho men’s basketball coach Don Verlin got his first WAC Tournament victory in his sixth trip as the Vandals knocked off Kansas City, 73-70. “That feels awful good,” Verlin said. Stephen Madison had 26 points and 17 rebounds to pace

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