Boise State football coach Bryan Harsin, men's basketball coach Leon Rice and women's basketball coach Gordy Presnell are among the athletics staff members who must take 10-day furloughs.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 88-34
- 11/8W 82-57
- 11/10L 72-69
- 11/15W 83-81
- 11/20L 80-68
- 11/248L 98-82
- 11/26W 77-69
- 12/1L 77-65
- 12/4W 83-82
- 12/8W 72-69
- 12/11W 66-55
- 12/15W 63-61
- 12/18W 75-32
- 12/22W 76-74
- 1/1L 73-68
- 1/4W 54-40
- 1/8L 66-65
- 1/11W 86-72
- 1/15W 70-61
- 1/18W 65-59
- 1/25L 85-80
- 1/29L 74-61
- 2/1W 83-72
- 2/5W 67-48
- 2/8L 58-56
- 2/12W 74-69
- 2/15W 69-67
- 2/19W 85-67
- 2/22W 95-76
- 2/24W 81-52
- 3/2W 73-50
- 3/3W 79-71
- 3/4W 80-76
- Full Schedule
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
- Boise State coaches, staff to be furloughed
- Boise State wins MWC, first to earn NCAA berth
- Boise State assistant on leave amid allegations
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
Boise State survived a wild finish to defeat Fresno State 80-76 on Wednesday in the Mountain West Conference tournament final and become the first team to qualify for the NCAA women's tournament.
Jade Loville scored 20 points off the bench, including five-straight late in overtime, and Boise State became the first team to qualify for the NCAA Tournament, knocking off Fresno State 80-76 on Wednesday night to win an unprecedented fourth-straight...
Boise State placed assistant women's basketball coach Cody Butler on administrative leave Tuesday amid a lawsuit alleging sexual abuse and harassment of a player at his previous job.
Jazmine Jones scored 22 points, Dana Evans added 20 and No. 8 Louisville built a cushion with a hot shooting start and outlasted Boise State 98-82 on Sunday.
Mikayla Pivec had 20 points and 12 rebounds and the fourth-seeded Oregon State Beavers withstood a major scare from No. 13 Boise State for an 80-75 overtime victory in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night.
Baylor was named the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA women's basketball tournament Monday.
Braydey Hodgins scored 16 points to lead Boise State to its third straight Mountain West Conference Tournament title, beating Wyoming 68-51 on Wednesday night.
With usual stars Asia Durr and Myisha Hines-Allen combining for just six field goals, Louisville's bench produced 33 points and 14 rebounds to spark the Cardinals -- a No. 1 seed for the first time -- past Boise State in the first round Friday.
Boise State sophomore A'Shanti Coleman banked in the game-winning buzzer-beater to give Boise State a 62-60 come-from-behind victory over Nevada on Friday in the Mountain West women's championship game.
Albany and Boise State officially clinched their spots in the NCAA tournament on Friday. But Long Beach State replaced UC Davis as the Big West's representative in our projection. Eight bids will be decided on Saturday, with eight more on the line Sunday.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Mountain West released its preseason poll: No shock that San Diego State is clear-cut No. 1 pick with 23 of the 27 first-place votes. Here is the rest of the poll: 2) Nevada 3) New Mexico 4) Fresno State 5) Boise State 6) Utah State 7) Colorado State 8) UNLV 9) Air Force 10) Wyoming 11) San Jose State. I think San Diego State wins the league -- and second is fairly wide open.
Final: Boise State 66, New Mexico 60
Boise State's Yaiza Rodriguez lies on the court after her team's 66-60 win over New Mexcico in the Mountain West Conference championship. Boise State secured its third NCAA tournament appearance in program history and first since 2007.
Boise State is asking a judge to declare that the school does not owe a $5 million penalty for cancelling its entry into the Big East Conference last year.
Big East tried to work a deal to keep Boise State on board, but was "unwilling" to give the Broncos the deal that kept them in the Mountain West.
Boise State will remain a member of the Mountain West Conference and will not join the Big East in 2013.
Boise State is trying to get the Big East and Mountain West to allow the Broncos to retain their home television rights, to guarantee which conference the school ends up in, sources told ESPN.
The Mountain West and Boise State are having ongoing dialogue about the Broncos staying in the conference instead of leaving for the Big East in the fall of 2013, a source with direct knowledge of the situation told ESPN.com Friday night.