Buster Bronco (Boise State)
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Buster Bronco is the official mascot of Boise State University. He is a brown bronco with a large head and an open mouth. He wears a #0 Boise State football jersey for football games a #54 orange basketball jersey for basketball games. The idea to have a Bronco as a mascot originated in 1932 by Boise State Junior College Students. The students felt that a bronco was perfect as the mascot, for riding horses was very common at that point in time.
Buster Becomes A Bronco is a children's book that was published in 2008. 
See also 
- Buster Bronco is also the name of the mascot of Western Michigan University.
- The Denver Bronco's mascot is a live horse.
- Brown, Janelle. "Compare and Contrast: Boise State and the University of Oklahoma." Boise State University 14 December 2006 12 Oct 2008.<http://news.boisestate.edu/newsrelease/archive/2006/122006/1214Fiesta_facts.shtml>.
- McCurry, Janis. Buster Becomes a Bronco. Boise State University. 2008. <http://www.boisestatebooks.com/shop_product_detail.asp?mscssid=4E2B4EEE241A40B3864CDC44B02ECE57&pf_id=BSUAUTH+++11755289&product_name=QnVzdGVyIEJlY29tZXMgQSBCcm9uY28>.
- "Cy Competes for Mascot of the Year." 09022008 12 Oct 2008<http://www.cyclones.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=10700&ATCLID=1573399&SPID=4 256& SPSID=46688>.
- McCartney, Cory. "Mascot Power Rankings." Sports Illustrated 08092007 12 Oct 2008<http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/sioncampus/08/09/mascot.power.rankings/index.html>.
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