List of Boise State Broncos bowl games

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The Boise State Broncos college football team competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing Boise State University as members of the Mountain West Conference. Since the establishment of the team in 1932 (although joined Division I in 1971 and FBS in 1996), Boise State has appeared in 16 bowl games.[1] The Broncos have appeared in seven different bowl games, with multiple appearances in the Humanitarian/MPC Computers Bowl (4), the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas (3), the Fiesta Bowl (3) (which was part of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and now part of the New Year's Six), the Hawaii Bowl (2), and the Poinsettia Bowl (2). Boise State was the only school from a non automatic qualifying conference to receive an at-large bid into a BCS game during the 2009 NCAA Division I FBS football season. They went to the 2010 Fiesta Bowl that season (all other appearances by non-AQ schools are actually automatic bids under BCS rules). With their most recent win in the 2015 Poinsettia Bowl, Boise State has an overall bowl record of 11–5.

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Results
W Win
L Loss

Bowl games[edit]

# Bowl Score Date Season Opponent Stadium Location Attendance Head coach
1 Humanitarian Bowl W 34–31 December 30, 1999 1999 Louisville Bronco Stadium Boise 29,283 Koetter, DirkDirk Koetter
2 Humanitarian Bowl W 38–23 December 28, 2000 2000 UTEP Bronco Stadium Boise 26,203 Koetter, DirkDirk Koetter
3 Humanitarian Bowl W 34–16 December 31, 2002 2002 Iowa State Bronco Stadium Boise 30,446 Hawkins, DanDan Hawkins
4 Fort Worth Bowl W 34–31 December 23, 2003 2003 TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth 38,028 Hawkins, DanDan Hawkins
5 Liberty Bowl L 40–44 December 31, 2004 2004 Louisville Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis 58,355 Hawkins, DanDan Hawkins
6 MPC Computers Bowl L 21–27 December 28, 2005 2005 Boston College Bronco Stadium Boise 30,493 Hawkins, DanDan Hawkins
7 Fiesta Bowl W 43–42 OT January 1, 2007 2006 Oklahoma University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale 73,719 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
8 Hawaii Bowl L 38–41 December 23, 2007 2007 East Carolina Aloha Stadium Honolulu 30,467 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
9 Poinsettia Bowl L 16–17 December 23, 2008 2008 TCU Qualcomm Stadium San Diego 34,628 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
10 Fiesta Bowl W 17–10 January 4, 2010 2009 TCU University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale 73,227 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
11 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas W 26–3 December 22, 2010 2010 Utah Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney 41,923 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
12 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas W 56–24 December 22, 2011 2011 Arizona State Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney 35,720 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
13 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas W 28–26 December 22, 2012 2012 Washington Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney 33,217 Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen
14 Hawaii Bowl L 23–38 December 24, 2013 2013 Oregon State Aloha Stadium Honolulu 29,106 Bob Gregory (interim)
15 Fiesta Bowl W 38–30 December 31, 2014 2014 Arizona University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale 66,896 Harsin, BryanBryan Harsin
16 Poinsettia Bowl W 55–7 December 23, 2015 2015 Northern Illinois Qualcomm Stadium San Diego 21,501 Harsin, BryanBryan Harsin

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