List of Boise State Broncos football seasons
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|National Champions||Big Sky Conference Champions||Big West Conference Champions||Western Athletic Conference Champions||Mountain West Conference Champions||Playoff Berth||Bowl game berth|
|Season||Conference||Season results||Postseason result||Final ranking|
|Boise State Broncos football seasons|
|1933||Junior College ||—||1||2||1|
|1942||Boise State did not play football during the 1942–1945 seasons because of World War II|
|1949||Junior College||—||10||0||0||Won Potato Bowl|
|1950||Junior College||—||9||1||0||Lost Junior Rose Bowl|
|1951||Junior College||—||10||0||0||Won Potato Bowl|
|Totals||199||61||9||(Junior College Total)|
|1971||Big Sky||2nd||10||2||0||Won Camellia Bowl 32–28 vs. Chico State|
|1973||Big Sky ||1st||10||3||0||Won vs. South Dakota 53–10 (D-II quarterfinals);
Lost vs. Louisiana Tech 34–38 (D-II semifinals)
|1974||Big Sky||1st||10||2||0||Lost vs. Central Michigan 6–20 (D-II quarterfinals)|
|1975||Big Sky||1st||9||2||1||Lost vs. Northern Michigan 21–24 (D-II quarterfinals)|
|1977||Big Sky||1st||9||2||0||not invited to D-II playoffs|
|1978||Big Sky ||4th||7||4||0|
|1979||Big Sky||1st||1||1||0||probation: no conference title (7–0) or I-AA playoffs |
|1980||Big Sky||1st||10||3||0||Won vs. Grambling 14–9 (I-AA semifinals);
Won vs. Eastern Kentucky 31–29 (I-AA championship)
|10||3||0||Won vs. Jackson State 19–7 (I-AA quarterfinals);
Lost vs. Eastern Kentucky 17–24 (I-AA semifinals)
|1988||Big Sky||3rd||8||4||0||Lost vs. Northwestern State 13–22 (I-AA first round)|
|1990||Big Sky||2nd||10||4||0||Won vs. Northern Iowa 20–3 (I-AA first round);
Won vs. Middle Tennessee 20–13 (I-AA quarterfinals);
Lost vs. Nevada 52–59 in 3OT (I-AA semifinals)
|1994||Big Sky||1st||13||2||0||Won vs. North Texas 24–20 (I-AA first round);
Won vs. Appalachian State 17–14 (I-AA quarterfinals);
Won vs. Marshall 28–24 (I-AA semifinals);
Lost vs. Youngstown State 14–28 (I-AA championship)
|1996||Big West ||5th||2||10||||-||-|
|1999||Big West||1st||10||3||Won Humanitarian Bowl vs. Louisville 34–31||-||-|
|2000||Big West||1st||10||2||Won Humanitarian Bowl vs. UTEP 38–23||-||-|
|2002||WAC||1st||12||1||Won Humanitarian Bowl vs. Iowa State 34–16||15||12|
|2003||WAC||1st||13||1||Won Fort Worth Bowl vs. TCU 34–31||16||15|
|2004||WAC||1st||11||1||Lost Liberty Bowl vs. Louisville 40–44||12||13|
|2005||WAC||T–1st||9||4||Lost MPC Computers Bowl vs. Boston College 21–27||-||-|
|2006||WAC ||1st||13||0||Won Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma 43–42||5||6|
|2007||WAC||2nd||10||3||Lost Hawai'i Bowl vs. East Carolina 38–41||-||-|
|2008||WAC||1st||12||1||Lost Poinsettia Bowl vs. TCU 16–17||11||13|
|2009||WAC||1st||14||0||Won Fiesta Bowl vs. TCU 17–10||4||4|
|2010||WAC||T–1st||12||1||Won Maaco Bowl Las Vegas vs. Utah 26–3||7||9|
|2011||Mountain West||2nd||12||1||Won Maaco Bowl Las Vegas vs. Arizona State 56–24||8||6|
|2012||Mountain West||T–1st||11||2||Won Maaco Bowl Las Vegas vs. Washington 28–26||18||14|
|2013||Mountain West||2nd (Mountain)||8||5||Lost Hawai'i Bowl vs. Oregon State 23–38||-||-|
|2014||Mountain West||1st (Mountain)||12||2||Won Mountain West Championship Game vs. Fresno State 28–14
Won Fiesta Bowl vs. Arizona 38–30
|Totals||386||143||2||university regular season games – (1968– )|
|2||3||0||Division II playoff games – (1968–77)|
|8||4||0||Division I-AA playoff games – (1978–95)|
|1||0||0||non-Division I FBS bowl games – (1971)|
|10||5||0||Division I FBS bowl games – (1996– )|
|1||0||0||Conference Championship games – (2014– )|
|408||154||2||all university games – (1968– )|
|606||215||11||all games (university and junior college) – (1933– )|
- One year after the founding of Boise Junior College, the school began to play football in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
- In 1968, Boise College began to compete with four-year colleges as an independent in the NAIA, a transitional period that began in 1965 and finished in 1969.
- scholarworks.boisestate.edu - The Broncos: A History of Boise State University, 1932-1994 - p.131 - accessed 2011-10-10
- The Broncos were accepted into the NCAA in October 1969, and a month later into the Big Sky Conference, effective the following July. The Broncos began NCAA competition in 1970 in Division II ("College Division" prior to 1973) in a brand new Bronco Stadium.
- In 1973 the NCAA "College Division" was split into two divisions — "Division II" and "Division III" — Boise State joined Division II.
- When the NCAA realigned in 1978, the Big Sky Conference was moved from Division II up to the newly created Division I-AA, a subdivision of Division I. Since 2006, Division I-AA has been known as Division I FCS. (Idaho was moved down from Division I to Division I-AA in 1978.)
- Due to sanctions for "coaching irregularities" in 1978, Boise State was ineligible for the conference title or the I-AA playoffs in 1979.
- Though tied for first at 6–1, Boise State did not win the Big Sky title in 1981 due to their head-to-head loss to champion Idaho State.
- Boise State moved up to Division I-A in 1996.
- Overtime rules in college football were introduced in 1996, eliminating ties.
- In 2006, "Division I-A" was renamed "Division I Football Bowl Subdivision" or "Division I FBS" for short.
- "Boise State Broncos". College Football Data Warehouse. 2008. Retrieved February 28, 2008.
- broncosports.com – Official Boise State Broncos football website