The Boise State men’s basketball team challenges Nevada for first place in the Mountain West standings on Saturday in Reno, Nev. The game starts at 8 p.m. MT at Lawlor Events Center and will be broadcast on ESPNU. The Wolf Pack (17-3, 6-0) beat the Broncos (16-3, 6-1) in both meetings last season. ICYMI: Boise State basketball’s game at Nevada isn’t just for first place. It’s ‘personal.’ Live Blog Live: Follow Boise State men's basketball at Nevada
The Boise State men’s basketball team’s hopes of an upset at first-place Nevada bounced off the knee of Alex Hobbs and out of bounds with a three-point deficit and less than 20 seconds to play Saturday night at Lawlor Events Center. The Broncos scored just five points over the final five minutes while allowing 14 and fell 74-68 to the Wolf Pack in a Mountain West game that was back and forth for most of the second half. Boise State led 63-60 with 4:38 to play.
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Selecting a term
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