BOISE, Idaho Colorado State is coming off its best win of the year, a blowout victory over UNLV that has given first-year coach Jim McElwain the chance to preach the importance of building on success.
The Rams, powered by 24 first-half points and a flurry of turnovers, rolled over the Rebels 33-11 in Fort Collins last Saturday.
McElwain said the challenge facing his young team now is avoiding the so-called one-hit wonder tag.
The Rams goal of posting back-to-back wins faces a tough test in todays matchup with Boise State.
The Broncos (8-2, 5-1 Mountain West) are in a tie for first in the conference and are playing their last game at home this season.
Colorado State (3-7, 2-4) will be making its first trip to Bronco Stadium.