The blue and orange of Boise State University can be found right in Boise, the capital city of Idaho. Founded in 1932 as Boise Junior College, Boise State has risen to upper echelon status in the Western Athletic Conference, particularly in football. Some of the school’s athletic programs compete in other conferences, wrestling being one example, as BSU competes in the Pacific 10 Conference for that sport.
A visitor coming to Boise State University is in for a definite treat when checking out the various venues around the school. Bronco Stadium is the school’s crowning jewel with its infamous “Smurf Turf”, the only Division 1 football stadium to possess a bright blue playing field. Taco Bell Arena hosts the BSU basketball team, has hosted the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on several occasions, as well as several concerts over the years. Be sure to visit the Qwest Arena and the Knitting Factory for more entertainment options during your stay in Boise!
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