The Broncos’ football schedule for 2022 has been finalized

BOISE, Idaho- National television packages for Mountain West, Pac-12 and Conference USA were announced Thursday, cementing dates for the Boise State football team’s 2022 schedule.

Each of the Broncos’ 12 regular-season games was televised nationally. The 10MW powered games will air on either CBS, the FOX family of networks (FOX, FS1 or FS2) or CBS Sports Network, the Broncos season opener at Oregon State will air on ESPN and the off-conference road game will air on UTEP aired on CBS Sports Network.

The non-conference tilt against the Beavers remains Saturday, September 3 and begins at 8:30 p.m. MT. This is the second year in a row that the Broncos’ season opener will be aired on ESPN.

The Broncos’ matchup at UTEP, previously announced for Friday, September 23, begins at 7 p.m

Included in the MW schedule announcement were two additional games that will be moved to Friday — the Broncos away game in New Mexico (September 9) and the home game against San Diego State (September 30). The Albuquerque meetup begins at 7:00 p.m. on CBS Sports Network and the home competition with the Aztecs is scheduled for FS1 at 6:00 p.m

In addition to the Broncos’ off-conference road game at UTEP, the home regular-season finals against Utah State was also rescheduled to Friday, giving Boise State four non-Saturday regular-season games for the second straight season. Boise State last had consecutive regular seasons with at least four non-Saturday games in 2015 (six) and 2016 (five) and boast an all-time record of 38-11 in Friday regular season games (.776).

The Broncos home game against UT Martin begins at 2 p.m. and will be broadcast on FS1.

Three remaining home competitions — Fresno State (Oct. 8), Colorado State (Oct. 29) and BYU (Nov. 5) — will air on the FOX family of networks, though a kick-off time will be set at a later date. Kick determinations are generally made within a 12 day window, although a six day window is also possible.

Each of Boise State’s four conference road games will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network — Friday’s game against New Mexico and Air Force (5 p.m.), Nevada (8:30 p.m.) and Wyoming (5 p.m.).

Boise State enters the 2022 season on a streak of 24 straight wins (1998–2021), tied with Texas (1893–1916) for the 13th longest streak in Football Bowl Subdivision history. The streak is the longest ever by a school in the Group of Five.

The Broncos have also achieved bowl-qualifying status in each of the past 24 years, the third-longest active streak in the country and behind only Ohio State (33) and Georgia (25).

For a full look at the Broncos’ updated 2022 schedule, see below:

Saturday 3 Sept | @ Oregon State (8:30 p.m.; ESPN)
Friday 9 Sept | @ New Mexico* (7 p.m.; CBS SN)
Saturday 17 Sept | UT MARTIN (2 p.m.; FS1)
Friday 23 Sept | @ UTEP (7 p.m.; CBS SN)
Friday 30 Sept | SAN DIEGO STATE* (6 p.m.; FS1)
Saturday October 8 | State of FRESNO* (TBD; FOX/FS1/FS2)

Saturday 22 Oct | @ Air Force* (5 p.m.; CBS SN)
Saturday 29 Oct | COLORADO STATE* (TBD; FOX/FS1/FS2)
Saturday 5 Nov | BYU (TBD; FOX/FS1/FS2)

Saturday 12 Nov | @Nevada* (8:30 p.m.; CBS SN)
Saturday 19 Nov | @ Wyoming* (5 p.m.; CBS SN)
Friday 25 Nov | State of Utah* (10 a.m.; CBS)

* Mountain West Game | Home games in BOLD/CAPS | mountain of all time

Season passes and Blue Collar Passes are available now for 2022 and can be purchased at Season passes start at $158 and Blue Collar Passes start at $199.

Mini plans are scheduled to go on sale on June 6th and single game tickets will be available to the general public on July 18th.

Mini plans include UT Martin, San Diego State, and BYU, and prices start at $124 in the Curves and South End Zone and $149 in the Main Stadium.

Single-game tickets start at $69 for UT Martin and Utah State, $84 for San Diego State, Fresno State and Colorado State, and $99 for BYU.

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