2004 Liberty Bowl: No. 10 Boise State vs No. 8 Louisville

In a game where Boise State was considered an underdog to the media and Vegas Lines, the Broncos walked into the Liberty Bowl with something to prove. A massive chip on their shoulder, even though they had a Top 10 ranking.

Louisville was a high powered offense led by an effective quarterback, and a coach that would spend some time at SEC member, Arkansas.

One of the most famous plays in Bronco history was linebacker Andy Avalos interception of a pass in the red zone and took it to the house to put the Broncos up in the first quarter.

Even though the Broncos lost this one, it was a great effort from the young squad. Boise State 40 Louisville 44.


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