Relive four of the greatest moments in Boise State football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2007 Fiesta Bowl vs Oklahoma - The Statue of Liberty
1980 Camellia Bowl vs Eastern Kentucky - Div. I-AA National Championship
2010 Fiesta Bowl vs TCU - Undefeated 14-0
2010 Regular Season vs Virginia Tech - A statement win
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2007 Fiesta Bowl
The Statue of Liberty
Boise State vs Oklahoma
43 - 42
1 January, 2007
Arguably one of college football's greatest games ever, this one came right down to the wire and ended with a piece of ingenuity and brilliance as Boise State called "Statue Left" for a 2 points conversion in overtime to beat heavy favorites Oklahoma in the national spotlight.
1980 Camellia Bowl
Div. I-AA National Championship
Boise State vs Eastern Kentucky
31 - 29
20 December, 1980
With only 55 seconds left, Eastern Kentucky took the lead on a long touchdown pass. However, Boise State quickly drove down the field. With 12 seconds left and already on 4th down, quarterback Joe Aliotti rolled right and threw back across his body to the endzone for the game-winning touchdown.
2010 Fiesta Bowl
Boise State vs TCU
17 - 10
4 January, 2010
Another trick play from Boise. The playcall was a fake punt known as "The Riddler" which resulted in a 30 yard gain on 4th down and eventually led to what would be the game-winning touchdown. Boise State would finish the season undefeated.
2010 Regular Season
A statement win
Boise State vs Virginia Tech
33 - 30
6 September, 2010
Was Boise State a serious contender? Do they deserve to be in consideration for the national championship? Can they match up with big conference teams? These questions were answered with a huge win in dramatic fashion over Virginia Tech in what was essentially a cross-country away game in Landover, MD.