When is Boise State football season going to start?

Boise State announced it would begin the season on Thursday with a road game against Nevada at 3 p.m.

MT, as it prepared for its second game of the season against BYU.

It will be the first time the Broncos have played a nonconference opponent this season.

Boise State (2-1) will play five road games, including a home game against UNLV on Nov. 11, a road matchup against Arizona State on Nov, 26 and a road trip to Utah on Nov 30.

The Broncos will face three teams in the Mountain West Conference, the Mountain Division and the Sun Belt Conference.

The team’s season opener will be Nov. 5 against Colorado State.

The Mountain Division slate includes Utah State, San Jose State, Boise State, Utah and San Diego State.

In the Sunbelt Conference, Boise will play Fresno State, Louisiana Tech, Arizona State, Nevada and Southern Miss.

The Sun Belt plays the Mountain and Mountain West in consecutive weeks on Dec. 12, 13 and 14.

The games are scheduled to be played on a neutral site, with Boise State playing at Las Vegas Sands Convention Center.

Boise plays five nonconference games this season, including two against the Mountain.

It plays one nonconference game on Nov., 24 against Nevada, and three against the Sun.