Broncos love their wins, but Coach Rice won't pick a favorite

Broncos love their wins, but Coach Rice won't pick a favorite »Play Video
Boise State head coach Leon Rice reacts to a call during the second half of a Mountain West Conference tournament NCAA college basketball game against San Diego State on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, in Las Vegas. San Diego State defeated Boise State 73-67. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - The Boise State basketball team's riding a three-game winning streak, and they've all been pretty big wins.

There's the one-point victory over New Mexico at the Bell, their first road win ever against Colorado State, and then Saturday night's stunning overtime win. That last win, looked an awful lot like a loss until the officials reversed the call on UNLV's buzzer beater, saying it didn't really beat the buzzer.

But don't ask head coach Leon Rice which one's his favorite, because he just can't decide.

"New Mexico was a pretty special win, too. I kind of felt the same way about New Mexico that I did UNLV, that was a great win. And I felt the same way about Colorado State, that was a heck of a win. Any win in this League, right now, they're hard to get. So, yeah, these are huge," said Rice.

As we inch closer to the Mountain West Conference Tournament, they'll get even bigger. Broncos head to Fresno State Wednesday night to tangle with the Bulldogs. Tip time on the CBS Sports Network is just after 7 pm (MT).