Coach Pete's putting a bow on spring football

Coach Pete's putting a bow on spring football
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Many college football programs make their spring game the grand finale of the spring season, and that used to be that way Boise State did thing, but the coaches decided that didn't make a lot of sense.

Players and coaches can learn a lot from the annual Blue and Orange Game, and there's a ton of time off between the end of the game and the start of fall. So Coach Pete and crew like to follow it up with a Monday practice, with the hopes of really tying a bow on the spring season.

"Well, what we like about it is ... if you didn't notice there was quite a few errors out there, so we get a chance to go back and talk about those and get those right before we're done with this. So it hadn't really felt right to us that we play the spring game, and we really don't get to put it to rest like we want to, so that's what we do," said Petersen.

While the offense won the Blue and Orange Game for the second-straight season, the defense still looked pretty good at times. That being said, I'm sure Coach Pete will find a few things for everybody to work on over their break.