Broncos ready to rebound against Air Force Falcons

Broncos ready to rebound against Air Force Falcons »Play Video
Boise State head coach Leon Rice talks with an official during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against New Mexico, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013, in Boise, Idaho. (AP Photo/Matt Cilley)
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - More than 10,000 fans, and a lot of orange at Taco Bell Arena on Wednesday night, but ultimately the Broncos came up five points short in overtime against the number 19 New Mexico Lobos.

Boise State had their chances, and could have come out on top, but there's no reason to beat them up about it because they've already done a lot of that themselves.

"When you lose a game, you always feel that way. Especially a tight, back and forth, 13 lead changes, no question. And they all kick themselves, we all do, as coaches, as players, for things we could have done a little different and a little bit better.

"The beauty of this team is they're tough kids, and they want to do it better,and they want to learn from it. There's no finger pointing, everybody points the finger at themselves and says,'hey, I'm gonna do a better job at this.' And that's a healthy, healthy locker room," said head coach Leon Rice.

The Broncos hope to bounce back Saturday afternoon against the Air Force Falcons. It all gets going at 2 pm (MTN) in Colorado.