The Boise State Broncos football team competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of Division I as a member of the Mountain West Conference. Since 1970, Boise State has played its home games in Bronco Stadium, which enjoys a reputation as one of the most difficult places in the country for opposing teams to play.The stadium is well-known for its unusual blue playing surface, which was first installed in 1986. "The Blue," as it is called by fans, is the only non-green playing surface in the Football Bowl Subdivision and is one of the most distinguishing and enduring symbols of Boise State football. Boise State is one of four college football programs in the United States to have a non-green playing surface. (Eastern Washington University in the FCS has a red surface, the University of Central Arkansas, also an FCS program, has a grey and purple striped surface and the University of New Haven in Division II has a blue surface). The Broncos have not lost a home conference game since the season finale in 1998 (46 in a row). They never lost a home conference game during their 10 years as a member of the WAC (40–0). The Broncos are 74–1 in regular season home games since 1999 and are currently on a 62 game regular season home winning streak.
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