Curt Apsey is entering his third year as the Boise State Director of Athletics. In his time at Boise State, Apsey has worked with both corporate and individual donors to make long-lasting improvements to Boise State athletics and athletics facilities. He headed the “Initiative for Athletic Excellence” capital campaign to improve and expand athletic facilities that included the Caven-Williams Indoor Sports Complex ($10 million, 2006), the Stueckle Sky Center ($37 million, 2008), the Arguinchona Basketball Complex ($3 million, 2011) and the Bleymaier Football Center ($22 million, 2013).
Today Skip is talking to Brad Larrondo, the Assistant Athletic Director for Bronco Football. This year marks Brad’s first season as the assistant athletic director for football, but has been a member of the Bronco athletic department since 1993. As assistant athletic director for football, Larrondo handles external duties of the Boise State football program. Brad helps direct high school and youth football camps, booster relations and community service projects for student-athletes and coaches like the “Beat Coach Pete Run” and Women’s Clinic. Skip and Brad are talking Boise State Football and the 2017-2018 and, also, how you come back after a tough loss against
Today Skip is talking with former Boise State Football Coach and now Washington Husky, Chris Petersen. Skip is talking with Chris about life, football and his game plan for life. How has the transition been going since he left Idaho? How do the Huskies look this year? Listen in and learn more.