Led by the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year in quarterback Brett Rypien and star linebacker Curtis Weaver, the Broncos will pose quite the challenge for BC.
“There’s never been a time where it’s been this easy for someone to think of something from their brain, translate it from their eyes to their hands, shoot something, make something, and express themselves.” Joe Sabia, BC ’06, said. “It’s never been easier for people to do it, but it’s also never been harder to stand out.”
LAB’s latest creation, A Story Beyond, borrows from folklore around the world to spin a tale of trial and redemption. The story begins with its young heroine, Maya, in an enchanted village with the tradition of storytelling woven deep into its roots.
Saturday afternoon’s win over DePaul featured a late takeover from Wynston Tabbs, strong post play from Nik Popovic, and an uncharacteristic day from Ky Bowman among other things.
The Broncos had won 31 games in a row on their iconic blue field, but the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl saw the Eagles arrive and escape with a 27-21 win.
BC only led the Blue Demons for 32 seconds, but it happened to be in the final half minute as it rallied from a deficit as large as 12 to claim a crucial road victory.
Emma Guy had a career-high 25 points and BC used a dominant 18-0 run in the first quarter to put away the visiting Camels, picking up its 10th win in the process.