1. I Just Flew In From Boise, and Boy Are My Legs Tired. Four days might not be near enough time for the Broncos to rest up for their first round game. They needed three overtimes and 107 points to put away the pesky New Mexico State Aggies and take the WAC's auto-bid. The good news is that it was only 10pm in Las Cruces when the game finished up, so I guess everyone got their beauty sleep.
2. Dear Tiny, Infant Jesus. Call it the Ballad of Reggie Larry. The man with two first names is the most dangerous college player you've never heard of. The New Jersey native played two years at College of Southern Idaho before transferring in to BSU. He's averaging 19 points and 9 rebounds, and he can do this.
3. Multiple Personality Disorder. The Broncos have been a baffling team all season. They began the season with an obvious laugher against DI independent Utah Valley State, but needed OT to pull out the win in the home opener. They then proceeded to lose to Loyola Marymount in December, giving that moribund program one of their five wins this season. Then they finished 2007 with a huge out-of-conference home win over a ranked Brigham Young squad. They could lose by 20, or pull the upset of the tournament. I have no idea. — Storming The Floor