Bryan Harsin, a former Boise State quarterback, assistant coach and offensive coordinator, is entering his fifth season as the head coach at his alma mater. Harsin boasts a record of 42-12 at Boise State, an average of more than 10 wins per year. Overall, he is 49-17 as a head coach - including one season at Arkansas State - and has led his programs to bowl games in each season as a head coach.
In his debut season Harsin led his alma mater back to where it rose to national prominence. Boise State went 12-2 in 2014, winning its first outright Mountain West Championship and capping the campaign with a 38-30 victory over Arizona in the 2014 VIZIO Fiesta Bowl.
· Former Boise State quarterback, assistant coach and offensive coordinator.
· 5th season as head coach at Boise State University
· Overall, Harsin is 49-17 as a head coach - including one season at Arkansas State.
· Led all of his programs to bowl games in each season as a head coach.
· Finalist for the Paul "Bear" Bryant National Coach of the Year Award, Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award and the Dodd Trophy - given yearly by the Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year Foundation.
· Named the nation's top first-year head coach by the Football Writers Association of America
· Coach Harsin is from Boise, ID. He went to Capital High School and played quarterback for the Broncos from 1995-1999.
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