By Brady Frederick and Zack Armstrong, KTVB7: When Boise State takes the field Saturday in Frisco, it will mark the final game of interim offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter’s illustrious coaching career.
Koetter’s impressive NFL and college coaching experience made an immediate impact in transforming the Broncos’ offense into one of the best in the Mountain West Conference. When Koetter stepped into the OC role mid-season, he made it clear this was a one-year deal.
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"I want to leave him with a win. Taylen has progressed so far, so fast. I'd love to leave Taylen with something to build on going into next year," Koetter said.
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