Harsin says Boise State left unfinished business
Boise State football coach Bryan Harsin gathered with the media on Monday to discuss the 2016 season. He was quick to point out that the Broncos failed to meet two major goals, a conference title and a bowl win.
Harsin did mention that a 10 win season that included wins over two Pac 12 teams and BYU is something to build on but added 2017 will not get any easier.
Harsin said nobody, most of all himself, was happy with the Baylor game in the Cactus Bowl. he went on to talk about his young team and how those players will have to grow up this spring. Concerning the play of quarterback Brett Rypien, Harsin said he has to remind himself that Rypien is just a true sophomore and says Brett is the first person to say he needs to improve.
Harsin is currently evaluating the staff something he does after every season. The evaluation includes himself in regards to play calling. Harsin has not made any decisions concerning a replacement for receivers coach Junior Adams who left for Western Kentucky or on the current play calling system.