You've no doubt seen the images of the devastating flooding that's put areas of Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana under water.  Will it have any impact on Boise State's first game of the season?

According to KTVB the outdoor station that Louisiana-Lafayette football team plays their home football games hasn't structurally been affected by the high waters.  The head of the Louisiana Lafayette's conference, the Sun Belt, tells KTVB that the Broncos and their fans shouldn't feel the impact of the flooding during their travels to the game.

BSU's first opponent has volunteered their time to help residents in nearby Youngsville pick up debris and begin to rebuilt.

The Cajuns and Broncos face off at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 3rd.  The game can only be seen on ESPN3.  For details about how to stream that game to your home television, click HERE.