Coach Pete won't let the Broncos look past UT-Martin

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - San Diego State looked silly against Eastern Illinois, North Dakota State made short work of Kansas State, Towson took care of Connecticut, and Oregon State paid Eastern Washington nearly half a million dollars to beat them in Corvallis ... and that's not even all the FCS upsets from the first week of college football. What I'm saying is, and Coach Pete already knows, you can't overlook anybody.

"Tennessee-Martin, I think they were nine and three last year. They won again this year, they just beat a ranked team in their division. I've seen enough of them to know, that these guys can beat us, they can beat a lot of people," said head coach Chris Petersen.

"So I think our job is definitely don't underestimate any opponent. You know, they've got some good players out there. I mean it's just gonna be like any other game. Just prepare for them the best you can, get in the film room, and show up on game day," added senior wide receiver Geraldo Boldewijn.

There's no TV broadcast for this game, just the web-based network ESPN3.

So you're out of luck if you have DirecTV, Dish, and even cable TV. Same goes for CenturyLink internet users. But if you get Cable ONE, or Cox Internet, you can watch the game over the internet.

Of course, Boise State would like me to remind you that you can always watch the game in person at Bronco Stadium. As of late Thursday afternoon, there were nearly 7,000 tickets still available for the home opener.

If you miss all of that, there's no need to worry. KBOI 2 Sports has you covered with highlights and post game reaction.