Over the weekend the Boise State men's basketball team won it's fourth in a row and it's 10th straight at home while the College of Idaho men's basketball team made it 16 straight wins!

The Coyotes went 2-0 over the weekend with victories at Multnomah and Warner-Pacific extending their win streak to 16 games, their longest in 65 years!

C.of I. is 15-0 in conference and 22-3 overall as they eye a road game at Eastern Oregon Wednesday.

As for Boise State, their 73-64 win over Nevada was the Broncos 10th straight win at home and their fourth in a row giving them a 7-4 Mountain West record, good for a second place tie with Colorado State and the Broncos beat the Rams in their only meeting earlier this year.

BSU is now 15-8 overall and will play at Wyoming tomorrow, the Cowboys are 1-10 in league 4-10 at home.

The Justinian Jessup watch will be on in Laramie where he needs just one three point shot to become the leagues all time leading three point shot maker. Saturday he canned two long range buckets against Nevada to tie BYU's Jimmer Fredette at 296 career makes. After tying the mark Jessup had a pair of three point shot attempts to set a new standard but both were just off the mark.

Tomorrows game at Wyoming is the first of two road games this week with a stop at Utah State Saturday night. The Aggies are 6-5 in league following their loss Saturday at San Diego State, now 12-0 in league, 23-0 overall.