The college football bowl season starts Friday with a pair of bowls including the Frisco Bowl pairing Utah State and Kent State at 5:30 MST.

Saturday is a bonanza of seven bowl games highlighted by the Las Vegas Bowl featuring Boise State vs. Washington.

The Broncos arrive in Vegas on Tuesday and will be staying at the hard Rock Hotel and there'll be a media opportunity at 6:15pm with the two head coaches, Bryan Harsin and Chris Petersen and both coaches will be accompanied by offensive lineman,  John Molchon for BSU and Nick Harris for the Huskies.

Tuesday night is a VIP reception for both teams and then practice for both teams is schedule Wednesday and Thursday. The Broncos will practice at Rebel Park which is the UNLV practice fields while Washington will workout at Bishop Gorman High school.

Friday morning both head coaches will meet one last time with the media and then both teams will have their final walk-thru at Sam Boyd Stadium before Saturdays kickoff at 5:30pm MST.

As of today Washington, 7-5 remains a 3.5 point favorite. Boise State, 12-1, is 4-0 in previous Las Vegas Bowls with wins over Oregon, Utah, Arizona State and a 28-26 win over Washington.

By the way Saturdays other Bowl game involving a Mountain West team is the new Mexico Bowl where San Diego State plays Central Michigan.