Curt Apsey has been the Broncos athletic director since 2015. He came from Carroll College in Montana. Before his Montana stint he worked for Boise State as a senior associate athletic director and according to KBTV, he worked with donors to get projects going like the Caven-Williams Indoor Sports Complex, the Stueckle Sky Center, the Arguinchona Basketball Complex and the Bleymaier Football Center. Curt is going to continue working for Boise State but is shifting to a new fundraising position.

“It has been a privilege for me to be a part of Boise State Athletics for the past 21 years, both as an athletic director and senior-level administrator," Apsey said in a press release. "I am extremely grateful to have been able to work with such incredible people while serving our amazing student-athletes that wore the Blue and Orange. I want to thank each of them for being so committed to the student-athlete experience both academically and athletically."

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Boise State will start a national search for replacement relatively soon.  Until a permanent replacement is found, Bob Carney was named as the university's interim athletic director. Bob has been senior associate athletic director for strategic planning and capital projects since 20018 and started working for Boise State in 2005.

“I have a long history with Boise State and am determined to make sure our department continues its successes across the board as Dr. Tromp seeks a permanent replacement for athletic director,” Carney said in a release.

By the way the Broncos are set to take on the Utah State Aggies on Saturday night. Hopefully they can feel our support even with an empty Albertsons stadium.

 

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