BOISE, Idaho – Boise State says it will begin offering cost of attendance scholarships for all sports should NCAA rules be changed.
The school announced its plans on Tuesday. Athletic director Mark Coyle says the intent is to provide support for more than just the Broncos’ successful football program.
“Our intent is to provide the resources available not only for football, but for each of our 20 sports, to not only win conference championships but to compete with any program on a national level,” Coyle said.
The school currently offers multi-year scholarships and will expand the practice with each team determining how best to use the scholarship contracts.
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