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Name: Hank Bachmeier 
College: Boise State     Number: 19
Height: 6-0   Weight: 204
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2023

40 Low: 4.68
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...PMaxwell/POBrien...2019: (+) Coming off Oct 2019 Hip INJ

 Hank Bachmeier, Boise State, Player News


  Hank Bachmeier threw for 172 yards and Boise State forced four turnovers in a 26-17 upset victory over No. 10 BYU on Saturday. Cyrus Habibi-Likio ran for a season-high 75 yards and a touchdown, and Andrew Van Buren added a season-high 60 yards and a touchdown to help the Broncos (3-3) snap a two-game losing streak in the series. The Broncos held the Cougars (5-1) to a single touchdown over the final three quarters after blowing second-half leads in losses to UCF and Nevada. "We finally finished the second half," Bachmeier said. "I think we've always been capable of doing it." Jaren Hall threw for a career-high 302 yards and a touchdown for BYU, and Tyler Allgeier ran for 73 yards and a touchdown.

The Cougars outgained Boise State 413-312 in total yards. "I felt like we moved the ball pretty well, except for a couple of drives," Hall said. "We just didn't take care of the ball and did a lot of uncharacteristic things...and put our defense in a tough spot several times. That's pretty much the story of the game for us." Hall looked sharp during the first quarter despite a two-game absence with a rib injury. He completed long passes to open each of BYU's first two drives. Hall punctuated the second drive with a 14-yard strike to Samson Nacua that made it 10-0. Boise State rallied to take a 20-10 halftime, capitalizing on back-to-back BYU fumbles. The Broncos became the first opponent to lead the Cougars at any point this season. - Boise State/AP College Football


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  Hank Bachmeier threw for two touchdowns, Boise State's defense frustrated Utah State and the Broncos won their 22nd-straight conference opener with a 27-3 win over the Aggies on Saturday. The back-breaker was a 3-yard pass from Bachmeier to Scott Matlock with 5:09 to play. That capped a 15-yard drive after a critical fumble by Utah State quarterback Andrew Peasley. It took the Broncos nine plays and 4 minutes, 23 seconds to cover 15 yards because of penalties.

Utah State (3-1, 1-1 Mountain West Conference), off to its best start since the 1978 team opened 5-0, finally scored on a field goal less than a minute into the fourth quarter. But even then, the Aggies had a first-and-goal on that drive. Boise State (2-2, 1-0) answered that with a field goal and followed with Jackson Cravens' strip sack and Demitri Washington's recovery. Utah State had 217 yards in the first half but trailed 10-0 and finished with 443 yards with little to show for it. The Aggies entered the game third in the nation at 563.3 yards. - Boise State/AP College Football


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  Hank Bachmeier threw for 340 yards and two touchdowns, and Stefan Cobbs added a special teams touchdown and a 61-yard scoring reception as Boise State defeated UTEP 54-13 Friday night. Boise State (1-1) gave first-year coach Andy Avalos his first win and the program's 20th straight home opening victory, playing in front of a capacity crowd for the first time since 2019. Avalos, who played linebacker at Boise State from 2001-04, relished the victory as well as the opportunity to play in front of a raucous home crowd. "To be able to go out in that stadium and have it packed the way it was—when there's that type of energy in the stadium, that's a home field advantage," Avalos said. UTEP (2-1) appeared primed to put up a fight early despite being 25-point underdogs. But six turnovers along with a defense prone to yield big plays ultimately doomed the Miners. "(Boise State) played a great game and did a lot of really good stuff, but we didn't play well and made way too many turnovers," UTEP coach Dana Dimel said. "Way too many mistakes to win in an environment like this." - Boise State/AP College Football

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  Boise State quarterback Hank Bachmeier was named to the 2021 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List, Thursday. The Golden Arm Award, presented annually to the top upperclassmen quarterback by the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation, encapsulates all that is positive in college sports. The award acknowledges performance on the field, but it goes beyond completion percentage and touchdown strikes. The award values character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game. The Murrieta, Calif., native has completed 62% of his passes in his career and notched both Athlon Preseason All-Mountain West and Phil Steele Preseason All-MW fourth-team honors in 2021. - Idaho Statesman

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  While much of the country was focused on the third day of the NFL Draft on Saturday, the Boise State football team took some time to celebrate a local hero. Several Boise State players, including quarterback Hank Bachmeier, joined a car parade at Julia Davis Park put on by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to honor 2021 Idaho Child of the Year Jaleel Dodd. Dodd, 9, was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia last July, and COVID-19 made his treatment even more difficult, as only one parent was allowed to be with him during treatment and no other visitors were allowed.

He's a huge fan of the Broncos, and after they met on Saturday, Bachmeier is now Dodd's biggest fan. "It was just an honor to go out there and see him and how tough he is, and it just puts into perspective to be grateful for what you have," Bachmeier told reporters on Sunday. "He's just fighting and it was awesome to see a smile on his face." Bachmeier said he caught a ride to the park with fellow quarterback Cade Fennegan, and the duo presented Dodd with some Boise State gear, including a hat and poster. "I told him I was proud of him and to just keep working hard and fighting," said Bachmeier, adding that Boise State's Brooke Pahukoa played a large role in getting the Broncos involved. "We care about our community as much as they care about us." - Idaho Statesman


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  Hank Bachmeier was 19 of 28 for 181 yards, with one touchdown pass and one interception to help Boise State beat Wyoming 17-9 on Saturday night. The Broncos (5-1, 5-0) will appear in their fourth consecutive Mountain West Conference championship game when they play San Jose State (6-0) on Saturday. With both teams undefeated, the conference will announce the host site and kickoff time on Sunday. Boise State cancelled their regular season matchup against the Spartans due to COVID-19.

It snowed throughout the game and the field was covered with snow as the Boise State defense held the Cowboys (2-4, 2-4) to 146 yards of offense -- their lowest output since 2017. Andrew Van Buren ran 25 times for 79 yards and scored on a touchdown run that made it 17-6 in the final minute of the third quarter. Khalil Shakir had three catches for 48 yards during the same scoring drive and finished with eight catches for 105 yards. Xazavian Valladay ran 11 times for 59 yards for Wyoming. - Boise State/AP College Football


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  The last time Boise State sophomore quarterback Hank Bachmeier started back-to-back weeks was in early October 2019, when he was emerging as a young star. He's expected to do that again Saturday - 13 months later - and against the same opponent that derailed his 2019 season: Hawaii. Bachmeier missed the Air Force win and BYU loss this season after testing positive for COVID-19, he told the media Tuesday. He returned last week to help the Broncos (3-1 overall, 3-0 Mountain West) beat Colorado State. "I can't control injuries. I can't control a global pandemic," Bachmeier said. "They're all things that are kind of out of my sphere of control. It stinks, but they're things that I can't control. But I can control how prepared I am."

Bachmeier went 6-0 as the starter last season before he was injured in the regular-season win against Hawaii. He missed the loss to BYU, returned to beat San Jose State and got injured again, then missed the final four regular-season games and the Mountain West title game against Hawaii. He was back in the lineup for the bowl loss to Washington - then didn't get to play for 10 months as the Broncos waited for a belated green light to compete during the pandemic. In all, Bachmeier is 9-1 as a starter, and the Broncos are 6-2 without him. - Idaho Statesman


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  Hank Bachmeier threw for 268 yards and three touchdowns, George Holani rushed for 100 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Boise State defeated Utah State 42-13 Saturday night in the season opener for both teams. Boise State won its home opener for the 11th straight time and hasn’t dropped a conference opener since 1999. Utah State continued its abysmal record against the Broncos, losing for the 17th time in the last 18 matchups. Despite the game taking place in an empty stadium with less atmosphere than a spring game, Boise State brought plenty of intensity on defense and sprinkled in its trademark pizzazz on offense. The Broncos held Utah State to 45 total yards in the first half, keeping Utah State quarterback Jason Shelley under constant duress. Meanwhile, Bachmeier shined in his return after an injury-mired 2019 season. He utilized his full complement of receivers, completing passes to eight different players. Khalil Shakir led the corps with seven receptions and a pair of touchdowns, including a 52-yard scoring strike. - Boise State/AP College Football

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  New offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau said improving Bachmeier's footwork will help him deliver passes on time, which will lead to fewer collisions. "He was a little all over the map last year," Kiesau told reporters. "How you play the game at quarterback is getting in a rhythm so you don't have to think about some of those fundamentals and just go play the game with your eyes downfield." Bachmeier spent plenty of time this offseason working on his own to make sure each step in his drop matches the timing of the routes his receivers are running. "All your footwork times up with a specific route concept," Bachmeier said. "Am I too slow? Am I too fast? Am I double hitching? We've been working on all those things to get the timing down."

Avoiding a sophomore slump has been on the forefront of Bachmeier's mind, but spring ball was canceled and offseason workouts were limited because of COVID-19, which left him with a little more free time than usual. He spent part of it earning the nickname "Hillbilly Hank." The Murrieta, California, native hadn't explored much of Idaho outside of Boise and he had never ridden a horse before making a trip to teammate Tyler Eiguren's family ranch in Fruitland. He had to borrow boots and a hat and didn't even own a pair of jeans before his first ride. - Idaho Statesman


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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Hank Bachmeier, Boise State,...Bachmeier garnered attention right from the start in 2019, becoming the first Bronco true freshman to start a season opener at quarterback in Boise State's FBS Era (1996-present) when he took the reins last Aug. 31 at Florida State. In front of a hostile crowd in Tallahassee, and before a national television audience, Bachmeier put together a stunning debut in which he went 30-for-51 for 407 yards and a touchdown in Boise State's 36-31 victory over the Seminoles. - Boise State Football

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  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Hank Bachmeier, Boise State,...Bachmeier garnered attention right from the start in 2019, becoming the first Bronco true freshman to start a season opener at quarterback in Boise State's FBS Era (1996-present) when he took the reins last Aug. 31 at Florida State. In front of a hostile crowd in Tallahassee, and before a national television audience, Bachmeier put together a stunning debut in which he went 30-for-51 for 407 yards and a touchdown in Boise State's 36-31 victory over the Seminoles. The Murrieta, Calif., native would start all eight games in which he appeared, despite missing six due to injury. Bachmeier finished the season 7-1 as a starter, throwing for 1,879 yards and nine touchdowns while rushing for another score, and had multiple scoring tosses in three of his eight games. - Boise State Football

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  Quarterback Hank Bachmeier and running back George Holani were prized recruits in the Boise State football team's 2019 class, and neither has disappointed on the field. Injuries knocked Bachmeier out of the lineup a couple times last season, but he went 7-1 as the starter and completed 62.5 percent of his passes. Holani totaled 10 touchdowns (seven rushing) and racked up 1,014 yards on the ground, marking the 11th consecutive season the Broncos have produced a 1,000-yard rusher.

Expectations are high for both heading into their sophomore seasons, and this week, both landed on preseason watch lists. On Tuesday, Bachmeier was named to the Davey O'Brien Award watch list - given annually to the top quarterback in the country. He's one of two Mountain West quarterbacks on the list, joining Air Force's Donald Hammond III. - Idaho Statesman


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  Sophomore quarterback Hank Bachmeier was named to the Davey O'Brien Award Preseason Watch List, the Davey O'Brien Award Foundation announced Tuesday. The award honors the top collegiate quarterback in the country, and Tuesday's watch list comprises 30 individuals from all over the nation. Bachmeier is one of two candidates out of the Mountain West, along with Air Force's Donald Hammond III. Bachmeier garnered attention right from the start in 2019, becoming the first Bronco true freshman to start a season opener at quarterback in Boise State's FBS Era (1996-present) when he took the reins last Aug. 31 at Florida State.

In front of a hostile crowd in Tallahassee, and before a national television audience, Bachmeier put together a stunning debut in which he went 30-for-51 for 407 yards and a touchdown in Boise State's 36-31 victory over the Seminoles. The Murrieta, Calif., native would start all eight games in which he appeared, despite missing six due to injury. Bachmeier finished the season 7-1 as a starter, throwing for 1,879 yards and nine touchdowns while rushing for another score, and had multiple scoring tosses in three of his eight games. - Idaho Statesman


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  Despite the cancellation of spring sports in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson said Monday that programs in the conference will be fine for the rest of the fiscal year, which ends June 30. But if there's no football, he said the story changes dramatically. "If there's no college football this fall, there's very little likelihood there will be any other sports because 85% of revenue derived in college athletics comes from the sport of football," Thompson said in a video interview released by the Mountain West.

In 2018-19, Boise State football generated almost half of the $50,599,483 collected by the entire athletic department. Thompson hinted that Mountain West media days may be held in a virtual format in July, but he said the date could get pushed back depending on when, or if, football season begins. He also said scheduling is going to be a challenge, as Group of Five conferences compete with the obligations CBS and Fox already have to the NFL and Power Five college football games. "There's a lot of games that might be in a very condensed fall, if we're playing football in the fall," he said. The latest College Football Playoff budget was approved this week, according to Thompson, and it took a 16-20% cut. - Idaho Statesman


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  Chase Cord threw for 175 yards and three touchdowns in relief of injured starter Hank Bachmeier and No. 14 Boise State beat Hawaii 59-37 on Saturday night. The Broncos (6-0, 3-0 Mountain West) remained perfect at home against the Rainbow Warriors in seven meetings, despite losing Bachmeier early in the second quarter when he was scrambling for a first down and spun to elude oncoming linebacker Kana'i Picanco. Bachmeier absorbed a hit in his lower back and promptly fumbled. He walked gingerly off the field with the aid of staff trainers before going to the locker room. In the second half, he returned to the sidelines in street clothes.

The nature and extent of Bachmeier's injury was not disclosed by the school. Hawaii (4-2, 1-1), which entered the game with the Mountain West's top passing offense and fourth nationally, fell behind early and never seemed to have an answer defensively for any of the three quarterbacks Boise State played. With Bachmeier out, Cord ensured that the Broncos' passing offense that ranks second in the conference didn't miss a beat, throwing TD strikes of 33, 42, and 8 yards. Jaylon Henderson also played significant time at quarterback as the Broncos' trio of signal callers combined for 315 yards passing. - Boise State/AP College Football


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  Boise State was looking for a fast start against UNLV, especially coming off a bye week. And, while second-half defense had been the key to the No. 16 Broncos' previous four wins, their first-half defensive work was near perfect Saturday. Hank Bachmeier threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns and Boise State rode a strong defensive effort to a 38-13 win over UNLV. "The whole mindset coming off the bye was how are we going to start fast," said Boise State coach Bryan Harsin, whose team led 17-0 at halftime. "What's our mindset Friday, Saturday night, our guys came ready to play. It was a really solid defensive performance."

Khalil Shaker caught seven passes for 111 yards and a TD, John Hightower had four catches for 105 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown reception that make it 14-0 with 13:38 left until halftime. "They just called the play and I went on the go route," Hightower said. "As I play my part, as they come up, as they call my play. I just do what I can." Shaker's touchdown came on a pass from backup Chase Cord, a 24-yard hookup with 5:31 left in the game. Boise State (5-0, 2-0 Mountain West) is having a good week in its quest for a Group of Five bowl berth. On Friday night, the Broncos' closest competitor for that spot, No. 18 UCF (4-2), lost at Cincinnati 27-24. Bachmeier opened the scoring with 11:33 left in the first quarter, finding Garrett Collingham on the right side for a 2-yard scamper through a tackler. - Boise State/AP College Football


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  Hank Bachmeier threw for 263 yards and two touchdowns, Robert Mahone rushed for a pair of scores in the fourth quarter, and No. 20 Boise State pulled away in the second half for a 30-19 win over Air Force on Friday night. Bachmeier's arm made up for a Broncos' running game that was ineffective until the fourth quarter. He hit CT Thomas on a 36-yard touchdown pass in the first half while getting crunched by a defender, and added a 28-yard TD toss to tight end John Bates late in the third quarter to give the Broncos a 17-13 lead. Mahone added a pair of 10-yard TD runs in the fourth as the Broncos (4-0, 1-0 Mountain West) won their 20th straight conference opener.

Bachmeier completed 19 of 26 passes in another impressive performance by the freshman in just his fourth start. Air Force quarterback Donald Hammond III had an 8-yard touchdown run in the first half and threw a 31-yard TD to Geraud Sanders late in the fourth quarter. Taven Birdow led Air Force (2-1, 0-1) with 67 yards rushing, but the second-best rushing attack in the country was held to 242 yards, more than 100 yards under its season average. Bachmeier also got help from his receivers, who made terrific catches. Thomas, who had a career-high 119 yards receiving, made a diving 29-yard catch to set up Eric Sachse's 40-yard field goal in the first half. John Hightower made a juggling reception surrounded by two defenders on a key third-down in the fourth quarter, and Mahone scored on a 10-yard TD run on the next play to give the Broncos a 23-13 lead. - Boise State/AP College Football


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  Boise State moved up to No. 22 in both the Associated Press Top 25 and Amway Coaches Poll. The Broncos are 2-0 on the season with a road win at Florida State (36-31) on Aug. 31 and a home-opening victory over C-USA favorite Marshall (14-7) last Friday. Boise State has been nationally ranked in 18-consecutive seasons, the eight-longest active streak in the nation. Boise State has been ranked for at least one week in either the AP or Coaches Poll every season since 2002. Wyoming and Hawai'i, which are both also 2-0, are also receiving votes in the Amway Coaches Poll. - Mountain West Football

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  Hank Bachmeier threw for 282 yards and a touchdown and No. 24 Boise State held its second straight opponent scoreless in the second half to grind out a 14-7 victory over Marshall on Friday night. Boise State won despite the lack of explosive offense shown in its opener last week in a 36-31 victory at Florida State. The Broncos snapped Marshall's streak of 19 victories when the Thundering Herd score first.

The Broncos' running game came to life in the second half after starting running back Robert Mahone left in the first half with an apparent right shoulder injury. George Holani finished with 103 yards on 22 carries, the first running back to eclipse the 100-yard mark against Marshall since Southern Miss's Ito Smith had 150 on Nov. 25, 2017. In his second start as a true freshman, Bachmeier was 22 of 34 with an interception and a rushing touchdown. Brenden Knox rushed for 71 yards on 10 carries to lead the Thundering Herd (1-1). They finished with 172 total yards. - AP College Football


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  Hank Bachmeier tossed a third-quarter TD pass and Robert Mahone had a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth and Boise State rallied from an 18-point deficit to knock off Florida State 36-31 on Saturday in a game moved from Jacksonville to Tallahassee with an earlier start time due to Hurricane Dorian. Florida State lost its season opener for the third straight time. Bachmeier, a true freshman, was pounded early by Florida State's defensive front but threw for 407 yards as Boise State defeated a Power 5 team for the sixth time since the 2014 season. It was the most passing yards by a Boise State first-time starting quarterback.

James Blackman had three touchdown passes in the first half as Florida State took a 24-6 lead with 10:53 left. Blackman finished completing 23 of 33 passes for 327 yards but the Seminoles were held scoreless after halftime. His third touchdown pass, a 58-yard toss to Keyshawn Helton, put the Seminoles up 31-13 with 4:07 left in the second quarter. Bachmeier connected with Khalil Shakir on an 11-yard touchdown, Eric Sachse had a pair of field goals and Mahone then put the Broncos ahead with his plunge with 12:44 to go. - AP College Football


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