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His 84-8 record over eight years probably entitles Boise State University head football coach Chris Petersen to a throne fit for the king of Idaho football, not the diminutive stool offered Monday for him to sit in at a press conference ahead of Saturday's season opener against the University of Washington.
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Over the last few years, perhaps no program has invested more in Week One of the college football season than Boise State.
Kellen Moore brushed it off as just a doctor thing. Chris Petersen was even more evasive about the black knee brace Boise State's star quarterback sported on Saturday night.
His field command has come naturally, he said, not from an "in-your-face" confrontational style, rather one borne of respect that accompanies results.
Still, he said Price can't be written off just because of his 2012 slump.