Now the Las Vegas Bowl must hope its football game is as good as the recent basketball game between Boise State and Oregon. The Broncos beat Oregon on Friday on a half-court shot at the buzzer to end the Ducks’ 46-game home winning streak. Maybe only a Hail Mary pass into the end zone will top that drama when the schools meet at 12:30 p.m. Dec. 16 at Sam Boyd Stadium. ABC will televise the game. “I think the matchup for both teams is good,” Broncos coach Bryan Harsin said. “We know about each other, and there is a history there. I think it is something that both sides are going to be looking forward to. We certainly are. This is a football team that our guys have followed and seen over the years and now they get a chance to play them. I know we have played them in the past, and the guys know the history between Boise State and Oregon, so we will be looking forward to it.” The teams met in 2008 and 2009, with Boise State winning both games. In the second meeting, Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount punched Broncos defensive end Byron Hout in the jaw after the game. There is a strong local feel to this matchup. Boise State offensive lineman John Molchon went to Faith Lutheran High School and defensive end Derriyon Shaw to Legacy. Oregon has three locals — offensive linemen Tyrell Crosby (Green Valley) and Sam Poutasi (Desert Pines) and defensive lineman Elijah George (Arbor View). “I’m sure our fans will enjoy the trip to Las Vegas to watch the Ducks, and we will continue to work to have our team prepared and focused for a nationally ranked opponent,” Oregon coach Willie Taggart said. “Our players, especially Tyrell Crosby and our Nevada natives, are looking forward to this opportunity, and we hope to see a lot of green in the stands on Dec. 16 in Las Vegas.” Whether Taggart is also there remains to be seen. Taggart, a Florida native, is considered a top candidate for the coaching job at Florida State, which is in the market after Jimbo Fisher dumped his Christmas tree on the front lawn and bolted for Texas A&M last week. Taggart has deflected questions ab0ut the Seminoles’ opening, telling reporters that “there is no decision to be made.” Whether he stays or