Falcons' Koetter interviews with Boise State

The Associated Press
Koetter saying little about Boise State interview
FILE - In this Jan. 15, 2013 file photo, Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter speaks during an NFL football media availability at their training facility in Flowery Branch, Ga. Koetter has an elite quarterback in Matt Ryan and some of the NFL's top playmakers in Tony Gonzalez, Julio Jones, Roddy White and Steven Jackson. The question, however, is whether Koetter can mend a leaky offensive line. (AP Photo/John Amis, File)

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) -- Falcons coach Mike Smith says offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has interviewed for the Boise State head coach position.

Koetter, a native of Pocatello, Idaho, was Boise State's coach from 1998-2000. He posted a 26-10 record with the Broncos with back-to-back Humanitarian Bowl wins before six seasons as Arizona State's coach.

Koetter is in his second season with the Falcons, who have fallen to 3-10 following a 13-3 record in 2012.

The Idaho Statesman first reported Koetter would interview with Boise State, which is looking for a new coach after Chris Petersen was hired by Washington.

Smith offered no details Monday on Koetter's interview, saying, ''I am aware they have had conversations.''