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Rypien was also named to the Walter Camp Award watch list, and Silvers to the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watch list.For more information, see the 2017 color scheme schedule.BRONCO ROUNDUP GAME DAYKTVB's Bronco Roundup Game Day show will be live from Albertsons Stadium before the game from noon to p.m. BRONCO BASH AT THE ALUMNI AND FRIENDS CENTERKTVB and the Boise State Alumni Association are partnering again at the Bronco Bash, with a new feature this year: the Ultimate Fan Makeover.One fan at the Bash will be selected to receive apparel from the Boise State Bronco Shop, makeup and hair from Crazy Neighbor and a chance to grab cash in the Mountain America Credit Union cash machine.
TICKET GIVEAWAYYou can win a pair of Boise State football season tickets for the 2017 season from KTVB and the Boise State University Alumni Association. We’ll draw one winner every day from August 27 to September 1.MORE: Boise State: ' No stone left unturned' to improve fan experience at home football games Also new this season, KTVB's Maggie O' Mara will serve as the on-field voice of the Broncos, providing a new in-stadium experience for fans at the games.DECHEVRIEUX FIELD OPEN FOR TAILGATINGA new pre-game feature this year, Boise State will open De Chevrieux Field, the Broncos’ grass practice facility, as a tailgating option for home football games.Now in his third year, Brown is looking to keep the program on an upward trajectory.
And that starts with a road game against a team that is 28-3 (5th-best in the nation, according to Phil Steele) at home in the last five years."I think it's positive that we're starting with [Boise State] coming off last season," Brown told after the Sun Belt media day."I think they're the pre-eminent program in the Group of 5," Brown said. It's a tremendous opportunity, also a challenge to open the season against Boise.
NEW THIS SEASONBoise State says they have worked hard over the off-season to improve the fan experience at football home games, and "left no stone unturned" in that effort."Our fans are the lifeblood of our program," the athletic department said in news release.