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Highlights and News from Boise State’s Fan Appreciation Day

One week before Boise State’s match up with Troy, the team took to the blue for one final scrimmage. Open to the public, fans were able to observe their team run through drills, scrimmage, and even sign autographs.

Fan Appreciation Day was also the first opportunity for Bronco Nation to see the team’s new home and away attire:

Injury News

Blake Whitlock: During Fan Appreciation Day, Senior LB Blake Whitlock did not suit up. Later, it was reported that he would undergo shoulder surgery. He is expected to miss all of this season.

Alexander Mattison: Mattison was in full attire. However, he did not participate in any team drills. Harsin expects him to practice Tuesday/Wednesday.

Archie Lewis and John Molchon: The two offensive lineman, much like Mattison, suited up but did not participate in full team drills. They are expected to be ready next week.

Kayode Rufai: The RS-FR DE walked around in a boot. Expect him to be ready next week also.

Breydon Boyd: The FR LB wore a club on his left hand, nothing serious.


QB’s throwing end zone passes to receivers

Posted by Bronco Nation News on Saturday, August 26, 2017

Red zone offense along with field goal attempts, RS-SR QB Montell Cozart throws a touchdown to FR WR Octavius Evans

Red zone offense drill

Posted by Bronco Nation News on Saturday, August 26, 2017


3rd down conversion/punt competition

3rd down conversion drill

Posted by Bronco Nation News on Saturday, August 26, 2017


About Darrek Harris

Darrek Harris
Darrek was born and raised in Boise, ID. Currently, he has an associates degree in English from the College of Western Idaho. He plans to pursue a bachelors degree in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing. He enjoys sports in many fashions: playing, cheering, and coaching. Bleed Blue, Go Broncos, Amen!

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