Chadd's Blog — Aug. 15, 2006

The Idaho StatesmanAugust 15, 2006 

— Boise State has sold out its allotment of 3,200 tickets for the Sept. 30 game at Utah. Tickets remain available through Utah at (801) 581-8849. Tickets cost $25.


Kekula’ekahi Victorino became a Boise State football fan because his Boise relatives kept sending him Bronco gear as gifts.

So when Victorino, of Lake Tapps, Wash., started looking at colleges, Boise State was No. 1.

The Broncos cemented that standing when they offered to let Victorino walk on as a dedicated long snapper. Victorino joined the team this month and spends the entire practice working on his long snapping, or serving as the quarterbacks’ snapper during drills like 7-on-7 and 1-on-1.

“I always told (my friends) I wanted to go to college and snap,” Victorino said.

Read more about Victorino in Wednesday’s edition of the Idaho Statesman.


In Bronco Voices, listen to senior linebacker Colt Brooks talk about the progress the defense has made during fall camp.


The Broncos held a walk-through practice this morning. They are scheduled to practice at 4 p.m. today.


Today’s links:

At Hawaii, it’s tough to tell the running backs from the offensive linemen:

Louisiana Tech gets new turf, benches starting lineman:

NMSU loses receiver, gains receiver:

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