Boise State: Fan Facts

August 25, 2013 

Boise State football, fall scrimmage

NEW THIS YEAR Boise State players will enter Bronco Stadium from the Bleymaier Football Complex in the north end zone during home games.

STATESMAN STAFF — Statesman Staff


The ever-evolving stadium will feature a new HD video board, sound system and football facility.

Video board: The HD board will be 37 feet, 2 inches tall and 58 feet, 9 inches wide. The old board is 24x18 — the new one is five times that big. Boise State has said the new board will be operational by the Sept. 28 home game against Southern Miss, but it hopes to have it ready sooner.

Sound system: Boise State has spent many years trying to improve stadium sound. This time, it’s a complete overhaul — a $260,000 new system that will be integrated into the video board.

Bleymaier Football Complex: The $22 million building in the north end zone gives the stadium a new look. The Broncos moved in late last month but some interior work is still being completed. The complex includes coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, the team locker room, a training room, an equipment room, an academic center and a recruiting lounge (the glassed-in room on the second floor). The Broncos will enter the stadium from that end on game days.


• Season tickets range from $230 to $390 for adults, plus Bronco Athletic Association memberships where applicable.

• Family plans (two adults, two juniors) are $786.

• Individual-game tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Aug. 29. Prices for Air Force and Nevada are $79 adults, $53 juniors in the core of the stadium; $73 adults, $50 juniors in the corners; $61 adults, $41 juniors in the south end zone and $50 adults, $34 juniors in the north end zone. Prices for the other four games are $65/$43 core, $58/$41 corners, $49/$34 south and $40/$27 north. Seniors receive $2 discounts on all tickets.

• Group tickets are available for parties of 25 or more.

• The ticket office opens at 9 a.m. on game days. Call 426-4737 for more information. Tickets also are available at


Fox Sports 1 (Washington): 219 on DirecTV, 150 on Dish Network and 26 and 493 (HD) on Cable One.

ESPN3 (Tennessee-Martin): Available on the Web through participating providers. Cable One offers the service in Boise. It’s also available for free on college campuses and military bases.

ESPN (Air Force, Fresno State, BYU): 206 on DirecTV, 140 on Dish, 24 and 491 (HD) on Cable One.

CBS Sports Network (Utah State, Nevada, Colorado State, San Diego State): 221 on DirecTV, 158 on Dish, 332 and 410 (HD) on Cable One.

NOTE: ESPN has notassigned the Southern Miss, Wyoming and New Mexico games to a network. One could be on ESPN3.


Game days: Bob Behler and Pete Cavender call the games for KBOI (670 AM) and KKGL (96.9 FM). Pre-game shows include Bronco Gameday (five hours before kickoff, KBOI, Dave Harbison and Jeff Caves), Bronco Tailgate (three hours before kickoff, KBOI/KKGL, Harbison and Paul J. Schneider) and Bronco Pregame (one hour before kickoff, KBOI/KKGL, Behler and Cavender). Bronco Gamenight follows the postgame show on KBOI/KKGL (David Allen and Scott Souhrada).

Bronco Sports Today: A2-minute show Monday-Friday on KBOI (8:10 a.m.) and KKGL (10:05 a.m.).

Chris Petersen’s shows: “Inside Bronco Football with Coach Pete’’ airs at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays on KTVB, starting Sept. 4 and running for 14 weeks. The “Bronco Game Week with Coach Pete’’ radio show airs various weekdays on 670 AM and 96.9 FM, starting at 6 p.m. and lasting for one hour. The show debuts Aug. 28. Petersen will no longer appear live during his radio show.


Prior to home games, stop by the Allen Noble Hall of Fame plaza — on the outside of the southwest corner of Bronco Stadium. You can take pictures with a replica piece of blue turf and Buster, meet the cheerleaders, get face tattoos, grab the game day poster and watch the “grill-off” featuring chefs, local personalities and former athletes. There is a live pre-game radio stage beginning five hours before kickoff.


• Season passes are available through the BAA at 426-3556 or

• Individual-game spaces are available in campus parking garages for $10 through Boise State parking services at 426-7275.

• Parking will be available again in the Washington Group Plaza (URS) parking garage off East Park Boulevard. Cost is $5. There is a shuttle to Bronco Stadium.

• Downtown Boise offers $5 parking in public garages with a game ticket. There is a shuttle to Bronco Stadium.


Tennessee-Martin, Nevada: Tri-color*

Air Force: Blue

Southern Miss: Orange

Wyoming, New Mexico: Blue and orange*

Washington, Fresno State, Utah State, BYU (away): Orange

Colorado State, San Diego State (away): Blue

* Detailed schemes available at

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