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Notebook: Single-game tickets for Boise State-Washington football game sold out

Boise State made approximately 4,500 single-game tickets available to prioritized season ticket holders Monday morning. By Wednesday afternoon, they were gone, the school announced. Boise State did say that 2,000 season-ticket packages remain for sale, in various sections of Albertsons Stadium and starting at $155 (or $786 for a Family Plan). Seat locations for Washington single-game ticket holders will be assigned in August when individual game tickets for Boise State’s remaining five home games will be made available to the general public.

BOISE STATE FOOTBALL: Former cornerback Bryan Douglas will represent Team USA at the International Federation of American Football World Championship on July 9-18 in Canton, Ohio. The IFAF event is an international tournament held every four years, and this year’s squad is led by former Boise State coach Dan Hawkins.

IDAHO FOOTBALL: Mike Breske has been officially announced as the Vandals’ new defensive coordinator and safeties coach. He previously coached at Washington State, Montana (twice), Wyoming, North Dakota State, Northern Colorado and Wayne State. Breske is a 1981 graduate of South Dakota State.

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