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Boise State football notebook: Season tickets on sale Monday; Titus Young arrested again

Season tickets on sale Monday

Season tickets will be available for non-season-ticket holders. Renewals have been emailed to current season-ticket holders, along with information on relocation and purchasing additional seats at Albertsons Stadium.

Prices in the main stadium are mostly equal to last year’s rates. North end zone seats are increased by $10 to $165, and south end zone seats by $7 to $290. The stadium’s family plan, which includes tickets for two adults and two juniors, will rise $4 to $790.

The Broncos will host six games in 2016: Washington State, BYU, Colorado State, San Jose State, UNLV and Utah State. Dates are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

Payment plan options are available. More information at 426-4737.

Young arrested again for assault

Former Boise State wide receiver Titus Young was arrested in Los Angeles for assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly beating up a man in a street fight, TMZ Sports reported Friday.

He was charged with felony battery with serious bodily injury in the Jan. 30 incident, TMZ Sports said, and could face up to four years in prison if convicted — with an additional five years because of his prior arrests and probation.

Young was drafted 44th overall by the Detroit Lions in 2011. The Lions cut Young in February 2013.

Broncos officially hire Franklin

Four-year letterwinner and three-time all-league cornerback Gabe Franklin officially joined the staff as safeties coach. The Statesman reported his hiring Wednesday.

Franklin, who played at Boise State from 2001-04, returns to his alma mater from UTEP, where he spent the past five seasons as defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator.

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