Boise State won’t sell tickets for the Mountain West football championship game unless it beats Utah State on Saturday night to secure a spot in the game. The Broncos would host.
Tickets would be $40 in most of the stadium and $20 in the north end zone. They will go on sale immediately after Saturday’s game if the Broncos win. Season-ticket holders would have until 9 p.m. Tuesday to purchase their current seats. Tickets for the general public also would go on sale immediately after the game.
Season-ticket holders should have received an email Tuesday afternoon with details, but they won’t be able to purchase anything unless the Broncos win.
Full-time students receive free tickets. Guest tickets would be $9. Those would be available next Monday and Tuesday.
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Parking would be $10 for the general admission Norco, Manitou and Lincoln Garage lots, $20 for reserved spaces and $40 for RV parking.
The MW championship game is at 8 p.m. Dec. 6 and airs on CBS.
Last year’s championship game netted $1,060,000 for the Mountain West. The home team gets 10 percent, the visiting team gets 5 percent and the rest is split among the 12 conference members.
Last year, Fresno State received about $181,000 as the home team. Utah State received about $128,000. The other 10 members received about $75,000.
Boise State had distributed 31,000 tickets for Saturday’s game against Utah State (8:21 p.m., ESPN2).
Boise State junior tailback Jay Ajayi did not make the three-man finalist cut for the Doak Walker Award (top running back), which was announced Tuesday. Here’s how Ajayi stacks up against the finalists:
— Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin: 254 carries, 2,109 yards, 8.3 yards per carry, 25 TDs; 2,256 total yards, 27 TDs
— Tevin Coleman, Indiana: 241 carries, 1,906 yards, 7.9 yards per carry, 15 TDs; 2,041 total yards, 15 TDs
— Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska: 224 carries, 1,417 yards, 6.3 yards per carry, 18 TDs; 1,612 total yards, 20 TDs
— Jay Ajayi, Boise State: 276 carries, 1,390 yards, 5.0 yards per carry, 19 TDs; 1,925 total yards, 23 TDs
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