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2011 Bronco Football Season Ticket Renewals in the Mail

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                BOISE, Idaho - Season ticket renewals forms for the 2011 Boise State University football season are in the mail. 

Current season ticket holders should be receiving their renewal forms in the next few days and have until May 20, 2011 (Friday) returning them to the athletic department ticket office.  Non-season tickets holders must get on the waiting list at Idahotickets.com.

                There are eight different prices for this year's individual season tickets ranging from $146.00 for a junior general admission ticket in the north end zone, to $364 for an adult season ticket in the main core of Bronco Stadium. 

                Tickets in the main core of the stadium must also include the applicable Bronco Athletic Association membership.  Depending on what section in the stadium, BAA memberships are $950 for Wrangler Club; $650 for Roughrider; $475 for Buckaroo; and $150 for Bronco. 

                Other individual season ticket prices include $311 in sections 103-104 and 127-128; $295 for sections 101-102 and 129-130; $262 for adult reserved in the south end zone; $188 for junior reserve in the south end zone; $212 for adult general admission in the north end zone; and $146 for junior general admission in the north end zone.  All of these tickets do not need a BAA membership.

                Boise State will once again have its popular Family Plan which includes two adult and two junior tickets for the price of $740 in sections 101-104 and 127-130.

                The average price increase is five percent and it's the first price increase in two years.

                "As we move into the Mountain West Conference, our program continues to grow at a national level under the direction of head coach Chris Petersen," Boise State Director of Athletics Gene Bleymaier stated.  "Along with the continued increase in our daily costs to operate a top 10 college football program, we also have facility needs we need to address and feel this is a modest increase for our fans."

                Six games highlight the 2011 home schedule for Boise State.  The Broncos first home game will be Sept. 24 (Saturday) against the University of Tulsa, followed by another non-conference game against the University of Nevada on Oct. 1 (Saturday). 

                Boise State's first home league game in the Mountain West Conference will be Oct. 22 (Saturday) against the Air Force Academy.  The Broncos will host defending MWC champion TCU on Nov. 12 (Saturday), before completing their home season with back-to-back games against the University of Wyoming on Nov. 26 (Saturday) and the University of New Mexico on Dec. 3 (Saturday).

                The Broncos open the 2011 season on Sept. 3 (Saturday) against the University of Georgia in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.  The game will be broadcast live by ESPN at 8:00 p.m. (ET).