Boise State Football Opens 2009 Fall Camp

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     BOISE, IDAHO – The Boise State Football team kicked off their season today with the beginning of fall practices. There were two practices, one for the veterans and one for the newcomers. Both of the practices were held on the two natural grass fields at East Junior High.
     “I think we were a little more cohesive as our veteran group out there today and I think it went a little more smoother than a first day of practice should really go” said junior receiver Austin Pettis.
     Sunday will be the first time that the entire team will practice together. That practice will also be the first time the team practices on the home blue turf. The team will mainly conduct their practices at East Junior High, with a handful of practices on the blue and the Caven-Williams Indoor Facility.
     “I think we have a decent feel for these guys from spring ball but it takes a couple of weeks to kinda start gelling again. You’re going to have a good practice by the offense, a good practice by the defense and they’re both going to look bad. Guys are going to be tired, sore, and all those things and so part of the process of working through it” said head coach Chris Petersen.
     The Broncos open the season on September 3rd when the University of Oregon travels to Bronco Stadium. Kick-off is set for 8:15 MST.