Bronco Fall Camp Insider: Day Two
Boise State wrapped up its second day of Fall Camp, Sunday. For the second-straight day the practices were split, with veterans practicing in the morning and select veterans and newcomers going in the afternoon.

Bronco Stadium saw its first action of the 2012 season, housing the morning practice with the veterans. The newcomers and select veterans were indoors at the Caven-Williams Sports Complex.

The squads will again be split tomorrow, but the student-athletes will be in shells after wearing helmets, shorts and t-shirts the first two days of camp. When the two sessions merge into one Wednesday, the group will be in full pads for the first time this season.


Following the second day of Bronco Fall Camp, Coach Pete selected redshirt freshman tight end Holden Huff as his Camper of the Day.

“Holden is making plays for us out there, and we like playmakers,” Petersen said.

Huff initially signed with Boise State out of Rocklin High School in Rocklin, Calif., in 2010. He joined the Broncos for 2011, and redshirted last season.


Chandler Koch on early success for the offense:
“Usually the defense has a quicker start than the offense, just because offense has timing to adjust to and so many guys to mix in. It’s really nice when the offense is clicking on all cylinders.”

Jake Broyles on the beginning of fall camp:

“The first couple days have been great. You’re always excited to get back out there and then you realize how sore you are. But you just have to push through it and not think about it.”

Photo of the Day:

Sophomore safety Lee Hightower and redshirt junior cornerback Ebenezer Makinde participate in drills as first-year defensive secondary coach Jimmy Lake looks on.


Boise State head coach Chris Petersen is one of only six coaches nationally to have won multiple BCS games at his current school. Joining Petersen on the short list are Bob Stoops of Oklahoma, Les Miles of LSU, Mack Brown of Texas, Nick Saban of Alabama and Mark Richt of Georgia.

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