Bronco Fall Camp Insider: Day 14
After an off-day yesterday, the Boise State football team was in Bronco Stadium this morning, the final practice before tomorrow’s open scrimmage.

The scrimmage is scheduled for 7 p.m., Saturday at Bronco Stadium, and will be open to the general public. Admission is free.


Following today’s practice, Coach Pete named redshirt sophomore defensive end Demarcus Lawrence the Camper of the Day.

Lawrence is the final Camper of the Day for this year’s camp. A complete list of recipients can be found below.

“Demarcus is doing a great job, and has certainly take steps since the spring,” Petersen said. “His effort and focus are really good right now.”

Lawrence transferred to Boise State from Butler Community College this past spring, and participated in spring practice with the Broncos. In 2011, as a redshirt freshman, Lawrence earned first-team JC Gridwire and second-team NJCAA All-America honors following a 27-tackle-for-loss, 10-sack campaign.

Saturday, Aug. 4 – Corey Bell
Sunday, Aug. 5 – Holden Huff
Monday, Aug. 6 – Darren Koontz
Tuesday, Aug. 7 – Faraji Wright
Wednesday, Aug. 8 – Tommy Smith
Thursday, Aug. 9 – D.J. Harper
Friday, Aug. 10 – None
Saturday, Aug. 11 – Deon’tae Florence
Sunday, Aug. 12 – None
Monday, Aug. 13 – J.C. Percy
Tuesday, Aug. 14 – Chris Potter
Wednesday, Aug. 15 – Kirby Moore
Thursday, Aug. 16 – None
Friday, Aug. 17 – Demarcus Lawrence


Fourth Quarter Friday is back for its second week:

Lee Hightower on what it takes to be in position for an interception:
"You always want to be in position to pick (the ball) off...It's just getting your feet quicker, getting out of your breaks. Then once you're there you should always be able to go pick it."
Jerrell Gavins on returning from injury:
"I'm grateful to be back. I have to get back into the groove of things, just making plays and getting confidence back in my leg and all that. But I've been enjoying it and having fun."

Coach Pete addresses the team following Friday’s practice.


The Associated Press Poll is coming out tomorrow at 8 a.m. Boise State has an all-time record of 78-8 (.907) when ranked in the top 25 of either the AP or the USA Today Coaches’ Poll.


Season tickets are still available at all price levels, starting at $220 in the North End Zone up to $380 plus applicable BAA membership for priority seating areas. CLICK HERE or call 208-426-4737 for more information.

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