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BLUE TURF BLOG-Afternoon Gameday Update

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With less than three hours to go until kickoff, tailgating is in full swing around Bronco Stadium.  While obviously there is plenty of Blue and Orange out there, so far there is a decent showing of Oregon fans. Here are some tailgating photos (check back later for more):


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There will be two fly-overs before kickoff happens tonight. The first fly-overs will consist of two F-15s from the 173rd Fighter Wing in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The second will be the A-10s from the 124th Fight Wing at Gowen Field in Boise, Idaho. Boise State would also like to thank all our service men and women for the time and dedication!

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Be one of the firsts to see the opening entrance video. This is the video that the will play right before the team runs out of the tunnel and onto the blue. Click here to see the video.

 

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The three 26’ x 20’ banners have been installed on the East side of Bronco Stadium. The banners will be up on the stadium year round and can be switched out depending on the season.

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Season ticket sales ended this morning at 97% of the 2008 total and over 20,000 season tickets for the second straight year. The Oregon game tonight will set a new record for largest crowd ever at Bronco Stadium. The crowd size is expected to be over the 34,000 mark.

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Kyle Wilson’s family is attempting to get Kyle some more face time across the nation. Family members have decked out an RV with pictures of Kyle and will take the RV to all road games (expect Hawai’i obviously). The goal of the RV is to help promote Kyle and his website www.kdub1.com. The RV will be parked on the patio of Taco Bell arena all day today before the game.

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Keep checking back with BroncoSports.com as new updates will be posted all day.

At Noon get a sneak peak at the entrance video that will be shown before the teamruns out of the tunnel

Click here for a sneak peak at the "mojo" video the players watch before they bust onto the field.