Boise State to Honor 18 Seniors during Pregame Activities on Saturday

                BOISE, Idaho - Get to your seats early for Saturday's (Dec. 4) football game as Boise State University will be honoring 18 seniors playing their final game on the Blue during pregame activities. 

Kickoff for the game against Utah State University is 1:07 p.m. (MT).  Fans are encouraged to be in Bronco Stadium by 12:45 p.m. with senior introductions starting at 1:00 p.m.

Members of the class of 2010, who will be joined at mid-field by family and friends, include linebacker Derrell Acrey (East Highland, CA), running back Jeremy Avery (Bellflower, CA), kicker Kyle Brotzman (Meridian, ID), quarterback Mike Coughlin (San Diego, CA), tight end Tommy Gallarda (Brea, CA), running back Jarvis Hodge (Phoenix, AZ), safety Jeron Johnson (Compton, CA), tight end Sean King (Boise, ID), offensive lineman Will Lawrence (Upper Marlboro, MD), linebacker Daron Mackey (Bakersfield, CA), wide receiver Austin Pettis (Anaheim, CA), safety Jason Robinson (Los Angeles, CA), offensive lineman Kevin Sapien (Torrance, CA), offensive lineman Matt Slater (St. Paul, MN), cornerback Brandyn Thompson (Elk Grove, CA), nickel back Winston Venable (San Rafael, CA), defensive end Ryan Winterswyk (La Habra, CA) and wide receiver Titus Young (Los Angeles, CA).

Several members of this year's senior class arrived on campus in the fall of 2006 and spent their first year at Boise State as a red-shirt.  They have been part of a program that was posted an overall record of 59-5 the past five seasons, earned invitations to five consecutive bowl games, went 38-2 against Western Athletic Conference opponents and have never lost a game on the Blue.

Additionally, three senior - Young, Pettis and Brotzman - have broken a number of Bronco career records.  Young will finish up as the school's all-time leader in receiving yards, while Pettis owns the career mark for receptions and touchdown catches.  Brotzman tops the record book for career scoring, field goals made, PAT's made, while also going down as the WAC's all-time leading scorer.

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