Buckle up, Boise State football fans-- it's about to be a wild and crazy season and YOU might just be in the stands for this one.

I think that it is fair to say that everyone is a little excited to see what some new blood will do, leading the Boise State football program. After several years under head coach Bryan Harsin and a real struggle being the DOMINANT non-power 5 team in the nation--despite healthy winning records-- Andy Avalos is in town. The new head coach of Boise State football along with a whole crew of new assistants is sure to inject a new kind of energy into the Broncos. But, will it be enough?

A great first look at this team that will be playing on the blue in the fall is going to be happening on April 10th-- that's the spring game. Just announced today: fans CAN be in attendance.

Football fans rejoice, it's time to get back into Albertsons Stadium and soak up all that comes with the excitement of Boise State football.  New Director of Athletics Jeramiah Dickey has shared that 6,300 fans will be allowed in to watch the Spring Game on the blue turf.

If you aren't a season ticket holder, access may be a little tougher to get, but here's how Boise State University is breaking it down:

  • 700 tickets will be available for the general public
  • 500 student tickets will be given out via a lottery system
  • 4,300 tickets will be available for season ticket holders, and guests of coaches/athletes
  • 800 tickets will be available for the Stueckle Sky Center

If you're one of those members of the public hoping to get in, know that each ticket will be $5 and they go on sale this coming Monday, March 27th, at 9:00 a.m. HERE.

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