Rees Odhiambo was taken by surprise when he was drafted late in the third round of last year’s NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, cooking dinner at fellow former Boise State offensive lineman Marcus Henry’s house. His rookie year was just as interesting, playing just once in the first nine weeks, then being pressed into backup duty each of the final seven of the regular season. Click here for a very in-depth look at his first serious action last season against the Eagles.
In case you had not heard, there is going to be a total solar eclipse Monday. Coinciding with that, the Boise State athletic department announced Thursday a special deal for single-game football tickets, which go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday. A limited number of tickets in select locations of the stadium will be $30 through Monday until midnight. The tickets will be available for all six home games and can be purchased at BroncoSports.com/tickets using the promo code ECLIPSE.
If the Boise State football team wants to correct its surprising lack of turnovers last season, the defensive backs know they will need to take a leap forward. And if you ask those around the Broncos this fall camp, they have the personnel to do it, after the cornerbacks and safeties combined for six interceptions and no fumble recoveries in 2016. “I’m excited, because I think we have some talent that’s young, but there’s a lot of playmakers,” cornerbacks coach Ashley Ambrose said.
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