Broncos open fall camp

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Boise State begins first of 17 straight days of practices.

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - For the first time since Spring, Boise State players and staff were all back on the field, as fall camp opened on Friday morning.

There were no injuries reported on the first day. The Broncos will practice everyday through August 17.

In his press conference on Thursday, head coach Bryan Harsin said he was excited for his first fall camp as head coach at BSU and his first priority is working on team chemistry.

"Running around with those guys and seeing them move around, you know all the hard work they've put in this Summer together as individuals to improve themselves," said linebackers coach Andy Avalos. "It's always fun to get out there that first day."

The first time the public will be able to Boise State will be on August 15 for a scrimmage. That will run from 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m.