BOISE-- The Boise State football team is in the Fall swing of things, having completed the fourth practice of the season on Sunday. The focus of practice so far has been getting everybody on the same page, which means a split practice for now. Rookies practicing with rookies, veterans with veterans. BSU Senior Tight End Kyle Efaw said. "We have a good group. We're going to be five or six deep this year. I think people will be surprised who steps up."
One BSU position that has some some veteran leadership is at tight end, with the return of Kyle Efaw, Chandler Koch, and Gabe Linehan. Quarterback Kellen Moore will have a few big targets to find this season. Which could be important for the Broncos with the loss of wide receivers Titus Young and Austin Pettis to graduation.
"At the tight end position, we'll need to step our game up to help fill that role,"
The tight end position has been a valuable one for the Broncos. Last season Efaw accounted for 5 touchdowns, while Linehan also had a touchdown catch.