BOISE, Idaho — BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Boise State University is about a year away from having its first baseball season in years, but the Broncos still don't have a place to play.

The Idaho Statesman reports then-Boise State President Bob Kustra announced in April 2017 that the school was dropping wrestling to revive the baseball program, with the 2020 season targeted for the sport's return.

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But university spokesman Greg Hahn confirmed with the Statesman last week that the school is still in the negotiation stage with potential developers for a facility.

Hahn says the university has narrowed its focus to two developers — Hellas Construction and the Gardner Company.

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But there is not enough time now to get a stadium built for the 2020 season.

Gardner Executive Vice President David Wali says a stadium would generally take 12-16 months to complete.