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August 31, 2013 at 5:59 PM

Video: UW-Boise State pregame warmups

UPDATE: Sophomore Josh Perkins has been introduced as the starting tight end over the Husky Stadium loudspeakers, and Kasen Williams was NOT introduced as a starting receiver.

Freshman John Ross was introduced as a starting receiver, and Travis Feeney was introduced as a starting outside linebacker.

Here, again, is the link to the live chat that I’ll keep open throughout the game.

For the record, suspended TEĀ Austin Seferian-Jenkins was on the field moments ago, head sets on, catching passes during informal warmups. You can see him standing to the right in a portion of the video below.

QB Keith Price took a couple turns as a receiver, catching a pass in the end zone from WR DiAndre Campbell. Price then played a defensive back against WR Kasen Williams and swatted an attempted pass away. They looked happy.

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