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Boise State reinstates receiver

Chris Petersen, Geraldo Boldewijn AP

Now it’s two down, one to go.

Before Boise State opened the season against Georgia, it was announced that three Broncos — including two starters — were suspended indefinitely for unknown reasons.

One of the three suspended players — safety Cedric Febis — found his way back on the roster just a couple weeks after the game against Georgia. Today, BSU got a second player back in Geraldo Boldewijn, listed originally as a co-starter at one of the wide receiver spots. Coach Chris Petersen said Boldewijn has been cleared to play and will be available this Friday against Fresno State.

The eligibility of backup defensive tackle Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe  is still in question, however.

(Big thanks: Idaho Press-Tribune) 

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2 Responses to “Boise State reinstates receiver”
  1. paulbrownsrevenge says: Oct 3, 2011 11:27 PM

    good, I’ve heard this kid was supposed to be very good.

  2. bigdinla says: Oct 4, 2011 4:20 PM

    Hey Ben did your J button get stuck there? That sure seems like some random J’s thrown in there.

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