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Bronco Stadium, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA
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Bronco Stadium is the home field of the Boise State Broncos in Boise, Idaho, USA. Bronco Stadium is famous for its unusual blue playing surface.  It is the first non-green playing surface in football history.  The venue seats 37,000 spectators.

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