What would college football be without the Marching Band? The aura of college football encompasses many things. The whole production of game day incorporates a variety of factors that shape and mold the atmosphere college fans have come to enjoy and expect. One of these factors is the Marching Band. These young men and women are hard working students that hardly receive the attention they deserve.
The Boise State Broncos are represented by the Keith Stein Blue Thunder Marching Band. A long history that started in the 1930's this band has transformed into a Nationally known program. Keith Stein and his wife Catherine were honored by having their name as an intro for donating a $250,000 scholarship in 1986. After almost 10 years of no Marching Band this donation gave Boise State new life to the music department’s dream of reestablishing a marching band.
National attention returned to Blue Thunder during the 2006 season by the band’s performance at the Fiesta Bowl; exposure from the game boosted recruitment, and Blue Thunder reached record numbers for the 2007 season.
This shot out to the Blue Thunder Marching Band is in respect for what they mean to the fans and players. Their hard work and preparation may go unnoticed during the week but when they take the field in their navy blue, white and orange uniforms and encompass the players during introduction you as a fan are now ready for game day.
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