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Posted: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 1:22 am

Boise State is giving fans the opportunity to design their own stadium section color scheme for the Oct. 13 Fresno State game.

Fans can submit their ideas for a color scheme through Facebook, Twitter, or by emailing them to Submissions must be received by noon, July 20.

The color scheme ideas will be voted on by Boise State officials and announced sometime next week. The winner will receive two tickets from Boise State to the Fresno State game.

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