If you've been to Albertsons Stadium for a Boise State Broncos game, you know the energy and experience are amazing.  This year though, ticket sales have been slow.

That trend started with the first game against Troy and is holding for tomorrow night's game against New Mexico.  In fact, tickets this season are selling at the slowest pace in the last 10 years.

It's looking like it's going to be a very empty Albertsons Stadium since the 36,400 capacity facility will only have about 26,000 attendees.

BSU officials say they need to see larger crowds to provide that BSU Bronco experience and assist the team with the benefits of homefield advantage.

Tickets can be purchased for $79 in the main ares of the stadium, $59 in the south end zone, and $39 in the north end zone.  Though late game starts has been a concern in past seasons, tomorrow's game starts at 6 p.m.

KIVI 6 On Your Side has more about the slow sales.