By Jay Tust & Zack Armstrong, KTVB7: Boise State senior wide receiver Billy Bowens recently decided to return to the City of Trees for a sixth season, along with seven other Bronco super seniors.
Last fall, Bowens ranked second on the team in catches and receiving yards, with 32 and 462, respectively. The 6-1, 198-pound wideout also grabbed four touchdowns last fall, while averaging 14.4 yards per catch.
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Bowens recently had surgery after suffering a hand injury in week one against Oregon State. In a cast Wednesday he said, "when it's time to ball, it's time to ball."
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