Boise State Vs. Air Force Halftime Score: Broncos Starting Pulling Away With Late TDs, 20-10

After playing the Boise St. Broncos close for the first quarter and a half, the Air Force Falcons are seemingly letting the game slip away at halftime. The Broncos lead, 20-10.

A defensive struggle saw the first quarter end with the Broncos in a 7-0 lead, but in the second quarter Doug Martin's fumble turned the momentum in favor of Air Force. Tim Jefferson led the team to a touchdown on a 90-yard drive. However, Kellen Moore immediately responded with a touchdown pass to Matt Miller on a 19-yard pass.

Air Force attempted a fake punt on the next drive, but Mikel Hunter fumbled the ball after a hit by Bryan Douglas. Hunter White picked up the ball at Air Force's 16-yard line and returned it for a touchdown and the 20-7 lead.

Parker Herrington kicked a 37-yard field goal at the end of the half to make it 20-10.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Boise State blog One Bronco Nation Under God and Mountain West blog Mountain West Connection. Here’s this week’s college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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