Miami (OH) Vs. Boise State Score Update: Broncos Hold 8-0 Lead After 1st Quarter

The Boise State Broncos lead the Miami University RedHawks, 8-0, after one quarter at Bronco Stadium in Boise, Idaho. The Broncos scored on their second drive of the quarter, after the first drive resulted in a turnover.

Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick guided the Broncos to two long drives in the quarter, as he completed six of eight passes for 88 yards and a touchdown. In their first possession, they marched 70 yards down the field and ended up inside the Miami 10-yard line, but Southwick was intercepted in the end zone on third down.

The Broncos would get the ball back shortly thereafter following a Miami three-and-out. In that possession, it only took them three plays to drive 55 yards and score on a 21-yard pass from Southwick to running back D.J. Harper.

Harper ran four times for 31 yards in the quarter, in addition to the touchdown reception.

Check out Boise State blog One Bronco Nation Under God or more on the Broncos. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Football for more news and notes around the college world.

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