Colorado State vs. Boise State halftime score: Broncos leveling Rams, 35-0 at half

Doug Pensinger

Broncos running back D.J. Harper has two touchdown runs and quarterback Joe Southwick threw two touchdown passes as Boise State is up 35-0 over visiting Colorado State.

Colorado State ran five plays before punting to Boise State Saturday at Bronco Stadium in Boise, Idaho.

It's been all BSU since then.

Broncos senior running back D.J. Harper took BSU's first offensive play 80 yards for a touchdown. After four more scores, the Broncos lead Colorado State 35-0 at halftime.

BSU held a 347-52 yards-gained advantage after two quarters of play.

Harper scored from 2 yards out one series later. Chris Potter added a 12-yard touchdown run, and Joe Southwick touchdown passes to Matt Miller and Holden Huff ended the scoring in the first half.

The Rams threatened late in the second quarter after a pair of 15-yard penalties on the Broncos brought them to midfield, but Demarcus Lawrence picked off an M.J. McPeek pass with 3:57 left in the half.

Boise State (8-2, 5-1 Mountain West) has scored 84 points in its last six quarters since losing 21-19 to San Diego State Nov. 3.

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