Kellen Moore closed out his college career as a winner by leading the Boise St. Broncos to a 56-24 victory over the Arizona St. Sun Devils in the 2011 Las Vegas Bowl. He picked up his 50th career victory, an NCAA record that will likely be hard to be challenged. Moore won 94 percent of games he played in and will now look to transition to the pro game.
The Broncos played a sloppy game in the second half, but the Sun Devils were equally as sloppy. Two Moore turnovers results in Arizona State failing to convert on fourth down twice, the second attempt turning into a 100-yard touchdown interception return.
Outside of the fumble and two interceptions, Moore was 23-of-30 for 266 yards and two touchdown passes. But it was running back Doug Martin who had the biggest game. He rushed 30 times for 151 yards and had two total touchdowns. He returned the opening kickoff for a 100-yard touchdown and scored the last Boise State touchdown when he rushed for a two-yard score.
The Broncos improved to 12-1 on the season and the Sun Devils fell to 6-7.