In his final performance at Bronco Stadium, senior QB Kellen Moore treated his fans to another amazing game. Moore passed for 313 yards and 3 touchdowns, leading the powerful Boise St. Broncos (11-1, 6-1) offense to a 45-0 drubbing of the New Mexico Lobos (1-11, 1-6).
Moore now has 3194 passing yards on the season to go with his 38-to-7 touchdowns-to-interceptions ratio. Despite accruing over 14,000 passing yards and a total of 137 passing touchdowns, most NFL draft experts still expect college football's most winningest quarterback to be drafted in the final round or not at all next year.
On the ground for the Broncos, senior Doug Martin stormed the Lobos defense, average 5.0 yards per carry as he ran for 110 yards and a pair of touchdowns and caught a pair of passes for 25 yards. Drew Wright also stretched his legs a little, dashing for 29 yards and a touchdown on just four carries.
The Broncos defense, meanwhile, utterly quashed the Lobos offense, allowing New Mexico to gain less than 200 yards and only twice cross into Boise St. territory. Amazingly, the Broncos defense did this while producing no turnovers on the day, instead forcing an amazing 7 punts. Boise St. only had to punt once.
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