The Boise St. Broncos are in a fight against the Miami RedHawks, and lead 15-9 at the half. The only touchdown for Boise State came late in the second quarter on a six-play, 75-yard drive with running back D.J. Harper scoring on a 1-yard sweep to give Boise State the six-point lead.
Miami scored all of their nine points in the second quarter, first was a field. The second score was set up when Boise State freshman running back Jack Fields fumbled the ball at their own 8-yard line. This allowed Miami to get their first touchdown of the game three plays later on a halfback pass where running back Spencer Treadwell threw a 2-yard pass to Andy Cruse.
That touchdown gave Miami a 9-8 lead and so they went for the two-point conversion which was not converted as Miami quarterback Zac Dysert overthrew his receiver.
Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick is having a solid game by completing 11-for-17 passes for 188 yards with one touchdown and an interception.
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