No. 4 Boise State Clobbers Idaho 52-14 In The Kibbie Dome

The Broncos came out firing on all cylinders, opening up a 28-0 first quarter lead and cruising to their 12th straight win against the Vandals.

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Kellen Moore And No. 4 Boise Come Out Guns Blazing, Drop Idaho 52-14

It was that kind of a night for the Broncs. Boise State jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in their 52-14 win at Idaho. QB Kellen Moore threw a pair of first-half touchdowns and Chris Potter returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown to pace the easy victory.

The potential conclusion to a rivalry that was played for the 40th time was all blue and orange as the Broncos (9-0, 5-0 WAC) ran the nation’s longest winning streak to 23 games with a thorough pounding of the Vandals (4-6, 1-4).

One Bronco Nation Under God keeps it short and sweet in describing this game, which was over early.

Kellen Moore was great, the defense was outstanding, and the Vandals really never had a chance.

That about says it all. The Broncos now get ready to watch Saturday’s action and see how meaningless this win is in the eyes of AP and Coaches voters once again.

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