Boise State Vs. Hawaii: Kellen Moore Throwing An Interception Is News

Considerably more action to report in this quarter, as Kellen Moore hits Tyler Shoemaker down the middle for a 12-yard touchdown pass on the second play. The Warriors go three-and-out, and the boys in blue set up for another scoring drive with a 35-yard pass from Moore to Shoemaker on first down. The excellently-named Geraldo Hiwat catches a 16-yard pass several plays later, and Gabe Linehan gets a piece of the action for 19 yards on a third down. Jeremy Avery runs the Broncos' next touchdown in from four yards out, and this two-point conversion works, on an Austin Pettis rush.

Hawaii, not having a great day, takes close to five minutes off the clock getting from their own 28 to Boise State's 34, and Bryant Moniz is sacked -- and then, wonder of wonders, Kellen Moore throws an interception. Seriously, we've got pictures:

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[Via bubbaprog at 30fps.mocksession.com]

This marks Moore's third picked pass of 2010. The Warriors can't do anything with it, of course, and the half ends amid another Broncos drive, with Boise State leading, 21-0.

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