Barring a collapse of epic proportions, the Boise St. Broncos are on the way to a 5-0 start as they enter halftime with a 37-0 lead over the Fresno State Bulldogs.
Heisman Trophy candidate Kellen Moore opened the scoring by finding wide receiver Matt Miller for a four-yard touchdown to take a 7-0 lead less than five minutes into the game. After a few three-and-outs from both sides, kcker Dan Goodale adding to the Broncos lead with a 32-yard field. Boise State recovered a fumble by Bulldogs running back Devon Wylie and, on the ensuing play, junior wide receiver Mitch Burroughs took an end-around 25 yards for a touchdown to take a 16-0 lead after the first quarter.
Early in the second quarter, Moore hit Geraldo Boldewijn for an 18-yard touchdown with 9:52 to play in the half. Boise State would later block a punt to set up a six-yard touchdown run by D.J. Harper.
Moore and Boldewijn for a four-yard score with twenty seconds to play in the half, passing Tim Rattay to take sole possession of sixth place on the career touchdown pass list. Moore is one touchdown behind former Hawaii Warriors quarteback Timmy Chang.
For the game, Moore has completed 21-of-29 pass attempts for 243 yards, a major factor in the Broncos converting 6-of-9 third-down conversion attempts. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have just 150 yards of total offense, have turned the ball over twice, and committed seven penalties for 69 yards.
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