Though the first quarter included only a Wyoming Cowboys touchdown - a Luke Anderson 29 yard interception return - the rest of the game was dominated by the Boise State Broncos. After trailing 7-0 heading into the second, Boise State got their scoring started with a 17 play, 87 yard drive that ended in a Doug Martin rushing touchdown. The longest play on the drive was a 16 yard completion from Kellen Moore to D.J. Harper.
Immediately after that, Boise State forced a three-and-out, and set up shop at the Wyoming 46 yard line after the punt. With less than ten seconds to go, Moore hit Matt Miller for, of course, a 46 yard touchdown to take the game to the half. They led 13-7, as Michael Frisina's second extra point was blocked.
The third quarter saw three straight scores from the Broncos. Frisina nailed a 23 yard field goal on their opening possession, and Kyle Efaw hauled in a 10 yard touchdown reception at six minutes. After getting the ball back again, Gabe Linehan caught the next touchdown pass, a 17 yarder from Moore. Boise State would add an insurance score early in the fourth quarter, and though Wyoming managed a touchdown in the final six minutes, it was too little, too late. Boise State walked away with a 36-14 win.
Boise State finishes their season at home next Saturday against New Mexico, while Wyoming travels to Colorado State for its final game.