Las Vegas Bowl 2011 Halftime Score: Boise State Burying Sun Devils

Despite being up by plenty, Boise State added a touchdown just before halftime of the 2011 Las Vegas Bowl, converting a fourth down and setting up a touchdown pass from freshman receiver Matt Miller to Kyle Efaw. If you think Chris Petersen is using Arizona State as his personal BCS stand-in this evening, you might be onto something. It's 28-3 at the half.

The lowlight for Boise State: a previous pass on a reverse by Kirby Moore, relation of Kellen. The warbling trembler had Chris Fowler chuckling for at least two minutes afterward. Fowler's been entertained all evening, adding a "Why not?" to a late-half holding penalty against ASU.

Boise State has 269 yards worth of offense, plus a 100-yard kick return. The Sun Devils have 106, plus 54 yards worth of penalties. This game is beneath Boise State.

ASU's first real chance at points ended with a 32-yard field goal. While down by 21 in a bowl game during Dennis Erickson's last day on the job. To put it in Vegas blackjack terms, the Sun Devils are standing at 12. 

This is how things were going a while ago:

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via 30fps.mocksession.com

For more on the Broncos, check out Boise State blog One Boise Nation Under God. For more on the Sun Devils, visit Arizona State blog House of Sparky. Stick around for more college football news and so forth.

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