What looked as though it might be a roadblock for Boise State, was nothing more than a mere turn in the road to perfection for the Broncos. Kellen Moore had a career day throwing for 507 yards and 3 touchdowns, leading Boise State to a 42-7 victory over the Hawaii Warriors. Boise State had a total of 737 yards, which set a new school record. What was even more impressive than Boise State’s offensive showing, was the amazing play of its defense. The Broncos were able to hold the nations number one passing offense to 151 yards and a total of seven points throughout the whole game.
Hawaii seemed as though they would present one of the biggest challenges to Boise State, but in all reality this was nothing more than a warm-up game for the Broncos. From the opening kickoff to the final whistle, Boise State was in total control. Even though on Boise State’s first possession they gave up a fumble in Hawaii territory, they were able to regroup and continue to charge past the Warriors. Even with a minus three turnover ratio, Boise State never looked as though they were going to lose this game. Boise State looked as though they could compete with anyone after this game, and now it is just a question of whether or not they will be given a chance to compete against the best schools in the country.
In a matchup of two of the top three non-AQ teams, TCU defeated Utah in an easy fashion. TCU’s victory did nothing more then add to the argument of who is the best non-AQ school in the country. With the way that the current BCS system is set up we might never know who is the best school in the country. All that is for certain is that there are four undefeated schools in the country left. With the college football season winding down, these next few weeks of games will be sure to create some buzz for the whole country to talk about.
About the Author
Written by Nicholas Mosley
Born in Gilroy California. Raised in Sacramento California. Went to high school at Christian Brothers High School. Sophomore at Boise State University.