Boise State vs. San Diego State: 10 Things We Learned in Broncos' Loss

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Boise State vs. San Diego State: 10 Things We Learned in Broncos' Loss
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Boise State falls to 7-4 overall and 5-2 in the Mountain West as they lose a heartbreaking overtime game in San Diego 34-31.

What makes it even more painful is that it could have been won by the Broncos in regulation with a 43-yard field goal as the game was tied 28-28. However, kicker Dan Goodale hooked it wide-left as time expired, and the game continued.

In overtime, Boise did manage a field goal but failed to stop a pass from junior quarterback Quinn Kaehler to senior wide receiver Colin Lockett in the front corner of the end zone.

Boise State is now in second place in the Mountain Division in the Mountain West Conference and on the outside looking in at a possible MWC championship game against Fresno State.

It has been a very painful season for Boise State, full of hard lessons and heartbreaking moments.

Tonight was no different.

Let's look at some of those painful, and not so painful, lessons that were learned against the Aztecs in an effort to make sense of it all.

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