It took Boise State's ugliest effort of the season, but somehow the Broncos still walked away from a tougher-than-expected game with Louisiana Tech with a 29-point victory.
For the first time all season the Broncos defense showed some signs of weakness, despite having a ten-day layoff between games. As a unit, the Broncos D surrendered nearly 400 yards, including 172 rushing yards, a season-high against the Broncos.
And while they notched four sacks on La. Tech's Ross Jenkins, the senior QB still managed to pass for 222 yards and one score.
In fact, Louisiana Tech put up the most impressive numbers of any team this year against the Broncos, and they still managed to lose by nearly 30 points.
I think that makes a pretty strong case for Chris Petersen's squad.
Like usual, we learned tons of things from this game, and here they are...