Boise State Broncos
One of the many reasons for Boise State's success is the Broncos' explosive offense, one of the absolute best of any team playing in a bowl game.
Led by Doug Martin, the Broncos gallop to 200.1 yards per game on the ground, the 24th highest rushing average in the country. Amazingly, their passing offense is even better.
Kellen Moore has helped Boise State throw the ball for an average of 319.4 yards per game, the sixth highest average in the nation.
Not only does Boise State march up and down the field, it also finds the end zone quite often. The Broncos' 46.7 points per game is second-best in all of college football.
Boise State's lowest point total this season was 31, and the Broncos have broken 50 points in half their games.
It's not quite as dominant as the Broncos' offense, but Utah's is still quite good.
Utah scores 35.6 points per game, the 18th highest average in college football.
As for how the Utes do it, the offense is fairly balanced. Jordan Wynn leads a passing attack that has racked up an average of 248 yards per game through the air, the 37th highest such number in the nation.
On the ground, the Utes run for an average of 156.8 yards per game, giving them the 56th most effective rushing game in the country.
However, the Utes have had a tougher time scoring lately. Four of their five worst scoring totals have come in the last five weeks, including two single-digit performances.