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The Boise State offense is performing as advertised, with Kellen Moore once again dominating the opposing defense as well as the record book.
Moore has led the seventh highest scoring offense in the country with some Heisman worthy stats. He is well on his way to a career high in touchdowns this season, as he already has 21, and he only needs another 15 to take hold of the career touchdown record. Houston's Case Keenum is also in the running and may finish with more touchdowns than Kellen Moore, but he is in a fifth year of eligibility, and Moore rarely plays more than three quarters.
Only two wins away from breaking Colt McCoy's career wins record, Moore has established himself as one of the best college football players in the last decade. With only six games in the bag, he has already racked up 1,729 yards and a 75.9 percent completion rating. Whether you call him the "the surgeon", the robot, or the patron saint of passing, you definitely can call him unstoppable.
There is no better compliment to Kellen Moore than Doug Martin. Quite possibly the most under-rated running back in the country. Dubbed muscle hamster by his team mates you can see why when he plows over multiple defenders.
Running for a total of 622 yards and eight touchdowns, Martin will be setting new career highs this season and maybe breaking some team records. These are impressive stats when considering the other offensive firepower the Broncos have. D.J. Harper is the next leading rusher with a respectable 238 yards.
Pettis and Young who?
Just kidding, those were two of the best receivers in Boise State history, but it seems the Broncos are doing just fine without them. Tyler Shoemaker has been the standout over the first half of the season and has filled the big shoes that were left behind quite nicely. Making 24 receptions for 401 yards and already grabbing a career high eight touchdowns.
Freshman Matt Miller has been the other impressive receiver, bringing in 308 yards on 28 receptions with three touchdowns.
I can't in good conscience talk about the offense without giving some love to the best offensive line in the history of the Broncos. Over the past few games, enormous holes have been opened up, and Kellen Moore has been extremely comfortable in the pocket.
The Broncos' high powered offense is a direct reflection of Nate Potter and his fellow linemen.