Fresno State In-Game Notes vs. Boise State
Oct. 7, 2011
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Fresno State captains: 4, 30, 77
Boise State won the toss, deferred to the second half. Fresno State will receive and defend the South goal.
Senior Bryce Harris made his 31st consecutive start at left tackle for the bulldogs.
Boise State scored first on a Matt Miller four-yard touchdown pass from Kellen Moore at 10:29. The Bulldogs had scored first in their first five games of the season.
Kyle Knox broke up a pass on a third-and-8 at 8:00. It was his first pass break-up of the season and the second of his career. Knox made his 33rd career start and this was the 41st game he's played in for Fresno State.
Logan Harrell and Patrick Su'a combined for a four-yard tackle for a loss at 4:45.
Jalen Saunders' seven-yard run on a second-and-3 at 00:07 gave the Bulldogs their first first-down of the game.
Boise State outgained Fresno State 130-55 in the first 15 minutes.
Boise State blocked a Fresno State punt at 8:16, giving the Broncos the ball on the Bulldog 24-yard line.
Robbie Rouse had a 40-yard rush on a third-and-3 at 2:15. It was his longest rush of the season. Before the play, Fresno State only had 72 yards of offense and just one first down.
Derek Carr completed a 41-yard pass to Josh Harper on the final play of the first half, but the Bulldogs were unable to find the end zone.