Boise State Dominates Fresno, 34-17

Bulldogs never had a chance as Broncos ran away with the game
By Katherine Thompson,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 27, 2007 6:02 AM CDT
Boise State running back Jeremy Avery, left, is tripped up during the first half of a college football game against Fresno State, in Fresno, Calif. on Friday night, (AP Photo/Joe Jaszewski, The Idaho...   (Associated Press)

(Newser) – Boise State continued to look out of place in the WAC conference last night with an easy defeat of the Fresno Bulldogs. The runaway Broncos, who have not lost a conference game since Fresno routed them in 2005, improved to 7-1, 4-0. Two backup freshman backs  posted career highs as Boise State racked up a 34-17 victory, reports the Idaho Statesman.

"You want to say every game is the same, but this is one we were way up for," said Broncos safety Marty Tadman. His teammates proved that beyond any doubt, with D.J. Harper running for 153 yards and a touchdown and Jeremy Avery scoring three times on 124 yards. "There's enough balls to go around," said Avery.