Chris Petersen top 5 games

Jan. 1, 2007 ~ Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma 

This was the big one. To this day, it is still the most important game in Boise State football history. The school’s first BCS appearance against Big 12 power, Oklahoma. Winning on three trick plays, including the winning 2-point conversion on the statue of liberty play to seal the win in overtime. Final score: 43-42.

Jan. 4, 2010 ~ Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. TCU

Boise State’s second BCS berth came against fellow mid-major, TCU, whom they had lost to in the Poinsettia Bowl the year before. Led by sophomore quarterback Kellen Moore, a fake punt to convert a first down in the fourth quarter helped the Broncos become the second mid-major to win multiple BCS games. Final: 17-10.

Sept. 6, 2010 ~ Boise @ Virginia Tech, 33-30

Returning 17 starters from the second Fiesta Bowl team, the Broncos began the season ranked third in the nation. A late two-minute drive by
Kellen Moore grabbed the big win for the Broncos, and propelled them to a season where they would come just a field goal kick away from a potential national championship appearance.

 Sept. 3, 2011 ~ Boise @ Georgia (35-21)

Starting the season ranked fifth in the country, senior quarterback Kellen Moore led the Broncos into the Georgia Dome and put a beat down on the Georgia Bulldogs to get revenge from a 2005 loss.  The Broncos would once again be in the national title talks for much of the season.

Sept. 20, 2008 ~ Boise @ Oregon (37-32)

True freshman quarterback Kellen Moore made his road debut in 2008, when the Broncos traveled to Eugene, Oreg. to take on the Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium. Jumping out to a 35-13 lead through three quarters, the Broncos held off a late charge from the Ducks, and held on for the win. The Broncos would go
undefeated it the regular season.

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