Broncos lose heartbreaker to Washington State in triple overtime

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Boise State lost to Washington State 47-44 in triple overtime on Saturday,  Sept. 9 in Pullman, Wa. The Broncos were up 31-10 in the fourth quarter with 11 minutes left when Washington State went on a 21-point streak to tie up the game.

It was an intense game that included four quarterbacks, seven turnovers and 11 touchdowns.

Boise State lost starting sophomore quarterback Brett Rypien early in the game to an apparent injury. Senior Montell Cozart took over, going 12-20 for 161 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Boise State’s defense looked impressive early on, but ended up allowing 455 yards of offense to Washington State. Boise State was able to rack up 411 yards.

This game puts Boise State at 1-1 on the season, who will take on New Mexico Thursday, Sept. 14 at 6 p.m. at Albertsons Stadium. The game can also be seen live on ESPN.


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