FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- The first game for Boise State as members of the Mountain West looks a lot like many of their games in the WAC.
Not much competition.
The Broncos rolled out to a 28-0 lead on Colorado State early in the second quarter with touchdowns on their first four drives. Doug Martin went over 100 yards in the first quarter, with two touchdowns -- a 65-yard run and a 26-yard run. Kellen Moore was 8-of-8 for 107 yards and a 52-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Shoemaker in the first quarter. The Rams have offered little resistance, as receivers have been wide open and Martin has had huge holes.
Meanwhile, the defense held Colorado State without a first down and 7 total yards on 14 plays in the first quarter. Tyrone Crawford had two sacks himself, and added a fumble recovery in the second quarter.
Boise State won eight conference titles in 10 years in the WAC. This is its first game against Colorado State.