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No. 11 Boise State hits road for WAC clash against New Mexico State

Las Cruces, NM (Sports Network) - Playing the second of back-to-back Western Athletic Conference road games, the 11th-ranked Boise State Broncos head to Las Cruces this weekend where they will confront the New Mexico State Aggies.

BSU is currently tied for eighth in the nation with a seven-game win streak heading into this week and is now all alone at the top of the WAC standings with an unblemished 3-0 mark. Last Friday, the Broncos were challenged for that first-place position by San Jose State in California, a meeting that eventually fell in favor of the visitors by a score of 33-16. Except for last week and the battle with nationally-ranked Oregon on the road in September (37-32), the Broncos have held every opponent to a touchdown or less in 2008.

The Aggies have been trying to find their way ever since they had their opener postponed because of weather concerns. A one point NMSU had won three of four games, but since then the Aggies have dropped back-to-back decisions versus San Jose State (31-14) and Idaho (20-14), which means the program is now a game under .500 overall at 3-4 and is just 1-2 in the WAC.

The good news for Boise State is that it has yet to be defeated by NMSU and crushed the Aggies in 2007, picking up a 58-0 victory at home to move to 8-0 all-time in the series. BSU, which holds down the 11th spot in this week's BCS rankings, has scored at least 52 points in half the meetings with New Mexico State and has not been held to less than 33 points in any one contest since 1996.

Although he threw an interception that was returned 62 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, Kellen Moore again showed quite a bit of poise in the pocket for the Broncos as he led the squad over SJSU. Moore finished the contest 26-of-40 for 242 yards and a pair of touchdowns as he teamed with the once-powerful Ian Johnson (two touchdown runs) to provide the Broncos with an unbeatable offensive effort.

As good as Moore has been for this team, perhaps one of the more glaring issues in the passing attack is a lack of deep passes. Some of that has to do with the indefinite suspension of Titus Young, but there are other factors that need to be taken into consideration according to head coach Chris Petersen. "To throw deep balls you need to be able to pass protect for quite a while...some of it's coverage issues. We're still trying to figure out how to make it easier on ourselves."

Showing some strong leadership this season, even if he isn't putting up huge numbers, Johnson is picking his spots carrying the ball for 429 yards and six TDs but is also playing special teams to try and make an impact in that area as well.

Even though the offense for Boise State struggled a bit in the early going versus the Spartans last week, the defense never let the team down. In fact, the unit was so dominating that it didn't allow a first down until there was just 78 seconds remaining in the first half. SJSU recorded a mere nine first downs the entire game, two of which the team was awarded on penalties. Were it not for a 60-yard TD run by Brandon Rutley, the Spartans would have been limited to far less than 109 yards on the ground.

The run defense for the Broncos has been decent this season, limiting opponents to just 120.9 ypg, but more importantly the pass defense has been remarkable. BSU is second in the conference in terms of yards allowed through the air (175 ypg) but what really counts is pass efficiency defense which ranks the squad second in the entire nation with a mark of 92.42. "We all know that Chase (Holbrook) can throw the ball," coach Petersen said in his weekly press conference as he and the Broncos prepared for their trip to Las Cruces. "And we all know the weapons he has surrounding him...and any given night those guys can be on fire."

Holbrook threw a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter to Chris Williams against Idaho on the road, but that was it for the scoring on behalf of the NMSU offense. Holbrook lit up the Vandal pass defense to the tune of 324 yards and set a new NMSU single-game record by completing 78.7 percent of his pass attempts, but was picked off twice and sacked three times by the home team. What's worse is that the NMSU run game was again nowhere to be found with just 35 yards on 26 attempts, partly because the quarterback absorbed a few losing plays. Williams, one of the more productive receivers in the WAC, tallied 13 catches for 112 yards.

With close to eight catches per game, Williams ranks first in the WAC and seventh in the nation this week, while Holbrook leads a passing attack that is sixth in the country with 324.1 ypg. However, placing 116th in the nation with a mere 84.7 ypg is not helping matters, nor is an offensive line that is permitting 2.86 sacks per outing, which is 112th among teams at the FBS level.

The Aggies clamped down on Idaho signal-caller Nathan Enderle, allowing him to convert just 7-of-18 passes for a mere 59 yards and a score. New Mexico State defenders picked off a pair of passes along the way as well, but it was the run defense that allowed the game to get away from them. While the Aggies were struggling with barely one yard per rushing attempt, the Vandals were pounding away with a remarkable 271 yards on 48 carries, which works out to better than five and a half yards per try. Ranked first in the nation with his 13.5 tackles per game, Derrick Richardson tallied 16 stops in the loss last week.

"I thought the defense played pretty well today, especially against the pass," noted NMSU head coach Hal Mumme after the game. "We gave up a few yards on the ground, but overall it was a good defensive effort. We need to regroup and get ready for Boise State now." Preparing for the Broncos is not an easy task because the team will probably try to expose the fact that the Aggies are currently 115th in the nation in run defense with 232.3 ypg allowed.

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