Broncos get 4 defensive scores in 31 point win over the Rams

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Boise State Broncos blew out the Colorado State Rams on Thursday night on FS1. The Broncos won 52-21 over the Rams at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho.

This was the Broncos third win of the season. Boise State had a big win following a lackluster performance against the BYU Cougars, which resulted in their first loss of the season.

Boise State Broncos safety Kekaula Kaniho returns a blocked field goal attempt for a 91-yard touchdown against the Colorado Rams
Kekaula Kaniho returns a blocked field goal attempt for a 91-yard touchdown against the Colorado Rams (Photo by Boise State Broncos/Instagram)

The Rams fell to 1-2 under first-year head coach Steve Addazio. The 31-point loss was Colorado State’s worst loss so far on the season.

Broncos quarterback Hank Bachmeier went 16 of 28 for 202 yards. He had one touchdown pass.

Khalil Shakir had four carries for 52 yards. C.T. Thomas had six receptions for 103 yards.

Rams quarterback Patrick O’Brien went 9 of 20 for 140 yards. He had one interception.

Todd Centeio went 2 of 9 for 39 yards. He threw a touchdown pass.

A’Jon Vivens had 12 carries for 76 yards and a touchdown. Dante Wright had five receptions for 109 yards.

The Broncos jumped out to a 21-0 lead before the Rams even scored. Avery Williams scored on a 0-yard blocked punt.

Riley Smith also caught a touchdown reception. Kekaula Kaniho also scored on a 91-yard blocked field goal returned for a touchdown.

Andrew Van Buren scored two rushing touchdowns. DJ Schramm also returned a blocked punt for a 20-yard touchdown.

Nick Crabtree also scored on a fumble recovery in the end zone. Jonah Dumas also made a field goal.

O’Brien scored on a rushing touchdown for the Rams. Trey McBride caught a touchdown reception.

Vivens also scored on a rushing touchdown.

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