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Final: Boise State 28, Washington 26

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Dec. 22, 2012 at 11:49 am with 1 Comment »
December 22, 2012 3:51 pm

Head to the jump:

> Keith Price was intercepted on the final drive and Washington finishes the season 7-6 after a 28-26 loss to Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl. Third consecutive year of being 7-6.

> Boise State hits a 27-yard FG to take a 28-26 lead with 1:16 to go.

> Coons hits a 38-yarder at the end of a 14-play, 76-yard drive to give Washington a 26-25 lead with 4:09 remaining.

> Travis Coons’ 41-yard attempt for the lead is wide right. Boise State takes over with 12:02 to go still up 25-23.

> Onto the fourth. Boise has a narrow 25-23 lead.

> ASJ now with 800 receiving yards. It’s the most ever by Husky tight end in a season. Seferian-Jenkins broke Dave Williams’ record of 795 yards set in 1965. Williams likely here. Lives in Henderson, Nev.

> Price finds Seferian-Jenkins with a good throw after a scramble, and, for one play, looks like his old self. Touchdown, Washington. Two-point conversion fails. Boise leads 25-23 with 2:28 to go.

> Boise State converts two fourth downs and a third down on that opening drive to take a 25-17 leads early in the third quarter.

> Washington down just 18-17 after Keith Price scores from six yards out what could only be called a mediocre half by most of the team.

> Washington goes 65 yards in three plays and 46 seconds to score on a 26-yard touchdown run by Sankey. Suddenly 18-10.

> Boise State scores a touchdown on five plays over 88 yards. Pass from wide receiver Chris Potter to Holden Huff for a 34-yard touchdown puts Boise up 18-3. Two-point conversion attempt is stopped. Boise State went from third-and-14 at its own 8-yard line to in the end zone three plays later.

> Price turnover results in a 30-yard field goal. Broncos now lead 12-3.

> Keith Price is intercepted. It was his second consecutive poor pass. The first was incomplete.

> End of first. Boise leads 9-3. A turnover, four missed tackles by Washington in the first quarter. Sankey with 65 yards already.Washington was 0-for-3 and Boise was 5-for-7 on third down in the first quarter.

> Boise puts together a long drive and Sean Parker misses a tackle on 16-yard touchdown pass. Broncos lead 9-3 after Shelton blocks the point after.

> Washington settles for field goal after Kasen Williams drops a pass. Tied 3-3.

> UW knocking on the door after big gains by Sankey.

> Season-long 34-yard field goal for Frisina gives Boise an early 3-0 lead following Sankey turnover. Eight plays, 29 yards, 2:14.

> Sankey fumbles and Boise recovers at UW 45.

> Bishop Sankey runs out of the Wildcat early on. We saw a lot of that coming into the week during practice.

> Washington calls heads and it’s tails. Boise defers.

> Some big news right off the top here. Boise State has sent home defensive end Demarcus Lawrence for a violation of team rules, according to the Idaho Statesman. The sophomore is a first-team all-Mountain West Conference selection. Lawrence leads the Broncos with 9.5 sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss.

> Weather is clear and warming. Supposed to get up to 55 today. It’s been cool here in Vegas. Currently 50 degrees, mostly sunny, wind 5 mph from the north.

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  1. mannix49 says:

    Price isn’t impressing me with his reads or throws……when he’s not running for his life….

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