Drive chart: San Diego State 34, Boise State 31 (OT)

November 24, 2013 


SDSU — Adam Muema 2 run (Seamus McMorrow kick), 4:15. Key plays: The Aztecs picked up two fourth downs, including the touchdown. Plus, Colin Lockett made a gorgeous, fingertips grab on a 40-yard reception down the sideline. Drive: 12 plays, 70 yards, 6:48. San Diego State 7, Boise State 0

BSU — Bryan Douglas 100 kickoff return (Dan Goodale kick), 4:01. San Diego State 7, Boise State 7


SDSU — Adam Roberts 3 pass from Quinn Kaehler (McMorrow kick), 10:26. Key plays: Wide receiver Dylan Denso made a 29-yard catch on third-and-9 to reach the Boise State 9-yard line. Cornerback Mercy Maston committed pass interference on third-and-goal to keep the drive alive. Drive: 9 plays, 50 yards, 4:28. San Diego State 14, Boise State 7


BSU — Jay Ajayi 31 run (Goodale kick), 6:33. Key plays: An exchange of punts — including a Boise State punt that hit a San Diego State player for a fumble — eventually allowed the Broncos to start a drive at the Aztecs’ 49-yard line. Drive: 4 plays, 49 yards, 1:14. San Diego State 14, Boise State 14

BSU — Shane Williams-Rhodes 12 pass from Hedrick (Goodale kick), 5:02. Drive: 4 plays, 24 yards, 1:23. Boise State 21, San Diego State 14


SDSU — J.J. Whittaker 18 interception return (Wes Feer kick), 10:37. Boise State 21, San Diego State 21

BSU — Matt Miller 10 pass from Hedrick (Goodale kick), 8:02. Key plays: Miller made a 17-yard catch, Ajayi made a 15-yard run and Miller made an 11-yard catch that included a personal foul on the defense. Drive: 6 plays, 69 yards, 2:35. Boise State 28, San Diego State 21

SDSU — Tim Vizzi 41 punt return (Feer kick), 4:04. Boise State 28, San Diego State 28


BSU — Goodale 35 field goal. Boise State 31, San Diego State 28

BSU — Lockett 10 pass from Kaehler. San Diego State 34, Boise State 31

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