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  • Boise State defense dominates in win over New Mexico

    It wasn't always pretty, but behind three total touchdowns from redshirt senior tight end Jake Roh, Boise State overcame a sluggish offensive performance to defeat New Mexico 28-14 in its Mountain West Conference opener Thursday night at Albertsons Stadium.

It wasn't always pretty, but behind three total touchdowns from redshirt senior tight end Jake Roh, Boise State overcame a sluggish offensive performance to defeat New Mexico 28-14 in its Mountain West Conference opener Thursday night at Albertsons Stadium. Provided by Boise State
It wasn't always pretty, but behind three total touchdowns from redshirt senior tight end Jake Roh, Boise State overcame a sluggish offensive performance to defeat New Mexico 28-14 in its Mountain West Conference opener Thursday night at Albertsons Stadium. Provided by Boise State
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