oise State looked for its fourth straight victory late Saturday night and tried to keep BYU winless on the Blue in a big game at Albertsons Stadium.
The Broncos entered having won two straight in the series with the Cougars, pushing their record to 6-2 overall against the team from Provo, Utah. And even though BYU has never won in Boise, three of its losses here were by a single point.
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Boise State QB Brett Rypien (4) leads the team onto the field to warm up for Saturday night’s annual tilt with BYU. He needed 250 yards passing to become the Mountain West’s all-time leader.