The Boise St. Broncos apparently have a fast quarterback. Grant Hedrick entered the game and took a keeper into the red zone. Doug Martin followed with a wildcat keeper. When you have perhaps the best quarterback in the country, why not put him at wide receiver?
At least Kellen Moore put the rest to good use, throwing to Kyle Efaw on the next play. The tight end bulled his way in for the second Boise State touchdown, a 12-yarder. Broncos lead, 14-7.
The seven-play scoring drive began when Aaron Murray complemented Kellen Moore's interception with a share of his own, finding Boise State's Jerrell Gavins along the sideline. Moore now has 137 yards passing to Murray's 34. Excepting Brandon Boykin's touchdown run, which isn't going to be replicated, Boise State is outgaining the Dawgs 182 to 65.
In better news, Boykin has returned to the field.
For more, head to Boise State blog One Bronco Nation Under God and Georgia blog Dawg Sports.