The Boise State Broncos dismantled Hawaii at Aloha Stadium, winning 52-16. The first quarter ended with Boise up 14-0. Rypien connected with Thomas Sperbeck on a 35 yard touchdown pass, while Jeremt McNichols added another touchdown on a 36 yard run.
The second quarter was not much better for the ‘Bows with Rypien finding Dhaenens for six yards and another touchdown. On the next drive for Hawaii, WR Keelan Ewaliko was threw an interception on a trick play that would turn into seven points when McNichols scored a touchdown from five yards out.
Hawaii would finally get their first points in the second quarter when Rigoberto Sanchez hit a 24 yard field goal to make the score 28-3.
The Broncos would score again before halftime when they went on a five play, 80 yard drive that ended with Rypien ran for a four yard touchdown making the score 35-3 at the half.
Boise opened up the third quarter by putting up 10 more points. Cedrick Wilson caught a 335 yard touchdown pass and Rausa added a 38 yard field goal. Sanchez hit another field goal for Hawaii to make the score 45-6.
Rypien found Sperbeck for a 44 yard touchdown pass early on in the fourth quarter. The Warriors found the end zone for the first time in the game when Dru Brown completed a five yard pass to John Ursua for touchdown, bring the score to 52-13 in favor of the Broncos. Rigoberto Sanchez hit his third field goal of the day from 35 yards out.
That last field goal from Sanchez would bring the score to 52-16, which would be the final. Dru Brown finished the game 16 of 31 passing for 125 yards and a touchdown, he also added 61 rushing yards on 11 carries. Paul Harris finished as their leading rusher with 145 yards on 14 carries. Rypien went 18 of 22 for 338 yards and four touchdowns while McNichols added 153 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries.
The Warriors fall to 4-7 and will return to action when they travel to Fresno to face the Bulldogs on Saturday, November 19th.