The Broncos hosted San Jose State Saturday afternoon as they looked to get back on track against the Spartans. Sometimes the best medicine for a struggling basketball team, is playing a bad team. The Broncos certainly looked like found their stride again, as they left Taco Bell Arena with a 105-57 victory.
This one was over quickly, the first five shots of the game were Boise State three pointers and the Broncos never looked back from that 15-0 lead. Boise State had their best shooting performance of the year from beyond the arc, making 15 of 30 attempts. As great as the Broncos offense was, their defense was also sharp, holding the Spartans to 57 points. Meanwhile, Derrick Alston (33 points) and RJ WIlliams (22 points) combined to score 55 points. Alex Hobbs (17 points), Marcus Dickinson (11 points), and Justinian Jessup (10 points) were also in double figures. San Jose State was led by Marcus Steadman with 16 points.
The Broncos moved to 11-13 overall and 6-5 in conference play. Boise State will have one of its toughest tests of the year when they travel to take on the Bulldogs on Wednesday.