Broncos Crack Century Mark in Big Win
Nov. 23, 2015

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) Boise State used a 22-2 run spanning the first and second halves to spark a 100-53 win against Concordia (Ore.) Monday, at Taco Bell Arena. Chandler Hutchison's career-high 18 points led a balanced scoring attack by the Broncos (2-2), which saw five players in double figures.

After Concordia (1-3) remained within striking distance for much of the first half, the Broncos took control in the final stages of the period. With 1:51 left Nick Duncan buried three-pointers on back-to-back possessions to spark a 10-0 run by the Broncos going into the locker room.

The home team kept its foot on the gas as the second half started, posting a 12-2 run over the first 2:55, including five points from freshman Paris Austin. The Broncos went on to lead by as many as 48 before posting the 47-point victory.

Austin, who made his first career start, tallied 11 points in the second half on his way to a career-high 15. He was joined in double figures by fellow newcomers Lonnie Jackson with 15 and Robin Jorch with 10. Jackson hit three triples as he posted the first double-digit scoring night of his Bronco career. Jorch was 4-of-6 from the field in 12 minutes.

Veteran guard Mikey Thompson was the fifth double-figure performer. Thompson scored 13 points to go with five assists. The redshirt senior has scored in double digits in all four games this season, the first such four-game streak of his career.

James Webb III scored nine points and hauled in 13 rebounds in just 19 minutes of action. Webb threw down a highlight reel dunk in the first half, following one of his three steals. Seven of his boards came on the offensive glass, leading a dominant rebounding effort. Boise State held a 47-20 advantage on the boards, the largest rebound margin since Dec. 30, 2012, against Corban (+35).

All 10 Broncos who played Monday, logged at least 10 minutes and each of them got in the scoring column.

The Broncos shot 49.3% from the field, hit 11 three pointers, and finished 21 of 26 at the free throw line. They also won the rebounding battle by 27 (47-20) and forced 22 Concordia turnovers.

Drew Martin and Riley Hawken scored 13 for the Cavaliers.

Boise State will now travel to the DirecTV Wooden Legacy in Southern California for three games in four days, beginning Thursday against UC Irvine. Tipoff is at 1 p.m. PT/2 p.m. MT from TItan Gym at Cal State Fullerton and can be seen on ESPNU.

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