Boise State drops final game of the season
Ajayi runs Boise State past Lobos
Broncos drop final regular season road game
Jay Ajayi rushed for three touchdowns and quarterback Grant Hedrick threw for three
Broncos remain undefeated at home
BOISE STATE CAREER
RS JUNIOR (2013): Named honorable mention All-Mountain West...played in each of the Broncos' 13 games, starting 12...did not start on Senior Day against New Mexico (Nov. 30)...set a Boise State single-season record with 88 receptions on the season...6.8 receptions per game ranked 21st-nationally...his 1,140 receiving yards are the third-most in a single season in school history, and marked just the 10th 1,000-yard season for a Bronco all-time...yardage total ranked tied for 23rd nationally, and his per-game average (87.7) was tied for 27th in the country...his 12 touchdowns are tied for the fourth-most in school history and were tied for the 10th-most in the country...had five 100-yard receiving games, tied for the second-most in school history...set career highs with 11 receptions for 206 yards against Oregon State in the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl (Dec. 24) en route to team Most Valuable Player honors...included was an 85-yard touchdown catch, the longest pass play in the bowl's history and the longest reception by a Mountain West player in a bowl game since the league's inception...yardage total is the seventh-highest in a single game in school history, and was the first 200-yard receiving day by a Bronco since Oct. 30, 2003 (Tim Gilligan, 209; BYU)...was also the most by a Bronco in a bowl game...caught 10 passes for 112 yards against Air Force (Sept. 13)...107 yards and a touchdown on five catches against Southern Miss (Sept. 28)...143 yards on seven catches against Wyoming (Nov. 16)...111 yards on nine catches against New Mexico (Nov. 30)...career-high three touchdowns against both the Cowboys and Lobos...also had two touchdowns against Colorado State (Nov. 2)...multiple catches in every game, including 12 games with five-or-more...now ranks second on Boise State's career receptions list (216), trailing only Austin Pettis (229; 2007-10)...is fifth on the career receiving yardage list (2,588)...26-career touchdowns is the fourth-most in school history...completed 1-of-2 pass attempts on the season, including a 26-yarder against BYU (Oct. 25)...threw a 2-point conversion against Fresno State (Sept. 20)...served as holder on field goals and PATs...named Boise State's Most Valuable Offensive Player...named Fall 2013 Academic All-Mountain West...served as a Game Captain against Air Force (Sept. 13), Utah State (Oct. 12), New Mexico (Nov. 30) and Oregon State in the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl (Dec. 24).
RS SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in each of the Broncos' 13 games, making 12 starts...did not start on Senior Day against Colorado State (Nov. 17)...named All-Mountain West Second Team...led the Broncos in all three major receiving categories with 66 catches for 769 yards and five touchdowns...reception total is tied for the eighth-most in Boise State single-season history...now has 128 career receptions, tied for the 12th-most all-time at Boise State...recorded his first-career 100-yard game against Nevada (Dec. 1), catching seven passes for 127 yards and a 52-yard touchdown...tied his career high with nine receptions against New Mexico (Sept. 29)...had at least one catch in every game, multiple receptions in 12 games and at least four catches in nine games...averaged 5.08 receptions per game, ranking fourth in the MW...averaged 59.15 receiving yards per game, ranking sixth in the MW...two-time game captain in 2012.
RS FRESHMAN (2011): Played in each of the team's 13 games during his debut season, including eight starts...named first-team FWAA Freshman All-America and Yahoo Sports Freshman All-America Second Team...set Boise State single-season freshman records in all three major receiving categories with 62 receptions, 679 yards and nine touchdowns...reception total was tied for the team high (Tyler Shoemaker), and his yardage and touchdown totals ranks second on the team...had at least one catch in every game, and had at least four receptions in 11 games...4.77 receptions per game ranked second in the Mountain West, and 52.23 yards per game ranked sixth in the conference...career-high nine receptions against TCU (Nov. 12)...career-high 78 yards against Fresno State (Oct. 7)...career-high two touchdowns against UNLV (Nov. 5)...had a single receiving score in seven other games.
FRESHMAN (2010): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Concluded his high school football career by being named 2009 Montana Gatorade Player of the Year, Co-Offensive State Player of the Year, first-team all-state as a receiver and cornerback and second-team all-state as a punt returner...as a junior, was named first-team all-state as a receiver and cornerback...was a first-team all-state selection at corner, and a second-team all-state receiver as a sophomore...helped lead squad to three-consecutive State AA Football Championships and a state runner-up finish as a senior...as a senior, caught 50 passes for 828 yards and 19 touchdowns...also carried the ball 67 times for 864 yards...on defense, tallied 35 tackles, five knockdowns, two tackles for loss and two interceptions...as a junior, caught 54 passes for 932 yards and 15 scores, while rushing for 663 yards and six touchdowns...also recorded 39 tackles, four tackles-for-loss, two interceptions and one defensive TD as a junior...holds numerous school records, including single-game receptions (10), receptions in a playoff game (nine), single-season receptions (54), career receptions (108), receiving yards (1,751) and career touchdown receptions (23)...also earned varsity letters in basketball (four) and track and field (four)...voted first-team all-state in basketball as a sophomore and junior...holds the career scorer record for his school with more than 1,000 points...helped lead Capital to its first conference basketball championship in school history as a junior...was named all-state academic as a freshman, sophomore and junior in football, basketball and track and field...high school football coach was Pat Murphy.
MAJOR - Business
BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED - Three