Boise State University quarterback Kellen Moore and place kicker Kyle Brotzman have been named Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Players of the Week following the Bronco's 33-30 win over Virginia Tech (Sept. 6).
Moore won the offensive award after throwing three touchdown passes, including one with 1:09 remaining in the game to give Boise State its final margin of victory. Moore completed 23 of 38 passes for 215 yards and no interceptions. Trailing 30-26, Moore led the Broncos to a score in the final minutes by completing four of five passes for 56 yards and the winning 13-yard pass to Austin Pettis.
Brotzman made two of three field goals and punted twice for a 45.0-yard average. He made a 47-yard field goal late in the second quarter, which was the longest field goal by a WAC player this past weekend. He also added a 52-yard punt late in the fourth quarter that backed Virginia Tech up to their own seven-yard line.
The Broncos are off this coming weekend before traveling to the University of Wyoming on Sept. 18 (Saturday) to face the Cowboys in a 6:00 p.m. (MT) contest.