Rob Gray, USA TODAY Sports

Tyler Rausa Breaks Single-Season Boise State Broncos Record

One Tyler passed another into the Boise State record book.

SAN DIEGO--Boise State placekicker Tyler Rausa booted his way into history this afternoon against Northern Illinois in the Poinsettia Bowl.

Rausa's second field goal of the game pushed him past Tyler Jones for the Boise State single-season record with 25.  Earlier, Rausa's second extra point allowed him to pass former Utah kicker Louie Sakoda for the single-season Mountain West Conference scoring record by a kicker.  Sakoda previously held the MW record with 122.

Rausa is already 10th in career field goals at Boise State in his first season.

Field Goals, Season

1.    Tyler Rausa (25) 2015

2.    Tyler Jones (24) 2004 

3.    Mike Dodd (22) 1992

4.    Tyler Jones (19) 2003

5.    Roberto Moran (18) 1986

5.    Kyle Brotzman (18) 2009

7.    Dan Goodale (17) 2013

7.    Mark Jensen (17) 1982

7.    Kyle Brotzman (17) 2008

10.  Tony Massagli (16) 1983

10.  Roberto Moran (16) 1985

10.  P.K. Wiggins (16) 1987

10.  Kyle Brotzman (16) 2007

10.  Kyle Brotzman (16) 2010

10.  Dan Goodale (16) 2014

Mountain West Single-Season Scoring:

RankPlayerPtsYearSchool
1. Jay Ajayi 192 2014 Boise State
2. Kapri Bibbs 186 2013 Colorado State
3. Luke Staley 170 2001 Brigham Young
4. Jeremy McNichols 156 2015 Boise State
5. Stefphon Jefferson 150 2012 Nevada
6. Davante Adams 144 2013 Fresno State
7. Tyler Rausa 132 2015 Boise State
7. Chance Harridge 132 2002 Air Force
9. Dontrell Moore 126 2003 New Mexico
10. Louie Sakoda 121 2008 Utah
  Jared Roberts 121 2013 Colorado State
12. Donnel Pumphrey 120 2014 San Diego State
  Ronnie Hillman 120 2011 San Diego State
14. Jeff Babcock 118 2002 Colorado State
15. John Sullivan 117 2007 New Mexico
16. Dan Goodale 115 2014 Boise State
17. Donnel Pumphrey 114 2015 San Diego State
  Jay Ajayi 114 2013 Boise State
  Doug Martin 114 2011 Boise State
20. Keith Boyea 110 2001 Air Force
21. Matt Payne 109 2001 Brigham Young
22. Dee Hart 108 2014 Colorado State
  Dan Goodale 108 2013 Boise State
  Ronnie Hillman 108 2010 San Diego State
Ryan Harrison 108 2008 Air Force


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