Boise State Puts Away Idaho 86-63

Reggie Larry again showed why he is such a valuable member of the Boise State basketball team. His athleticism and inside presence was too much for Idaho last night, as the Broncos ran away from the Moscow school in Boise.

  Reggie Larry poured in 19 points, grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds and blocked four shots as Boise State whipped Idaho 86-63 last night at Taco Bell Arena.  Larry's spectacular effort places him in the all-time top ten Bronco performances in both rebounds and blocked shots for a game.

After another bad start for Boise State that saw the visitors open up a 19-14 lead, the Broncos woke up and went on a 42-6 run to put the game away.  Matt  Nelson aided Larry inside with 14 points and eight rebounds.  Coby Karl contributed 12 points, six rebounds and six assists, while Seth Robinson added 12 points and Kenny Wilson 10.  The key to the game was control of the glass, where Boise State commanded a 55-26 advantage.

David Jackson led Idaho with 15 points, while Keoni Watson finished with 12.

In its up and down season, Boise State is now 6-5 in the Western Athletic Conference and 12-10 overall.  Idaho has now lost 10 of their last 11 and are just 1-10 in the WAC and 3-20 overall.

Coach Greg Graham's team plays at San Jose State Saturday afternoon.



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