The Boise State victory extended the nations best winning streak to 20 games, and the Spartans nearly ruined it for the visiting Broncos.
Lee Marks had 140 yards and a touchdown for Boise State (9-0, WAC 6-0) which scored all its touchdowns on the ground en route to the WAC conference's best start since the 1996.
Boise QB, Jared Zabransky, completed 15 of 24 for 200 yards with a two-yard TD run, while Lawrence Bady, Antwaun Carter and Quinton Jones all added rushing scores for the visiting Broncos.
SJSU's Rufus Skillern caught 10 passes for 167 yards and a touchdown and Lance Martin rushed for 114 yards and two TDs for San Jose State (2-7, 1-5).
Martin is the "SpartanThunder.com" player of the game!
Fitz Hill looked like he had just lost his best friend when the final gun sounded. The heart- ache continues in San Jose, for now.
Boise's Jon Helmandollar scored his third touchdown of the game in the 2nd OT, and it was the deciding score. Boise QB, Jared Zabransky, passed for 200 yards and scored one of Boise's eight rushing touchdowns.
The Broncos forced the 1st overtime by blocking Jeff Carr's 30-yard field goal attempt with just over a minute remaining. The game was a for sure win, but the combination of the low trajectory of Carr's kick, and the slight block of a Boise lineman deflated many Spartan fans who were watching from both in person, and on televisons across the nation.
The victory boosts Boise state's record to 9-and-0, including 6-and-0 in the Western Athletic Conference.
The Spartans are 2-and-7, and still looking for fate to turn their way.
The bigger question is, how many loses will it take before SJSU president, Don Kassing, states that enough is enough and forces Hill to step down.
Only time will tell...