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Boise State shocks Virginia Tech with late touchdown
Boise State couldn’t answer that score. Kyle Brotzman missed wide left from 30 yards and Hazley answered with a 34-yarder for Virginia Tech to make it 30-26.
With no timeouts left, that incomplete pass helped a lot. Then Mitch Burroughs broke off a 25-yard punt return — a flag for a possible illegal block was picked up by the officials — that set up Moore at the Boise State 44.
After an incomplete throw, Moore and Pettis connected for the fourth lead change of the second half — and there was joy in Boise.
Tyrod Taylor, who carried the Hokies all game, couldn’t come up with one drive. Defending Western Athletic Conference champion Boise State knelt on the ball and now faces a schedule in which it will likely be favored, usually heavily favored, the rest of the season.
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