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Boise State football played at New Mexico Nov. 8, 2014.
NCAA Football: Brigham Young at Boise State (USATSI)
Boise State football defeated Nevada 51-46, Oct. 4, in Reno, Nev. Jay Ajayi ran for 152 yards and three touchdowns.
Boise State vs. Colorado State
BOISE STATE CAREER
JUNIOR (2014): Named All-Mountain West honorable mention...appeared in all 14 games, making nine starts...tied for second in the Mountain West with seven touchdown catches and was fourth with 68 receptions...both figures led Boise State, while he was second on the team with 585 receiving yards...sits fifth on Boise State's all-time receptions list with 171...caught a career-high 14 passes, tied for third-most in a single game in Boise State history, for 53 yards, and carried once for 23 yards against Ole Miss (Aug. 28)...had four receptions for 63 yards and returned four punts for an average of 8.8 yards per return in win over Colorado State (Sept. 6)...caught six passes for 67 yards, with a long of 39, in win at Connecticut (Sept. 13)...had five catches for 32 yards and carried once for 33 yards against Louisiana (Sept. 20)...caught his first touchdown of the season, a 10-yard haul, among his six receptions for 33 yards at Air Force (Sept. 27)...also had a season-long 37-yard punt return against the Falcons...caught six passes for 54 yards and a touchdown in win at Nevada (Oct. 4)...hauled in a 21-yard touchdown pass and for the night paced the team with four catches for 41 yards against Fresno State (Oct. 17)...caught six passes for 89 yards and a touchdown against BYU (Oct. 24)...the 49-yard scoring play was his longest-career reception...had five catches for 53 yards and a pair of touchdowns at New Mexico (Nov. 8)...caught four balls for 32 yards in win over San Diego State (Nov. 15)...had two catches for 24 yards and a touchdown at Wyoming (Nov. 22)...caught six balls for 44 yards in win over Utah State (Nov. 29).
SOPHOMORE (2013): Named honorable mention All-Mountain West as both a wide receiver and return specialist...appeared in each of the Broncos' first 11 games of the season - including eight starts - before missing the final two games with an injury...ranked second on the team with 77 receptions, the fourth-most in a single season in school history...his 7.0 receptions per game led the team, ranked fifth in the MW and was 17th-nationally...total was also the third-most by an underclassman in the FBS...702 receiving yards ranked second on the team, as did his six touchdown receptions...all totals in the three main receiving categories were career bests...set career highs with 13 catches and 150 yards against Utah State (Oct. 12)...reception total was the highest by a Bronco since Tim Gilligan had 16 against Louisiana Tech, Oct. 4, 2003...also had double-digit receptions against BYU (10; Oct. 25) and Wyoming (11; Nov. 16)...three games with 10-or-more catches are the most by a Bronco in a single season since Rodney Smith had four such games in 1997...had multiple catches in every game played, including nine with five-or-more...career-best two receiving touchdowns against UT Martin (Sept. 7)...rushed 10 times for 73 yards and a touchdown against Southern Miss (Sept. 28)...also caught a touchdown pass against the Golden Eagles...Broncos' primary punt returner had 16 for 233 yards on the season...average of 14.6 yards per return ranked tied for 11th-nationally and led the MW...career-long 43-yard return against the Skyhawks...also returned six kickoffs for 130 yards (21.7-yard average)...named Fall 2013 Academic All-Mountain West...served as a Game Captain against BYU (Oct. 25).
FRESHMAN (2012): Appeared in each of the Broncos' 13 games during his debut season, including three starts...first-career start came against New Mexico (Sept. 29)...caught 25 passes, ranking fourth on the team, for 142 yards and a touchdown...first-career touchdown catch came against New Mexico (Sept. 29)...carried 21 times for 97 yards and two touchdowns...first-career rushing score came against Wyoming (Oct. 27)...also rushed for a score against Hawaii (Nov. 10)...season-high five receptions against Nevada (Dec. 1)...season-high 27 receiving yards against the Lobos...season-high four carries against Miami (Ohio), Sept. 15...season-high 46 rush yards against the Cowboys...returned 13 kickoffs for a 24.9-yard average...season-long 47-yard return against Washington in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
As a senior was named first-team all-district at both wide receiver and returner...team's captain and most valuable player carried 53 times for 327 yards and eight touchdowns, and caught 67 passes for 1,057 yards and 11 touchdowns...junior year was named district offensive most valuable player and first-team all-district...squad's most valuable player rushed 80 times for 640 yards and 11 touchdowns and caught 43 passes for 877 yards and nine touchdowns...sophomore year named honorable mention All-Region II District 13 after catching 25 passes for 215 yards...squad won the district championship... three-year letterwinner in football, and a four-year letterwinner in track and field...freshman year won the 300-meter hurdles and 4x4 district championships...sophomore year was the 4x1 district regional runner-up and state finalist...named academic all-district following his junior and senior seasons, and was also named academic all-state following his final prep campaign...head coach was Drew Svoboda.
MAJOR - Undeclared
BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED - Two