BOISE, Idaho (AP) Derrick Marks scored 19 points as Boise State rolled to an 86-36 victory against overmatched San Jose State on Wednesday night.
Montigo Alford added a season-best 14 points as the Broncos (13-6, 3-3) recorded their third straight victory. The 50-point margin was the second largest in a conference game in Mountain West history.
Rashad Muhammad scored 13 points for San Jose State (2-17, 0-7), which lost its ninth straight game. The Spartans had nearly twice as many turnovers (20) as field goals (11) and shot just 25 percent from the field.
Boise State rolled off 16 straight points, over nearly four minutes, in the first half to open up a 24-point lead. Marks scored 14 in the first half and knocked down a 3-pointer with four seconds left in the half to give the Broncos a 45-17 advantage.
Boise State had a 31-2 edge in points off turnovers.