Thursday, December 22, 2011

Doug Martin Breaks School Record for All-Purpose Yards in a Game

From the opening kickoff, you sensed this was going to be a special night for Doug Martin.

Martin took the kickoff and returned it all the way down the sideline for 102 yards (credited with 100) that gave Boise State the lead.  He then proceeded to rush for 151 yards, caught three passes for 26 yards, and returned another kickoff 24 yards.  That's 301 yards of all-purpose rushing, the first time in school history that a Boise State player has gone over the 300-yard mark.

The previous record was set by Brock Forsey in 2000 against Northern Iowa, when he rang up 292 yards.

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