Alston, Boise State roll over NAIA Life Pacific 126-49.

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Redshirt junior Derrick Alston scored 25 points and Boise State set a program scoring record with a 126-49 win over Life Pacific on Tuesday night.

The previous scoring record was 118 points in 1971. The Broncos shot 62% from the floor and made 17-of-31 3-pointers; 55%. The 77-point win also is a program record.

Justinian Jessup had 19 points for Boise State, RJ Williams added 17 points and 14 rebounds and Alex Hobbs had 14 points and seven assists.

Kyler Villarreal had 13 points for the NAIA-member Warriors.

Boise State takes on Oregon on the road on Saturday.


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