BOISE, Idaho -- 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.
Kyler Villarreal had 13 points for the NAIA-member Warriors.
Boise State takes on Oregon on the road on Saturday.
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