How Boise State and Baylor scored their points during the 2016 Cactus Bowl

FIRST QUARTER

Baylor—KD Cannon 30 pass from Zach Smith (Chris Callahan kick), 5:53. Key plays: Despite two penalties on the drive, the Bears drove mostly at will, getting started at their own 19 after Travon Blanchard intercepted Brett Rypien. On the first play, Smith hit Cannon for 49 yards. On the score, which was on third-and-25, Cannon leaped over cornerback Jonathan Moxey in the end zone. Drive: 6 plays, 81 yards, 2:21. Baylor 7, Boise State 0.

SECOND QUARTER

BSU—Tyler Rausa 24 field goal, 13:40. Key plays: Boise State converted three third downs on the drive, and Rypien converted a fourth-and-4 with a scramble to the Baylor 24. He also hit tight end Jake Roh for 12 yards to get to the Baylor 9 on third-and-7, but there was a 7-yard loss by Jeremy McNichols on the next play. Drive: 17 plays, 57 yards, 7:13. Baylor 7, Boise State 3.

Baylor—Cannon 68 pass from Zach Smith (Callahan kick), 12:14. Key plays: Smith was 4-for-4 on the drive, which had yet another Baylor penalty, but no matter: Cannon got ahead of Moxey, who couldn’t strip the ball, and Cannon ran unabated into the end zone. He had 168 yards after the score. Drive: 5 plays, 81 yards, 1:20. Baylor 14, Boise State 3.

Baylor—JaMycal Hasty 5 run (Callahan kick), 4:19. Key

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