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Boise State had their end of the year slip up happen again and for the second year in a row it was the kicking game that let them down as the fell to TCU 36-35. This loss not only ruins their undefeated season, but with Houston still undefeated, they will most likely fall out of any BCS game opportunity. QB Kellen Moore brought the Broncos back down for the opportunity after TCU scored on QB Casey Pachall 25 yard TD pass to Brandon Carter and then 2 pt conversion pass to Josh Boyce to put the Horn frogs up 1 with minute left, but Freshman kicker Dan Goodale’s kicked sailed wide right from 39 yards away.

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