PHOENIX -- — Derrick Alston Jr. had 23 points as Boise State won its seventh straight game, rolling past San Jose State 106-54 on Thursday night.
It was the first time this season Boise State scored at least 100 points.
Ralph Agee had 13 points for the Spartans (1-5, 0-3), who have now lost five consecutive games.
Richard Washington, the Spartans’ leading scorer entering the contest at 22.0 points per game, scored nine points on 3-of-12 shooting.
Due to restricitions set in place by Santa Clara County in response to COVID-19, the
The game was played at Ability 360 Sports and Fitness Center. The Spartans have relocated to Phoenix to play their 2020-21 conference slate until regulations allow for their return to the Bay Area.
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