Colorado State Overcomes 20-Point 4th Quarter Deficit To Upset Boise State On Wild Hail Mary

Colorado State pulled off an epic comeback to win in epic fashion on Saturday night against Boise State.

In the final seconds of Saturday’s game against Boise State, the Rams were trailing 30-24 when Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi threw up a Hail Mary. Boise State defensive backs knocked the ball down and miraculously having it land in Dallin Holker’s hands for a touchdown.

Here’s the play:

The wild played tied the score at 30-30 and the Rams kicker Jordan Noyes was able to kick through the game-winning extra point to give Colorado State the improbably victory.


The victory was stunning after the Rams, who trailed 30-10 with 6:12 play. First CSU went 75 yards on six plays and scored to cut the lead to 30-17. They, were then able to recover an onside kick and quickly drive the ball down the field to cut the lead to 30-24 after  Fowler-Nicolosi hit Dylan Goffney for another touchdown that cut Boise State’s lead to 30-24 with 1:53 remaining.

Then, the Rams executed a second successful onside kick recovery and were able to connect on the miracle Hail Mary.

With the win, Colorado State improved to 3-3 overall and 1-1 in Mountain West play on the season. CSU has won three of four since its double-overtime loss at Colorado back on Sept. 16.