RENO, Nevada (Ticker) -- Nevada found out that not even snow can stop rampaging Broncos.
After six inches of snow was removed from the field before the game, Jared Zabransky came out hot and No. 10 Boise State plowed Nevada, 58-21, in a Western Athletic Conference matchup.
Zabransky threw all three of his touchdown passes in the first half as the Broncos opened up a 28-7 lead at the break. Zabransky completed 17-of-25 passes for 244 yards and was intercepted twice.
Boise State (11-0, 8-0 WAC) extended the nation's longest winning streak to 22 games and wrapped up its third consecutive WAC title with the win. The Broncos also completed the first unbeaten season in school history.
"I guess for me it's gratifying, not in the sense that we're undefeated, but that the guys were able to set a lofty goal and learn along the way," Boise State coach Dan Hawkins said. "I told them, 'Whatever happens in life, don't let anybody tell you you can't do something.'"
Nevada (5-7, 3-5) came in with the 98th-ranked scoring defense in the country and had no chance of slowing the Broncos. Boise State rolled up 558 yards of total offense and topped the 50-point mark for the fourth straight game and sixth time this season.
"I'm disappointed, there's no question about it. You've got to give them credit, they're a fine football team," Nevada coach Chris Ault said. "We fought hard and we didn't give up. I'm disappointed that we didn't play better and the players are too."
Jon Helmandollar added a pair of rushing TDs for Boise State, which rushed for 287 yards on 49 carries.
With the win, the Broncos established a new conference winning streak of 26 consecutive games. Since joining the WAC, Boise State is 29-2 in conference matchups.
Boise State could be headed for a showdown with Louisville in the Liberty Bowl, filling the spot of Mountain West champion Utah, which likely is headed for a BCS bowl.
"We want to play the best team possible in the best bowl possible. We can only control what we can control," Hawkins said. "I'm not a great politician, but our play speaks for itself. We can represent, I'll tell you that."