Behind a career-high 34 points from Anthony Drmic, Boise State's men's basketball team rolled to an 89-70 victory against previously undefeated LSU at Taco Bell Arena.
The crowd of 11,210 was the 16th largest in school history and the second largest since 1999 for Boise State.
Drmic was held scoreless in last year's loss at LSU, missing all seven of his field goal attempts. Friday night, however, the 6-foot-6 sophomore made 12-of-18 field-goal attempts and 6-of-10 3-point attempts.
Ryan Watkins had a career-high 17 rebounds (10 offensive) for Boise State. He had 12 points.
Guard Derrick Marks scored 23 points, grabbed six rebounds, had six assists and four steals.
LSU forward Johnny O'Bryant III picked up three offensive fouls in the first half and was limited to 22 minutes before fouling out. O'Bryant, who had three consecutive double-doubles entering the game, finished with 15 points and five rebounds. He turned the ball over six times.
The Broncos improved to 7-2. Boise State's next game is against Idaho at CenturyLink Arena on Thursday night. LSU fell to 6-1.