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Top 10 performances of Boise State football's 2011 season

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The Top 10 performances of Boise State football's 2010 season could just be a Kellen Moore season-in-review, but this OBNUG list is an equal-opportunity collection, except for kickers. But everyone else is eligible.

No. 10 - D.J. Harper, 24 carries for 125 yards and two touchdowns versus TCU. I forget how things turned out in this one.

No. 9 - Byron Hout, 18 tackles versus Air Force. Hat tip to Air Force for running that fullback dive play so many times.

No. 8 - Doug Martin, 200 yards and three touchdowns versus Colorado State. To be fair, everyone had a great performance against Colorado State; Martin just had his in about 10 minutes of work.

No. 7 - Kellen Moore, five touchdowns and no picks against UNLV. Oh, and that little all-time wins record.

No. 6 - Tyler Shoemaker, 10 catches for 130 yards and three touchdowns against San Diego State.

No. 5 - Kellen Moore, 85 percent completions and three touchdowns against New Mexico. Even after the New Mexico exchange rate, those numbers are pretty great.

No. 4 - Doug Martin, 301 all-purpose yards, a kickoff return touchdown, and 150 rushing yards versus Arizona State in the Las Vegas Bowl. Eat your heart out, Max Hall.

No. 3 - Shea McClellin, 2.5 sacks versus Georgia. Quite possibly one of the best defensive players Aaron Murray saw all season.

No. 2 - Kellen Moore, 455 yards and five touchdowns against Toledo.

No. 1 - Kellen Moore, 82 percent completions, 260 yards, and three touchdowns versus Georgia. And one extremely goofy postgame picture.

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Your turn

What did you think the best performance of the year was? What performances should have made the list but didn't? Share your thoughts in the comments.