Rashaad Reynolds returned two fumbles for touchdowns, helping Oregon State beat Boise State 38-23 in the Hawaii Bowl in Honolulu on Tuesday.
The Beavers (7-6) set several Pac-12 records in handing Boise State (8-5) its worst loss in two months.
Pleasanton's Sean Mannion finished 24 of 33 for 259 yards and a touchdown to set a conference record for passing yardage in a season with 4,662 yards.
Biletnikoff Award-winner Brandin Cooks had 60 yards receiving and a touchdown to set a record for most receiving yards in season with 1,730 yards.
Antioch's Terron Ward scored on a 9-yard run in the second quarter to give the Beavers a 31-6 lead.
Reynolds had his first fumble recovery 12 minutes into the game when Scott Crichton stripped Boise State quarterback Grant Hedrick in the end zone. The ball popped forward to the 3-yard line, where Reynolds picked it up and ran it in.
Reynolds tacked on another fumble return in the second quarter on his way to game MVP honors. Troy Ware caught a 6-yard pass near the sideline for Boise State, but Larry Scott punched the ball out as Ware was falling to the ground. Reynolds picked it up and ran 70 yards to the end zone.
Matt Miller led Boise State with 11 catches for 206 yards and a touchdown, with most of the production coming after the game was decided. Miller was the Broncos' MVP for the game.
The Broncos were without Danville's Joe Southwick, who was sent home by interim coach Bob Gregory after the senior quarterback was accused of urinating off a hotel balcony last week. Southwick later told a TV station he didn't do it and was unfairly dismissed.
Cal: Junior cornerback Kameron Jackson announced via Twitter that he'll make himself available for the NFL draft. "Did a lot of thinking over these past couple weeks. My mind is made up! I've decided to declare for the 2014 NFL Draft!" he tweeted. Coach Sonny Dykes confirmed last week that Jackson, a 5-foot-9 native of Long Beach, was among five juniors who requested draft evaluations from the NFL. The others were running back Brendan Bigelow, linebacker Khairi Fortt, receiver Richard Rodgers and safety Michael Lowe.
Army: Intent on ending its losing streak against its arch rival, Army hired former Navy assistant Jeff Monken as its coach. Monken spent the past four seasons as coach at Georgia Southern after learning the triple-option offense under Paul Johnson during stints at Navy and Georgia Tech. He went 38-16 at the Football Bowl Subdivision school. "I am honored and humbled," said Monken, Army's 37th coach. Rich Ellerson was fired last week after his fifth straight loss to Navy.
Texas: Mack Brown was poised to return as coach in 2014 until he was told to resign at the insistence of school president Bill Powers, according to Yahoo Sports. The report goes against everything Brown, Powers and athletic director Steve Patterson said at a news conference Dec. 15. Brown said it was his decision to step down because "it's what's best for Texas." Powers and Peterson talked about Brown's class and character. Texas faces Oregon in the Alamo Bowl on Monday.
Award: Jameis Winston, Florida State's redshirt freshman quarterback, is The Associated Press national player of the year, adding to his cadre of postseason honors including the Heisman Trophy. The No. 1 Seminoles play No. 2 Auburn in the BCS title game Jan. 6 in Pasadena.
Staff writer Jeff Faraudo and MCT Information Services contributed to this report.