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STORY BY STEVE SCHAACK-ISU SPORTS INFORMATION
POCATELLO, Idaho- Idaho State continues its road trip through the state of Utah when it plays at BYU on Saturday, November 16 at 1 p.m. The game will be broadcasted live on BYUTV with Dave McCann and Blaine Fowler calling the action. Fans can listen to the game on 930 CBS Sports Radio and Rock 102.5 with Jerry Miller and Brad Bugger calling the action.
Bengals Play 1/3 of Schedule Against Schools From Utah
By the time the 2013 season is over Idaho State will have played four of its 12 games vs. teams in the state of Utah. ISU opened the season on Sept. 7 vs. Dixie State at home and then played at SUU on Oct. 26, BYU on Nov. 16. The Bengals close out the season Nov. 23 at Weber State. In 2014, ISU opens the season at Utah.
Bengals Against FBS Teams
With the loss to Washington, Idaho State is 0-19 against FBS schools since beating Utah State 27-24 at USU in 2000. Since 2008, the FBS opponents Idaho State has faced are; Air Force, Nebraska, BYU, Washington State, Utah State, Georgia, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Boise State and Idaho. ISU plays at BYU on Nov. 16.
Did You Know...
Idaho State quarterback Justin Arias was coached by BYU offensive line coach Garett Tujague at the College of the Canyons.
Most Rushing Yards by a Bengal Since 2004
1. 1117 Josh Barnett (200-1117) 2006
2. 1022 Josh Barnett (203-1022) 2007
3. 793 Josh Barnett (161-793) 2005
4. 783 Ken Cornist (175-783) 2005
5. 728 Xavier Finney (164-728) 2013
Final Game Notes from Portland State
- Saturday's game captains were Justin Arias, Cameron Richmond, Trevor Spence and Jake Pele.
- Chad Hansen's 80-yard touchdown reception was the 10th longest pass play in Idaho State history.
- Luke Austin is now in eighth place for career receiving yards with 2,089. Brett Fowler currently sits in seventh with 2,179. Austin is in eighth place in career receptions with 151 and needs two to move into seventh and seven to move into sixth place. Austin now has 20 touchdowns, ranking him fifth for most career receiving touchdowns.
- Justin Aria's 315 passing yards ranks him fourth on the ISU single-season list for passing yards with 3,354. He now has 289 completions, ranking him third and his 497 passing attempts ranks third on the single-season Top 10.
- Brendon Garcia moved into second place for most extra points in a career with 87 and his 41-yard field goal gave him 39 for his career. He needs three to become the all-time leader for field goals made.