Idaho State scored on each of its first five possessions, punting for the first time with a little more than 13 minutes left in the game on the way to a 29-3 win over Western State Colorado.
The Bengals are 2-0 for the first time since 1999.
''It's been a long time since we've won two in a row,'' said Idaho State coach Mike Kramer. ''Now let's see if we can play well for the rest of the season.''
The Big Sky Conference's top passing game continued to perform well with ISU quarterback Justin Arias completing 37 of his 54 passes for 436 yards and two touchdowns. Arias also ran for another touchdown. It's the second week in a row that Arias has topped 400 yards passing, putting him atop the Big Sky in that category.
''Justin played pretty well,'' Kramer said. ''He was under duress, some of it was self-imposed. He'll play much better in weeks to come.''
Receiver Cameron Richmond was tops for the Bengals with 12 catches for 152 yards, finding the end zone once. Tight end Tyler Wrigh...