Idaho State coach Mike Kramer knew his team faced a likely insurmountable task against No. 17 Washington.
He was appreciative to get out of Seattle with his team's health mostly intact.
''The way (Washington) coach (Steve) Sarkisian and his staff treated us, knowing that we're wounded and not playing real well, one of the most outstanding examples of sportsmanship and care of other teams that I've ever seen,'' Kramer said.
Keith Price threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns in less than a half and Washington cruised to a 56-0 victory over Idaho State on Saturday.
The Bengals (2-1) of the FCS haven't won a road game since 2006. Last year, Nebraska hammered Idaho State 73-7 in Lincoln in a game that left the Bengals bruised and battered.
Idaho State was again beaten up, but this time it came only on the scoreboard.
''A couple of teams in our conference have been butchered by the Pac-12,'' Kramer said. ''We went on the table today and Steve's guys did not disappoint.''