NCAA Game Summary - San Jose State at Idaho|
(Saturday, December 4th)
Final Score: Idaho 26, San Jose State 23 (OT)
Moscow, ID (Sports Network) - Nathan Enderle threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to
Eric Greenwood in overtime to lift the Idaho Vandals over the San Jose State
Spartans, 26-23, in Western Athletic Conference action.
Enderle threw for 250 yards with no interceptions in the win for Idaho (6-7,
Jordan La Secla threw for 310 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions
in defeat for San Jose State (1-12, 0-8), which got eight catches and 127
receiving yards from Jalal Beauchman.
San Jose State got the ball first in overtime, and after gaining just three
yards on three plays, the Spartans had to settle for a 39-yard field goal by
Harrison Waid. Idaho faced a third and eight on its overtime possession, and
that's when Enderle and Greenwood hooked up for the game-winning score.
After a scoreless first quarter, San Jose State took a 7-0 lead midway through
the second stanza on a 72-yard touchdown run by David Freeman.
Idaho managed to cut its deficit to 7-3 less than four minutes later on a 33-
yard Trey Farquhar field goal.
In the third quarter, the Spartans stretched their advantage to 13-3 on a 13-
yard scoring scamper by Brandon Rutley. Waid missed the extra point.
Idaho scored its first touchdown of the day with 3:24 remaining in the third
frame, as Troy Vital plunged into the end zone from one yard out.
The Vandals took their first lead of the game just 10 seconds into the fourth
quarter, as they grabbed a 17-13 advantage on a 37-yard touchdown run by
Justin Veltung. That edge was pushed to 20-13 midway through the final stanza
when Farquhar booted a 32-yard field goal.
On the ensuing possession, San Jose State drove 80 yards on six plays, and La
Secla tied the score at 20-20 with a six-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Otten.
12/04 21:45:57 ET