It’s Louisiana Tech 28, Idaho 14 at halftime in the Kibbie Dome — and it feels like the Vandals could be down by a lot more. The Bulldogs have abused Idaho’s secondary, especially on corner routes into the end zone. LTU quarterback Ross Jenkins has lofted three easy touchdown passes and the Bulldogs have had lots of success on quick screen passes to their shifty wideouts and backs.
Perhaps the most surprising development here in Moscow is the sputtering offensive attack for the Vandals. Nathan Enderle is just 10 of 22 for 124 yards and one interception. He’s overshot receivers on deep balls and been hurt by a couple drops.