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Dickenson Earns Mark, Carries Griz

Associated Press

Dave Dickenson became Montana’s all-time passing leader Saturday as he threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns to lead the No. 7 Division I-AA Grizzlies to a 54-6 victory over Minnesota-Duluth in Missoula. Dickenson broke Grady Bennett’s mark of 7,778 yards for Montana (2-1).

Montana 54, Minn.-Duluth 6

Minn.-Duluth 0 6 0 0 - 6

Montana 17 7 23 7 - 54

Mont-Pacheco 10 pass from Dickenson (kick failed)

Mont-Bebout 19 pass from Dickenson (Dickenson pass)

Mont-FG Larson 36 UMDHardwig 8 run (kick failed)

Mont-Douglass 50 punt return (Larson kick)

Mont-Branen 15 pass from Dickenson (Larson kick)

Mont-Branen 16 run (pass failed)

Mont-Gales 67 run (Larson kick)

Mont-FG Henkel 36

Mont-Paffhausen 13 run, (Larson kick)

A-12,508.

Duluth Montana First downs 18 27 Rushes-yards 56-178 33-228 Passing 71 330 Return Yards 63 117 Comp-Att-Int 9-27-3 26-39-1 Punts 7-243 3-136 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 4-36 7-82 Time of Possession 33:49 26:11

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGMinn.-Duluth, Hardwig 24-89, Theekle 7-41,

Flint 6-38, Jones 4-24, Siljendahl 8-22, Floystad 7-13. Montana, Gales 10-122, Branen 4-37, Morton 6-30, Stensrud 5-22, Paffhausen 3-15, Wilson 1-8, Dickenson 3-6, Ah Yat 1-0.

PASSINGMinn.-Duluth, Flaysland 18-5-2 50, Threkle 9-4-1 21. Montana, Dickenson 33-21-1 256, Paffhauson 4-4-0 69, Ah Yat 2-1-0 5.

RECEIVINGMinn.-Duluth, Bonine 5-34, Siljerdahl 1-15, Tschida 1-14, Conant 1-5, Hardwig 1-3. Montana, Pacheco 6-77, Wells 4-34, Bebout 2-32, Douglass 2-32, Kane 1-30, Olson 2-27, Morton 2-25, Branen 2-24, Tofanelli 2-16, Dolan 1-16, Utter 1-12, Gales 1-5.

Boise St. 38, Sam Houston 14

Tony Hilde threw for four touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Broncos (2-0) to the victory.

Sam Houston 0 7 0 7 - 14

Boise State 14 14 0 10 - 38

BSURichmond 26 pass from Hilde (Erickson kick) BSUIkebe 38 pass from Hilde (Erickson kick) BSUHilde 10 run (Erickson kick) BSUZimmerman 36 pass from Hilde (Erickson kick) SHSArmstrong 2 run (Hajdick kick) BSUErickson 47 FG BSUThomas 3 pass from Hilde (Erickson kick) SHSRobinson 27 interception return (Hajdick kick)

A-23,377.

SHS BSU First downs 14 23 Rushes-yards 40-124 40-264 Passing 194 296 Return Yards 50 7 Comp-Att-Int 17-28-1 16-33-3 Punts 10-36 6-43 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-0 Penalties-Yards 6-55 8-63 Time of Possession 30:51 29:09

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGSHSU, Coleman 19-84, Armstrong 6-17, Wylie 9-15. BSU, Edwards 16-110, Hurley 9-70, Hilde 8-63.

PASSINGSHSU, Schramek 17-28-1 194. BSU, Hilde 16-31-2 296, Paljetak 0-2-1 0.

RECEIVINGSHSU, Hutchinson 4-60, Pesak 3-64, Jones 3-41. BSU, Richmond 6-114, Zimmerman 3-63, Thomas 3-57.

Montana St. 13, Cal Poly SLO 10

Jeff Tuss threw a 10-yard touchdown pass with 3:46 left in the third quarter as the Bobcats (2-1) won at San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Montana St. 6 0 7 0 - 13

Cal Poly-SLO 7 3 0 0 - 10

CP-Ono 26 pass from Fisher (Tuthill kick)

MS-FG Groshelle 22

MS-FG Groshelle 24

CP-FG Tuthill 23

MS-Harry 10 pass from Tuss (Groshelle kick)

A-7,413.

MS CP First downs 21 14 Rushes-yards 51-202 31-46 Passing 159 132 Return Yards 97 57 Comp-Att-Int 12-25-2 12-29-3 Punts 4-31 7-41 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 5-54 6-59 Time of Possession 36:00 24:00

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGMontana St., Engelking 29-137, Hopkins 1-27, Tuss 8-24, Cormaney 3-14, Ephriam 4-9, Ryan 1-(minus 1), Crump 5-(minus 8). Cal Poly-SLO, Warren 20-89, Allshouse 2-9, Loud 1-6, Tuthill 1-(minus 20), Fisher 7-(minus 38).

PASSINGMontana St., Tuss 12-25-2-159. Cal Poly-SLO, Fisher 12-29-3-132.

RECEIVINGMontana St., Morgan 3-77, Hopkins 3-10, Engelking 2-26, Harry 2-12, Wilkins 1-32, Ephriam 1-2. Cal Poly-SLO, Peck 4-44, Shaddix 2-35, Ono 2-25, Loud 2-16, Snakenborg 1-12, Henry 1-0.

Idaho St. 52, Cal St. Northridge 0

In Pocatello, Idaho, Alfredo Anderson ran for 132 yards and two touchdowns to key the Bengals (2-0).

CSN 0 0 0 0 - 0

ISU 7 21 17 7 - 52

ISUJoseph 9 run (Ferrell kick)

ISUGiles 36 pass from Wetta (Ferrell kick) ISUYoung 16 pass from Wetta (Ferrell kick) ISUAnderson 15 run (Ferrell kick) ISUAnderson 8 run (Ferrell kick) ISUJoseph 2 run (Ferrell kick) ISUFG Harris 23 ISUSimmons 23 run (Harris kick)

CSN ISU First downs 6 23 Rushes-yards 28-69 52-262 Passing 48 226 Return Yards 159 35 Comp-Att-Int 7-24-2 16-32-0 Punts 2-11 6-60 Fumbles-Lost 5-4 4-3 Penalties-Yards 8-57 13-138 Time of Possession 20:27 39:33

Weber St. 49, St. Mary’s 14

At Ogden, Utah, Bryan Martin passed for three TDs as the Wildcats (1-2) rolled.

St. Mary’s 7 7 0 0 - 14

Weber St. 7 17 14 11 - 49

SMCBonner 5 run (Antongiovanni kick) WSUEckford 88 pass from Martin (Shields kick) WSUSainten 2 run (Shields kick) WSUFG Shields 20 SMCRichards 5 pass from Laird (Antongiovanni kick) WSUMimnaugh 6 pass from Martin (Shields kick) WSUSainten 13 run (Shields kick) WSUMcGhee 42 pass from Martin (Shields kick) WSUFG Shields 27 WSUFG Shields 45 WSUSafety, Tukuafu tackled Sangiocomo in end zone WSUFG Shields 46

A-10,507

SMC WEB First downs 16 31 Rushes-yards 32-102 52-200 Passing 126 376 Return Yards 31 122 Comp-Att-Int 16-33-2 26-45-1 Punts 7-42 3-40 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 5-1 Penalties-Yards 4-27 8-90 Time of Possession 22:39 37:11

NAU 62, Abilene Christian 0

At Flagstaff, Ariz., Jeff Lewis threw for 276 yards and six touchdowns as the Lumberjacks cruised.

Abilene Christian 0 0 0 0 - 0

N. Arizona 14 21 17 10 - 62

NAUAmerson 18 run (O’Leary kick) NAUMarshall 22 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUWarner 11 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUMarshall 27 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUMarshall 19 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUMarshall 6 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUMarshall 20 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUFG O’Leary 24 NAUFG O’Leary 43 NAUShelton 63 run (O’Leary kick)

A-6,011.

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