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Big Sky roundup: Trey Tuttle, Jake Constantine lift Weber State over Sacramento State

UPDATED: Sat., Nov. 3, 2018, 11:04 p.m.

Weber State’s Jake Constantine  passes the ball against Sacramento State during the first half  Saturday in Ogden, Utah. (MATT HERP / AP)
Weber State’s Jake Constantine passes the ball against Sacramento State during the first half Saturday in Ogden, Utah. (MATT HERP / AP)
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Jake Constantine passed for two touchdowns and Trey Tuttle added a pair of field goals and Weber State defeated Sacramento State 26-14 on Saturday in Ogden, Utah, to win its fourth straight and remain bunched among Big Sky Conference leaders.

Tuttle kicked field goals of 42 and 35 yards in the first half, and Constantine threw a 20-yard scoring pass to Darryl Denby wide open in the end zone as the Wildcats built a 13-0 lead after a half.

Weber State, ranked No. 5 in the FCS coaches’ poll, pushed the lead to 19-0 when Constantine connected with Rashid Shaheed from 20 early in the third quarter.

Montana 57, Southern Utah 14: Dalton Sneed passed for 323 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions, and the Grizzlies defeated the Thunderbirds in Cedar City, Utah.

The Grizzlies led 30-14 at halftime and outscored the Thunderbirds 27-0 in the second half.

Montana had no turnovers and outgained Southern Utah 635-241 in total offense. Sneed had three of his five TD passes in the third quarter, two to Samuel Akem, who had his third straight game with at least two TDs.

Jeremy Calhoun ran 16 times for 99 yards and a touchdown for Montana. Sneed added 52 yards on eight carries.

UC Davis 42, Northern Arizona 20: Tehran Thomas and Keelan Doss scored two touchdowns apiece and the Aggies routed the Lumberjacks in Davis, California.

Doss capped the opening drive of the game with a 25-yard catch in the end zone from Jake Maier for the Aggies. Thomas capped the next two possessions, turning a swing pass into a 39-yard touchdown and running 5 yards for a score and a 21-0 lead after one quarter.

Montana State 49, Cal Poly 42: Isaiah Ifanse ran for 227 yards and three touchdowns in the Bobcats’ win over the Mustangs in Bozeman, breaking the school’s single-game rushing record by a freshman in the process.

Ifanse’s total is also the seventh most in school history. It broke Aaron Mason’s freshman record of 192 yards set in 2006 at Northern Arizona.

Idaho State 48, Portland State 45: Tanner Gueller threw for 344 yards and four touchdowns as the Bengals defeated the Vikings in Portland.

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