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Idaho State game notes

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IDAHO STATE 2013 BENGAL FOOTBALL
Game 3: Idaho State at No. 17/20 Washington
First Meeting Sept. 21, 20131 p.m. (MST)Husky Stadium
- $16 or adults,- $8 or children, seniors and groups o 10-24 andor up to our ISU student guests.- All ISU students get in ree with student-id.
SATURDAY’S GAME
Ater opening the 2013 season with two straight home games, the Idaho State ootball teamtravels to No. 17/20 Washington on Saturday, Sept. 21. Kicko is set or 1 p.m. (MST) and the gamewill be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network with Kevin Calabro (Play-by-play), Yogi Ruth (analyst)and Jill Savage (sideline) proving the commentary. Jerry Miller and Tim Lewis will carry the actionlive on Rock 102.5 and 930 CBS Sports Radio. The pregame radio show begins at 12 p.m. (MST).ISUbengals.com will have live audio and live stats o the game.
TAllYinG Up ThE YARDS
Justin Arias has thrown or over 400 yards in his rst two games as the starting quarterback. Ariasthrew or ninth most yards in program history vs. Dixie St with 439. He had 429 vs. Western State,the 10th most in program history. Through two games he has passed or 868 yards and ourtouchdowns with a completion percentage o 66.3. He has completed 65 passes on 98 attemptswith one interception.
ThRowinG oR ovER 400
 There have been 15 times an Idaho State quarterback has thrown or over 400 yards in a game.Five o those instances has happened since Mike Kramer has been head coach. Along with Arias’two perormances to start the 2013 season, Kevin Yost had games o 529, 508 and 448 passingyards in 2011 and 2012. The school record or most passing yards in a game is 589 by Vern Harrisat Montana in 1985.
CliMbinG ThE win lADDER
With the 2-0 start, Idaho State coach Mike Kramer has 82 overall wins in his coaching career andsits in ourth place on the Big Sky Conerence all-time victories list. NAU coach Jerome Souers isthird on the list with 84. Kramer is tied or third or most Big Sky Conerence wins with 54. Souersis second that list with 55.
bEnGAlS AGAinST bS opponEnTS
Idaho State plays at Washington and BYU this year. The last time Idaho State deeated an FBSopponent was a 27-24 victory at Utah State in 2000. Since that victory, ISU is 0-18 against FBSteams. Since 2008, the FBS opponents Idaho State has aced are; Air Force, Nebraska, BYU,Washington State, Utah State, Georgia, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Boise State and Idaho.
REYES DoES iT All
CJ Reyes is the starting punter, punt returner and the back up quarterback or the Bengals.Reyes has punted seven times this year or an average o 39.7 yards a kick with a season-longpunt o 46-yards. He has returned one punt or our yards. He has yet to see time at quarterback although in 2012 he completed 21 passes on 33 attempts or 177 yards and one touchdown. Histouchdown came on a 28-yard strike to Luke Austin at Nebraska.
 
Idaho State MedIa RelatIonS Football ContaCt: Steve SChaaCk (208) 406-3570 SChaSte4@ISu.edu
SEpTEMbER7 Dxe State w, 40-1414 wester State w, 29-3
21 at Washington 1 p.m. (MST)28 *at UC Davis 7 p.m. (MST)
oCTobER5 *nrt Data 2:05 .m.12 *nrter Crad 3:05 .m.
19 *at NAU 5:05 p.m. (MST)26 at SUU 1:00 p.m.
novEMbER2 *Easter wasgt 3:05 .m.9 *prtad State 3:05 MST
16 at BYU 1 p.m.23 *at Weber State 1 p.m.
*Denotes Big Sky Conference game All times listed are Mountain Standard Time Zone and subject to change.
2013 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
bg Sy oera
 
Idaho State 0-0 2-0Montana 0-0 2-0Eastern Washington 0-0 2-1Montana State 0-0 2-1Portland State 0-0 2-1Southern Utah 0-0 2-1Northern Arizona 0-0 1-1
Cal Poly 0-0 1-2North Dakota 0-0 1-2Northern Colorado 0-0 1-2Sacramento State 0-0 1-2Weber State 0-0 1-2UC Davis 0-0 0-3
Recrd: 2-0 bg Sy: 0-0
2013 Big Sk StandingsBENGAL FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION
SinGlE GAME TiCkET pRiCES
ALL IDAHO STATE FOOTBALL GAMES wILL BE BROADCAST ON 102.5 FM AND 930 AM JERRy MILLER AND TIM LEwIS wILL CALL THEACTION.
 
2013 •
idaho state BeNGaL FootBaLL
• GAME NOTES
MIKE KRAMER FILE
IDAHO STATE 2013 BENGAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
Career Record: 82-94 overallCareer big Sky Record: 54-59
One o the most successul coaches in Big Sky ootballhistory is now an Idaho State Bengal. Mike Kramer washired to be the Bengal’s 25th head coach in programhistory on Nov. 22, 2010. Since being given the chargeto rebuild the Bengal ootball program, ISU has madegreat strides on the feld, in the classroom and in thecommunity. The ootball program recorded a perect single-year APRscore o 1,000 or the 2011-12 academic year. In the allo 2012 a record 20 players were named to the Big SkyAll-Academic team, breaking the record o 17 that wasset by Kramer’s 2011 team.In the all o 2011, the team had a GPA o 3.04 and51 out o the 80 student-athletes had a 3.0 or higher. Those numbers were topped in the spring when theootball team had a team GPA o 3.16 and had 53 o 79student-athletes earn a 3.0 or higher. Since the summero 2012 the Bengal ootball program has graduated arecord 27 players.In the community, the Bengals spent the spring doingover 1,000 hours o community service in the Pocatelloand Chubbuck communities. The team participated incanned ood and recycle drives, clothing drives, ed thehomeless and bagged groceries at a local super market.In Kramer’s frst two seasons, the Bengal oense has setnumerous Big Sky and Idaho State single-season record.In 2011 the Bengal oense set numerous single-seasonand single-game oensive records led by the play o Ro-drick Rumble and Kevin Yost. Rumble broke the Big Skyand Bengal ootball single-season record or receptionswith 112 and he had the third most receiving yards inBengal history with 218 at Washington State. Rumble,A.J. Storms and punter David Harrington all earned var-ious All-American honors at the conclusion o the 2011season and oensive lineman Braeden Clayson signed aree agent contract with the Arizona Cardinals. The 2012 season saw Rumble became the ISU all-timeleader in receptions and receiving yards and he signeda ree-agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts. TightEnd Josh Hill signed a ree-agent contract with the NewOrleans Saints and the oense set a Big Sky record orcompletions and attempts.Kramer’s has previously been the head coach at ellowBig Sky Conerence schools, Eastern Washington andMontana State.He is one o only fve coaches in Big Sky history benamed Big Sky Coach o the Year three times, twice whileat Montana State and once at Eastern Washington. Hehas 80 career wins, 54 o which came in league play,ranks ourth all-time in conerence history. He is the onlycoach to win Big Sky Coach o the Year honors at twodierent schools. His 54 Big Sky wins ranks tied or thirdwith Don Read (Montana).
GARCiA o To hoT START
Idaho State kicker Brendon Garcia is a perect 7-or-7 on eld goals in the rst twogames. Against Western State he tied his career-long with a 50-yard eld goal in theourth quarter. The 50-yarder ties Grifn Thomas o Jacksonville State or the longesteld goal made in the FCS this season. Garcia also had two 50-yarders as a reshmanin 2010. Garcia was 6-12 rom eld goals in 2012. Garcia has been named the Big SkyConerence Special Teams Player o the Week or back-to-back weeks.
book SMARTS
Since taking over as head coach o the Bengal ootball program in November o 2010,the Idaho State ootball program has turned into one o the top academic programs inthe country as the team boasted a perect 1,000 APR score or the 2011-12 school year.Kramer has graduated 54 players since being named head coach and he currently haseight players on the team who have already earned their degree in Justin Arias, JakePele, Jon Davidson, Tanner Davis, Cameron Gupton, Cameron Richmond, James Bergrenand Kimo Makaula. ISU ootball also had a record 20 student-athletes earned AcademicAll-Big Sky Conerence honors in 2012.
RiChMonD o To hoT START
Idaho State wide receiver Cameron Richmond has had a career-high in receptions andreceiving yards or two straight weeks. In the win over Dixie State, Richmond had acareer-high 149 receiving yards on nine receptions. A week later he tied his career-highin receptions with 12 and set his career-mark in receiving yards with 152. He also scoredhis rst touchdown o the season in the 29-3 win over Western State.
SACk hAppY
 Through the rst two games, the Idaho State deense has 10 sacks, topping the mark o nine the team had 2012. In 2011, ISU had 15 sacks and in 2010 the team had 16.
bEnGAlS AMonG CS nCAA STAT lEADERS
 The Idaho State oense ranks 4th in total oense (552.5), rst in passing (434), ourthin total deense (261.5) and rst in scoring deense (8.5). Justin Arias’ 466 total yardso oense vs. Dixie State is the th best mark by an FCS individual to date and his 36completions vs. Western State is the second most completions by an FCS quarterback in2013.Here is a look at where the Bengals rank individually in the NCAA stats.
Camer Rcmd
 16th- All-purpose yards, (150.5); 17th, receiving yards (301); 2nd, Receiving Yards Pergame (150.5); 1st, receptions per game (10.5).
 Just Aras
1st, Completions per game (32.5); 7th, passing yards (868); 1st, passing yards per game(434); 1st total oense (453).
bred Garca
 1st, FG per game (3.5); 5th scoring (13.5).
inDiviDUAl SinGlE GAME RECoRD oR ToTAl YARDS
1- 587 Verne Harris 589 Passing, -2 rushing; 1985 at Montana2- 535 Kevin McCarthy 553 passing, -18 rushing; 1999 at SUU3- 517 Kevin Yost; 508 passing, 9 yards rushing; 2011 vs. Northern Colorado4- 515 Kevin McCarthy, 477 passing, 38 rushing; Eastern Washington 19995- 513 Kevin Yost; 529 passing, -16 rushing; 2012 vs. Sacramento State
 
2011 •
idaho state BeNGaL soCCeR
• GAME NOTES
 
2013 •
idaho state BeNGaL FootBaLL
• GAME NOTES
6- 466 Justin Arias; 439 passing, 27 rushing; 2013 vs. Dixie State
ToTAlinG ThE YARDS
Here is a look at the most total yards the Bengals have had in a game since 2004.1- 651 vs. Black Hills State (2012)2- 580 vs. Dixie State (2013)3- 535 vs. Northern Colorado (2011)4- 527 vs. Sacramento State (2012)5- 526 vs. Western State (2011)6- 525 vs. Western State (2013)
RUShinG YARDS
Here is a look at the most rushing yards Idaho State has had in a game since 2009.1- 221 vs. Montana Western (2010)2- 178 vs. Sacramento State (2008)3- 145 vs. Weber State (2009);4- 141 vs. Dixie State (2013).
ThE lAST TiME….
Idaho State started a season 2-0 was in 1999. That year ISU opened the season beating,Eastern Oregon 54-28 and Fort Lewis 42-3.
RECAppinG ThE win ovER wESTERn STATE
- Cameron Richmond tied his career high in receptions with 12 and broke his career-highin receiving yards or the second-straight week with 152.- Idaho State is 2-0 or the rst time since 1999.- Broc Malcom saw his rst action as a Bengal, catching ve passes or 71 yards.- Today CJ Reyes returned punts and was the starting punter or the Bengals.- The Bengals three sacks gave them 10 on the season. ISU had only nine or the entire2012 season.- Drew Sharkey recovered his rst umble o his career.- Tyler Wright had a career-high seven receptions on 89 yards and one touchdown.
oEnSE TREnDinG UpwARD
Since the 2011 season when Mike Kramer was named head coach, the Bengal oensehas shown steady improvement each year. Here is a look at the Bengal oensivenumbers since 2009.
pts per Game passg Yards Tta Yards
2009 12.9 198 240.92010 15.6 169.5 225.72011 18.5 301.9 3302012 20.7 351.5 3982013 34.5 434 552.5
piCkinG Up whERE ThEY lET o
Cameron Richmond and Luke Austin nished the 2012 season with 112 catches or1,350 yards and 12 touchdowns. The two combined or 16 catches or 268 yards andone touchdown last week against Dixie State. Richmond had a then-career-high 149receiving yards on nine receptions and Austin caught seven passes or 119 yards and onetouchdown.
IDAHO STATE 2013 BENGAL FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
Overall Big Sky
 
E. Washington (1994) 4-7 2-5E. Washington (1995) 3-8 1-6E. Washington(1996) 6-5 4-4E. Washington (1997) 12-2 7-1*E. Washington (1998) 5-6 4-4E. Washington (1999) 7-4 5-2Montana State (2000) 0-11 0-8Montana State (2001) 5-6 4-3Montana State (2002) 7-6 5-2*Montana State (2003) 7-6 5-2*Montana State (2004) 6-5 4-3Montana State (2005) 7-4 5-2*Montana State (2006) 8-5 5-2Idaho State (2011) 2-9 1-7Idaho State (2012) 1-10 0-8Idaho State (2013) 2-0 0-0
Totals: 82-94 54-59
 
where Are the Bengals From
 
O the 82 players on the roster, 72 come rom thestates o Idaho, Washington and Caliornia. Here isa look at the break down.32- Idaho: 23- Caliornia: 16- Washington: 2- Utah:2- Oregon: 1- Georgia: 1- Hawai’i: 1- Wisconsin: 1-Alabama: 1- Florida: 1- Nevada:1- Minnesota
Home Gron
 
Here is a breakdown o where the players are romin Idaho.
Merda
: 7 players (Chris Edwards, Hayden Stout,Cody Abbott, Zak Johnson, Drew Spanner, JimBagley, Chase Place)
bse:
6 players (Nick Beckman, Daniel McSurdy,Luke Austin, Madison Mangum, Pat Carter, TylerKuder)
pcate:
4 players (Kai Campbell, Taison Manu, Thomas Ryan, Colton Shreve)
Aerdee:
1 player (Trevor Spence)
Cuer d’ Aee:
1 player (Jeremiah Hazard)
Ruert:
1 player (Keelan McCaery)
Sam:
1 player (Riley Sessions)
Dayt:
1 player (Mitch Beckstead)
Dec:
1 player (Sage Warner)
rutad:
1 player (Tyler Graves)
ida Cty:
1 player (David Forester)
ida as:
4 players (Michael Berger, Derek Kaasa, Daniel Guthmiller, Braeden Mitchell)
Muta hme:
1 player (Tyler Wright)
nama:
2 players. (Christian Gines, Mario Jenkins
 
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