Vandals prevail at Western Michigan

IDAHO (3-2) REBOUNDED FROM LAST WEEKEND'S SET BACK TO BURY WESTERN MICHIGAN (1-3) by a final score of 33-13 for Idaho's first road win of the 2010 season. Quarterback NATHAN ENDERLE was solid, overcoming two interceptions to complete 30 passes for 380 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, Idaho got back to form. Next up for Idaho is a week off to prepare for La Tech and WAC competition.

Idaho improved their season record to 3-2 with Saturday's win at Western Michigan. It was Idaho's first road win of the season, and a pivotal win for Idaho's quest for a second consecutive bowl game.

Among the story lines that may not be mentioned in the articles below is that redshirt freshman lineman Jordan Johnson (6-6, 310) made his second start of the season, this time in for regular starting left guard Sam Tupua (6-2, 340). Idaho also used a fake punt to keep a first half scoring drive alive, and redshirt sophomore Justin Hernandez recovered a botched WMU punt attempt in the endzone for an Idaho score.

Below are links to stories summarizing Saturday's win.

IDAHO OFFICIAL SITE: Idaho wins at Western Michigan

WESTERN MICHIGAN OFFICIAL SITE: Football Drops Non-Conference Homecoming Game to Idaho

Times-News Idaho football team trumps Western Michigan

Idaho Statesman: Enderle leads Idaho Vandals 33-13 rout over Western Michigan

AP/ESPN Recap: Idaho 33, W. Michigan 13

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