MOSCOW, Idaho -- DeMaundray Woolridge rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns Saturday in Idaho's 34-20 win over San Diego State.
Idaho jumped ahead early when Joseph Dickson returned an interception 74 yards for a first-quarter touchdown. The Vandals (2-1) outrushed the Aztecs (1-2) 147-55.
San Diego State stayed close with the help of two long field goals by Lane Yoshida -- one from 47 yards, the other from 46 -- and touchdown catches by Vincent Brown and Robert Wallace. But the Aztecs failed to match Idaho's touchdowns with their own.
Idaho was also boosted by a touchdown from Deonte Jackson in the first quarter and two field goals from Trey Farquhar.
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