MOSCOW, Idaho -- David Fales threw four touchdowns to help San Jose State defeat Idaho 42-13 on Saturday afternoon.
Fales was 27 of 39 for 328 yards. Noel Grigsby and Jabari Carr caught a combined 12 passes for a total of 170 yards of offense for San Jose State (7-2, 3-1 WAC). Fales threw a 35-yard TD pass to Chandler Jones.
Logan Bushnell was 14 of 29 for 196 yards. A 12-yard pass to Najee Lovett that gave Idaho (1-8, 1-3) a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Trey Farquhar made a pair of field goals in the third quarter, but the Vandals had no answer for San Jose State's high-powered offense.
Bushnell was named the starter last week after Dominique Blackman was removed from the team.
The Spartans scored two more touchdowns in the second half. The win gives San Jose State its first winning season since 2006.
Alabama coach Nick Saban took exception with the media's outlook on his team prior to Saturday's win at Georgia, lashing out at those that "buried" the Crimson Tide.
Despite a 1-4 start to the season and a 7-11 record since taking over at Texas, coach Charlie Strong has ongoing support from school officials and key boosters, according to several sources.
As much confidence as LSU coach Les Miles expresses in the abilities of his receivers, he has apparently decided to see if the threat of lost playing time sharpens their focus.
The frustrations of Texas Longhorns players spilled into the media and Twitter on Monday afternoon, raising concerns about whether coach Charlie Strong is dealing with a divided locker room.
Already dealing with depth issues at wide receiver, Ohio State has lost a second contributor at the position for the rest of the season.
Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk, who already missed Saturday's win over South Carolina, has been suspended from the team indefinitely, coach Gary Pinkel said Monday.