POCATELLO, Idaho -- Kyle Morris threw for 190 yards and three touchdowns to lead Idaho State to a 32-3 victory over Montana Western Saturday in the Bengals' season opener.
Morris, who was making his first collegiate start, connected with Roderick Rumble for a 49-yard score just 18 seconds into the game. Morris was 18 for 27 with one interception and was sacked five times.
Idaho State finished the night with 411 yards of total offense while Montana Western (0-2) of the NAIA had 158 yards.
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