Eastern Washington Vs. Idaho Final Score: FCS Eagles Beat Vandals, 20-3

The Idaho Vandals held a 3-0 lead over the FCS Eastern Washington Eagles late in the first quarter after Trey Farquhar put a 27-yard field goal through the uprights. It all went downhill after that and ended in a 20-3 loss.

Eastern Washington put up 20 points on two field goals (34 yards, 23 yards) by Jimmy Pavel, a passing touchdown by Kyle Padron and a Quincy Forte two-yard rush. Padron was just 13-of-33 passing, but he did have 260 passing yards. Forte picked up 66 yards on the ground and was followed closely by Jordan Talley's 63 yards.

Logan Bushnell drew the start at quarterback for Idaho and was 10-of-24 for 123 yards and an interception. Najee Lovett caught eight passes for 105 yards, including a 66-yard reception.

The Vandals travel next week to face the Bowling Green Falcons on Sept. 8. It certainly doesn't get any easier from here on out.

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