Running backs Lonyae Miller and Ryan Mathews each rushed for two touchdowns as Fresno State beat Idaho 37-24 on Saturday in Moscow, Idaho.

Miller rushed for 113 yards, while Mathews, a true freshman, added 86 yards.

Fresno State quarterback Tom Brandstater threw for 178 yards. His favorite target was tight end Bear Pascoe, who caught six passes for 69 yards.

Deonte Jackson led Idaho (1-6, 0-3 WAC) with 112 yards, while fellow running back Brian Flowers added 77. Maurice Shaw had 70 receiving yards on six catches.

Miller got the scoring started for FSU (4-2, 3-0) with a 5-yard run late in the first quarter. Clint Stitser added a 44-yard field goal to give the Bulldogs a 10-0 lead early in the second.

Idaho got on the board when Stanley Franks, the nation's interceptions leader last season, scored his first offensive TD for the Vandals on a 54-yard pass from Brian Nooy.

LOUISIANA TECH 22, NEW MEXICO STATE 21: At Ruston, La., Zac Champion erased a 12-point deficit with two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. With Tech trailing 21-9, a third-down pass was batted around the end zone before Brian Jackson hauled it in to bring the Bulldogs (2-4, 1-2) within 21-16 with 6:55 left — their first touchdown in more than 13 quarters. After forcing an Aggie three-and-out, Champion (22-of-35, 215 yards) capped a 6-play, 60-yard drive with a 30-yard touchdown pass to Phillip Livas.