MOSCOW, Idaho Idaho quarterback Nathan Enderle connected with Maurice Shaw for a 77-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the game and the Vandals went on to post a 42-27 victory over Idaho State to end an 11-game losing streak on Saturday.
It was Idaho's first win since Sept. 8, 2007, when the Vandals beat Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo 20-13. Idaho had a 1-11 record last season.
Idaho evened its 2008 mark at 1-1, while Idaho State dropped to 0-2.
Enderle completed 8-of-18 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions. He only attempted one pass in the second half.
Idaho running back Deonte Jackson had 100 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown, averaging 8.3 yards a carry. He sat out the second half with a sore back.
NEBRASKA 35, SAN JOSE STATE 12: At Lincoln, Neb., Niles Paul ran back a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, allowing Nebraska (2-0) to break open a close game and go on to beat San Jose State.
The Spartans made it 14-12 with a field goal early in the fourth. On the kickoff, Paul made a move to his left and headed up the sideline untouched.
No. 14 KANSAS 29, LOUISIANA TECH 0: At Lawrence, Kan., Dezmon Briscoe broke six tackles to turn a short pass into a 48-yard touchdown, and Todd Reesing threw for career-high 412 yards and three scores in No. 14 Kansas' victory over Louisiana Tech.
The Jayhawks struggled early, clinging to a 13-0 halftime lead despite Reesing's 217 yards passing.
No. 12 TEXAS TECH 35, NEVADA 19: At Reno, Nev., Graham Harrell and Michael Crabtree hooked up for an 82-yard touchdown pass and Eric Morris returned a punt 86 yards for a score to lead No. 12 Texas Tech to victory over Nevada.
Shannon Woods also ran for two touchdowns for the Red Raiders (2-0), who scored 30 or more points for the 18th time in their last 20 games.
Nevada (1-1) had 488 yards of total offense to Tech's 421 appeared to take a 15-14 lead in the third quarter on quarterback Colin Kaepernick's 3-yard score and the officials signaled touchdown, but after a lengthy review, they overturned the decision and ruled he had fumbled the ball away to Texas Tech.