THE VANDAL OFFENSE CONTINUES TO STRUGGLE, and hasn't scored a touch in regulation since the fourth…
Vandals fall at New Mexico State
Princeton McCarty - The University of Idaho senior had a career night at New Mexico State when he accumulated a stunning 236 all-purpose yards against the Aggies. His rushing total came as a result of 116 yards rushing, plus 25 yards receiving, and on special teams he breathed life into Idaho's furious comeback with a 95 yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter which cut the NMSU lead to 28-24. He was also Idaho's first 100 yard rusher of the 2011 season.
Justin Veltung - Junior wide receiver Justin Veltung did it again, returning his SECOND punt of the season for a Vandal touchdown. Saturday night in the third quarter he returned a NMSU punt 64 yards for a touchdown that cut the Aggie lead down to 21-17.
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