BYU crushes Idaho State 59-13

Published on November 18, 2013 at 06:01AM

Jamaal Williams ran for 131 yards and three TDs – Adam Hine added 141 and a score – as BYU dismantled Idaho State 59-13 on Saturday.

It was over when BYU’s Bronson Kafusi scored on a 9-yard interception return. It was early in the second quarter, but BYU scored their second touchdown in less than a minute and went up 35-3 with 9:07 left in the second quarter.

Jamaal Williams and Adam Hine both had big games, but the award will go to Williams. He scored three touchdowns on 13 rushes. His 131 yards was second behind Hine, but could have easily padded his stats had it been necessary. BYU (7-3) had 578 total yards of offense and rushed for 421 and five TDs. The 59 points were the most since a 59-21 win over UNLV in 2009.

Twenty-two BYU seniors played their final home game – with an announced attendance of 58,645.