Most of the attention in Idahos fall camp will be on the competition for the starting quarterback job. Junior Dominique Blackman made a strong case for himself in the first scrimmage Tuesday afternoon in Moscow. Blackman went 16-for-21 for 181 yards while leading the offense to four touchdowns. His main competitor, Taylor Davis, was 6-for-14 for 75 yards and one touchdown. Both of those guys threw some touchdowns, and both of those guys got the ball out of there pretty good, coach Robb Akey said. Akey said he was impressed with the offenses overall performance against an experienced defense. The offense flat-out got after it today, he said. I think they got the defenses attention, and so that was good, to see the production come from our offense. Senior Mike Scott led the receivers with five catches for 85 yards, while transfer running back James Baker pounded out 50 yards on eight carries. Defensively, Quinton Bradley had two sacks, and Trey Williams led the team with six tackles.