Idaho ties in the NFL: Week 6

STATESMAN STAFFOctober 14, 2013 

• Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick (Boise State) intercepted a pass, defended two others and made four tackles against Washington.

• Bengals SS George Iloka (Boise State) made eight tackles (four solo) against Buffalo.

• Bucs RB Doug Martin (Boise State) had 67 rushing yards on 16 carries, made four catches for 24 yards and recovered a fumble against Philadelphia.

• Panthers SS Quintin Mikell (Boise State) made five tackles (all solo) against Minnesota. Jordan Gross (Fruitland High) started at left tackle for Carolina, and FB/TE Richie Brockel (Boise State) was a substitute. Jared Allen (Idaho State) started opposite Gross at defensive end for the Vikings and made three tackles (two solo).

• Texans S Shiloh Keo (Idaho) made four tackles (all solo) and returned two punts for 6 yards vs. St. Louis. Rams WR Austin Pettis (Boise State) had one reception for 12 yards.

• Daryn Colledge (Boise State) and Mike Iupati (Idaho) were the starting left guards for the Cardinals and 49ers, respectively, in an NFC West showdown. Nate Potter (Timberline High, Boise State) was an offensive line sub for Arizona.

• Seahawks SS Jeron Johnson (Boise State) made two special-teams tackles vs. Tennessee.

• Saints CB Chris Carr (Boise State) had two tackles (one solo) against New England.

• Jets CB Kyle Wilson (Boise State) made a solo tackle against Pittsburgh before leaving with a head injury.

• Evan Dietrich-Smith (Idaho State) started at center for the Packers vs. Baltimore.

• Bears DE Shea McClellin (Marsing High, Boise State) had two tackles (both solo) Thursday against the New York Giants, including one for loss.

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