POCATELLO, Idaho -- Tanner Gueller threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns and led a fourth-quarter comeback as Idaho State beat Cal Poly 38-34 on Saturday.
After Casey Sublette's 29-yard field goal put the Mustangs up 34-24 with 11:50 left, Gueller led Idaho State (3-2, 1-1 Big Sky) on a 65-yard drive in 97 seconds and connected with Michael Dean on a 30-yard touchdown pass.
Idaho State's defense responded with a three-and-out, and on the ensuing drive, Gueller led a 73-yard march culminating in James Madison's 2-yard touchdown plunge for the game's final margin.
Madison ran for 78 yards and Gueller added 60 on the ground with a touchdown. Mitch Gueller caught three passes for 125 yards and a score and Dean had six receptions for 121 yards and two TDs.
Khaleel Jenkins led Cal Poly (0-5, 0-2) 202 yards rushing_a school record for quarterbacks_and two rushing scores and added two more through the air. The Mustangs held the ball for almost 39 minutes.
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