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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- D.J. Clark returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown, and J.D. Poncaino returned a kickoff 95 yards for a score, but Idaho State still wound up losing today to Weber State, 52-37.
Trevyn Smith scored a career high five touchdowns for Weber State.
The Bengals were trailing 31-10 by the middle of the third quarter. They started a rally with Poncaino's scoring kickoff return.
ISU cut the Wildcats' lead to 7 twice in the fourth quarter, but every time the Bengals got within a score the Wildcats answered with a touchdown of their own.
Following an 11-yard touchdown pass from Russell Hill to Clyde Logan, cutting Weber State's lead to 45-37, the Idaho State defense forced a punt and had the ball at its own 6-yard line with 3 minutes remaining in the game.
But Weber State's Brandin Williams forced a fumble and Clayton Swan recovered the ball on Idaho State's 3-yard line. Smith scored on the next play to put the game away.
(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) APTV-11-03-07 1758MDT