Fresno State 61, Idaho 14: Derek Carr had 390 yards passing and all five of his touchdown passes in the first half as the No. 23 Bulldogs (5-0) routed the Vandals (1-5) in Moscow, Idaho.

A week earlier, the Bulldogs nearly squandered a big lead and barely managed to escape at Hawaii. Coach Tim DeRuyter wanted to make sure that didn't happen again. "We talked to our team all week about playing hard for 60 minutes," DeRuyter said. "You cannot have the intensity drop down."

Davante Adams caught three touchdown passes for Fresno State, which is off to its best start since 2001, when the Bulldogs won their first six games.

Carr completed 36 of 46 passes for 419 yards and was intercepted once in three quarters. Adams caught 16 passes for 185 yards.

"He's pretty special," Idaho coach Paul Petrino said of Carr. "He's as good a college quarterback as I've seen out there this year."

Marteze Waller rushed for 157 yards as Fresno State piled up 734 yards of offense, compared to 275 for Idaho.

Navy 28, Air Force 10: Quarterback Keenan Reynolds ran for 126 yards and three touchdowns, helping the Midshipmen (3-1) rally from a 10-7 halftime deficit to defeat the Falcons (1-5) in Annapolis, Md.

The second half was all Navy, beginning with a 75-yard, eight-play drive for a score to open the third quarter.

"We were able to get the momentum going our way," Reynolds said.

Chris Johnson had two fourth-quarter interceptions for Navy, which limited Air Force to 111 yards of offense in the second half.


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New Mexico 66, New Mexico State 17: Kasey Carrier rushed for three first-quarter touchdowns to lead the Lobos (2-3) past the Aggies (0-6) in Albuquerque, N.M.

Carrier finished with 126 yards on 14 carries, and Lobos quarterback Cole Gautsche added 127 yards on 12 carries with one touchdown rushing and one passing. New Mexico rushed for 541 yards.