SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Weber State quarterback Bronson Barron threw four touchdowns in the Wildcats 49-21 win over Idaho State in the season opener.
Barron threw two touchdowns in the first half, then two more in the second half for Weber State in their victory over Idaho State. The former American Fork star has met Rashid Shaheed twice, with Josh Davis and David Ames once each.
The defense was solid for the Wildcats, holding Idaho State to just 7 points before putting the saves in the game.
Weber State shakes Rust to score two first-half touchdowns
The first sack of the season didn’t take too long for Weber State as George Tarlas arrived at quarterback on first practice. Both teams started on game with three-and-outs. Weber State was fortunate enough to take a 7-point lead after linebacker Conner Mortensen intercepted the Idaho State QB. The Wildcats entered the red zone after Bronson Barron found Ty MacPherson for a big win.
In fourth and on goal, Weber State missed his field goal attempt to keep the game without score. It was the score after the first quarter. After the Wildcats caught their second interception of the game, Barron threw his first career touchdown pass, finding Josh Davis for a 22-yard touchdown. Weber State took a 7-0 lead with less than 9 minutes left until halftime.
After recovering the ball again, Barron threw a deep ball at David Ames for a 55-yard touchdown on a reverse flicker. Weber’s advance …
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