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MOSCOW, Idaho - Idaho free safety Shiloh Keo picked off Colorado State quarterback Grant Stucker with 1:14 left in the game to seal Idaho's 31-29 win Saturday night.

Moments before Keo's pick, with 1:41 to go, Colorado State's Lou Greenwood caught a 39-yard touchdown pass, narrowing Idaho's lead to 31-29.

The Rams went for the 2-point conversion, but Keo stopped John Mosure just short of the goal line.

CSU got the ball back with 1:23 left in the game.

Stucker dropped back to pass, but Keo intercepted the pass at the 45, allowing the Vandals to run out the clock.

Idaho (4-1) was led by quarterback Nate Enderle, who finished the night 25-of-38 passing with three touchdowns for 333 yards.

CSU held the Vandals to 139 yards on the ground.

Idaho will next face off against San Jose State October 10th in San Jose.

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