The College of Idaho rolled up 636 yards of total offense – including 409 rushing yards – scoring their most points since the 1961 season in a 59-27 victory over Montana Western at Simplot Stadium.
The 59 points by the Coyotes were the most since football returned in 2014, eclipsing the 48 points scored at MSU-Northern in 2015.
Darius-James Peterson rushed for a career-high 233 yards and two scores and added 224 yards through the air, as the Yotes won their second in a row.
C of I hits the road for their next two games, starting Saturday at No. 7 ranked Southern Oregon.