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Tyler Greenawalt | | September 5, 2015

One-handed touchdown

One of the most impressive touchdown receptions of the day came in a FCS match in Pocatello, Idaho.

Idaho State receiver Madison Mangum made a leaping, one-handed grab in to the back of the endzone for an incredible nine-yard touchdown catch against Black Hills State.

Spectacular touchdowns must run in the family, as Mangum's older brother Tanner was on the opposite end of another amazing touchdown on Saturday. Tanner Mangum, back-up quarterback for BYU, tossed 42-yard Hail Mary to give the Cougars the win over Nebraska.

The younger Mangum finished the game with five receptions for 78 yards and three touchdowns as the Idaho State shut out Black Hills State 55-0.

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