Portland State caught the attention of the college football world when it blasted North American 91-0. Here's what you may have missed from the resounding win.
Portland State's win by the numbers
- 105: Portland State previously set the FCS scoring record with a 105-0 win in 1980 over Delaware State.
- 19: Portland's offensive drives that resulted in touchdowns took less than 19 minutes off the clock
- 13: Portland State scored 13 touchdowns and made 13 extra points in the win, both just two shy of the FCS record.
- Three: Portland State only has a +3 point differential this season, in large part due to a season-opening 81-7 loss versus Oregon.
- Zero: Portland State has yet to play an FCS opponent, facing non-NCAA or NAIA foe North American after opening the season with FBS losses to Oregon and Wyoming.
Every touchdown from Portland State's win
Touchdown 1 — The first score — PSU leads 7-0
After a 57-yard return on the opening kickoff from Quincy Craig, it took just six plays, 30 yards and 3 minutes and 21 seconds for running back Jobi Malary to find the end zone.
Touchdown 2 — Malary strikes again — PSU leads 14-0
It took less than five minutes for Malary to find the end zone again, this time scoring from 10 yards out.
Touchdown 3 — Another running back gets in on the action — PSU leads 21-0
Quincy Craig might not have scored on the opening kickoff, but he ran in for an eight-yard touchdown with 1:55 to play in the first quarter to extend the Viking lead.
Touchdown 4 — The second quarter onslaught begins — PSU leads 28-0
Andrew Van Buren became the third Portland State running back to rush for a touchdown just five seconds into the second quarter.
Touchdown 5 — Craig gets his second score — PSU leads 35-0
Quincy Craig scored the longest offensive touchdown of Portland State's explosive day, this time rushing in from 31 yards out.
Touchdown 6 — Fumble leads to quick score — PSU leads 42-0
After North American fumble, running back Christian Grubb ran in for a two-yard touchdown, the fourth Viking running back to find pay dirt.
Touchdown 7 — And they can pass! — PSU leads 49-0
Portland State quarterback Dante Chachere threw his first touchdown of the day with 9:02 to play in the second quarter. He hit wide receiver Jermaine Braddock for a 16-yard score after Portland State's defense grabbed an interception.
Touchdown 8 — The fifth touchdown of the second quarter — PSU leads 56-0
Chachere found Semaj Bolin for an eight-yard score to surpass the 50-point threshold.
Touchdown 9 — Third time's the charm for Chachere — PSU leads 63-0
Chachere threw his third touchdown of the game with 2:07 to play in the second quarter, his second to Braddock. In total, the Vikings scored 42 points in the second frame.
Touchdown 10 — The second half keeps up the pace — PSU leads 70-0
After the Portland State defense forced a three-and-out to open the second half, it took the Vikings just four plays and 59 seconds to score AGAIN! This time quarterback Logan Gonzalez found wide receiver Eric Denham for a 30-yard passing touchdown.
Touchdown 11 — The final offensive touchdown — PSU leads 77-0
Freshman running back Delon Thompson ran in for a seven-yard touchdown for the final score from the Portland State offense.
Touchdown 12 — The defense gets in on the fun — PSU leads 84-0
Cornerback Day Day Bright got in on Portland State's big scoring day with a 21-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Touchdown 13 — A punt return for a touchdown — PSU leads 91-0
UCLA transfer running back Christian Grubb took a punt back 60 yards to the house for the first special teams touchdown of the game. It would be the final score of the game for the Vikings with 2:04 to play in the third quarter.