Brayden Parker ISU

Idaho State forward Brayden Parker puts up a 3-pointer during Thursday’s game against Sacramento State.

Brayden Parker had never been more eager to back things out. He dribbled from the paint out to the perimeter and handed the ball off to an Idaho State teammate, guard Miguel Tomley, to let the clock run on the Bengals’ 65-61 win over Sacramento State on Thursday night. A restless Reed Gym crowd roared — then took a sigh of relief.

“That was a huge board,” ISU coach Ryan Looney said. “Winning play.”

Miguel Tomley

Idaho State guard Miguel Tomley brings the ball up the floor during Thursday's game against Sacramento State.

Greg Woods is a sports reporter at the Idaho State Journal. Follow him on Twitter at GregWWoods.

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