Jake Maier 10-13 vs. Idaho State
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Jake Maier joins This Week in Big Sky Football podcast

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OGDEN, Utah – Following his back-to-back five touchdown performances during UC Davis' Homecoming Game vs. Idaho State, and last weekend at Cal Poly, junior communication major joined Scott Garrard on Tuesday for the latest This Week in Big Sky Football podcast.

In addition to those two exciting Aggie victories, Maier talked about this weekend's featured Big Sky game involving the UC Davis and Montana.

Garrard's interview with Maier begins at the 8:15 mark.

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