Colorado State with 33-31 win over Texas-San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO (AP) Nick Stevens threw three touchdowns to lead Colorado State to a 33-31 win over Texas-San Antonio on Saturday night.

Stevens completed 15 of 28 passes for 255 yards for the Rams (2-2). Jasen Oden, Jr. rushed for 143 yards and a score.

Texas-San Antonio's Jalen Rhodes ran for a 13-yard score on the game's first possession. Stevens answered for the Rams with a 34-yard touchdown strike to Xavier Williams to even the score.

After the Rams trailed 17-16 at the break, Stevens opened the second half with a pair of touchdown passes, one to Deionte Gaines and another to Rashard Higgins, to give Colorado State a 30-17 edge with 6:20 left in the third quarter. A field goal by Wyatt Bryan early in the fourth sealed the win.

Blake Bogenshutz had 153 yards and a score for the Roadrunners (0-4). Jarveon Williams ran for 170 yards and a pair of touchdowns.


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