On Nevada's last drive of the game, Ty Ganagi on 4th down ran the football in the end zone to win the game by one point. Nevada made a huge comeback to win the game by a score of 38-37.
In the first quarter of the game, the Aggies on their first drive of the game missed a 42 yard field goal that could've been the first points of the game. The Wolf Pack got the first points of the game with 35 yard field by Spencer Petit to give his team the lead 3-0. the Aggies did respond back with a 37-yard touchdown run by Kent Myers. That touchdown put the Aggies up 7-3 after the first quarter of the game.
In the second quarter of the game, the Aggies would add on to their lead with a 43 yard field goal to put them up 10-3. The Aggies defense forced Nevada to punt and would score another touchdown with a 2-yard run by Kent Myers. Nevada scored at the of the quarter with a 1 yard touchdown pass from Ty Gangi to Wayatt Demps to make the score 17-10 at the end of the first half.
The third quarter started out with a quick score by the Aggies after Nevada punted the ball away. Rayshad Lewis scored on a huge 59-yard run to give his team a lead of two touchdowns. Nevada responds very quickly with a touchdown of their own by Jaxson Kincaide running into the end zone to make the score 24-17. The Aggies got a field goal on the last score of the third quarter to give his team the lead 27-17.
The 4th quarter was a back and fourth battle between the Aggies and Wolf Pack. The Wolf Pack got the win a huge play with 6 yard run by Ty Gangi after losing the on ball on downs on their last offensive possession. Ty Gangi ended the game with 127 yards passing and one passing touchdown. James Butler had 119 yards rushing with one touchdown in the 4th quarter. Nevada's defense forced two turnovers and the defense forced a punt that eventually lead to a game winning touchdown for the Wold Pack.
.@NevadaFootball QB @TyGangi ties the game for the Pack with a keeper vs. @USUFootball! Five seconds left on @ESPN3. #mwfb pic.twitter.com/pKJb8EvlHG— Mountain West (@MountainWest) November 20, 2016
The last game of the season for Nevada will be against UNLV on Saturday November 26th in Las Vegas.