San Diego State outlasted New Mexico Friday night, 24-14, on the road in Albuquerque behind a rushing attack that put up 393 yards. The Aztecs did all of its scoring before the fourth quarter and those four straight turnovers gave New Mexico plenty of chances to win this game, but the Lobos offense came up short.
Take another look at the touchdowns from Friday night's game.
Here is another key reason to have New Mexico start quarterback Lamar Jordan. He actually gets the ball to Carlos Wiggins.
New Mexico's Carlos Wiggins scores on a 45-yard TD http://t.co/ez5sERhwtl— Jeremy Mauss (@JeremyMauss) October 11, 2014
Halftime in Albuquerque San Diego State leads New Mexico 10-7 behind this 49 yd TD run " http://t.co/MbAW6pWLt5 #SDSUvsUNM on ESPNU— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) October 11, 2014
This is the play that put the game out of reach for the Lobos.
You don't see that everyday SDSU's Donnel Pumphrey rushed for a 93 yd TD 24-14 Aztecs in 4Q http://t.co/RPKFv6b7p3 #SDSUvsUNM on ESPNU— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) October 11, 2014