SDSU takes control in late victory over Wyoming

San Diego State Tight End, Daniel Bellinger, makes 26-yard third down over the shoulder catch on the game winning drive in the fourth quarter over Wyoming. AC Sports.
SAN DIEGO — San Diego State has one of the nation’s top-ranked run defenses and is one of two Football Bowl Subdivision teams allowing fewer than 50 yards a game on the ground, but this past weekend, Wyoming had a point to prove. With the 14th-ranked rushing attack, the Cowboy’s had more than that by the end of the first quarter (67) and finished with 157 yards on the ground — the most SDSU has allowed all season.SDSU QB, Ryan Agnew, throws a pass back across the middle for a 12-y
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