San José State Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Kyle Reed8/18502.8031.6
TEAM8/18592.803--
New Mexico State Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Chase Holbrook23/382065.41210.4
J.J. McDermott5/7436.1017.4
TEAM28/452995.513--
San José State Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Yonus Davis211075.1132
Brandon Rutley9505.6112
Ina Liaina252.503
Kyle Reed5-11-2.202
TEAM371514.1232
New Mexico State Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Kyle Hughes13333.0033
Brandon Perez5265.2018
Marquell Colston12252.1014
Tonny Glynn310.302
J.J. McDermott1-2-2.000
Chase Holbrook7-48-6.912
TEAM29351.2133
San José State Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Josh Harrison3299.7014
David Richmond3124.0010
Brian Elledge155.005
Brandon Rutley144.004
TEAM8506.3014
New Mexico State Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Chris Williams1214612.2173
A.J. Harris6335.5017
Kenneth Buckley2199.5010
Marcus Anderson2199.5014
Julius Fleming2157.5011
LaVorick Williams199.009
Weston Neiman188.008
Marquell Colston200.001
TEAM282498.9173
San José State Interceptions
INTYDSTD
Kyle Flynn1901
Duke Ihenacho1431
Devin Newsome100
TEAM31332
New Mexico State Interceptions
INTYDSTD
Nick Paden1130
Derrick Richardson160
Marvin Betts100
TEAM3190
San José State Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
No San José State Kick Returns
New Mexico State Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
No New Mexico State Kick Returns
San José State Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Yonus Davis37023.3540
Coye Francies100.000
TEAM37023.3540
New Mexico State Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Chris Williams200.000
TEAM100.000
San José State Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Jared Strubeck1/1100.0334/47
TEAM1/1100.0504/47
New Mexico State Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Kyle Hughes0/00.002/22
TEAM0/00.0442/22
San José State Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Philip Zavala619833.00052
TEAM619833.00052
New Mexico State Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Kyle Hughes835344.10069
TEAM835344.10069

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