Sumner completed 16 of 23 passes for 175 yards as the Jackrabbits (7-4, 4-3 Missouri Valley Football Conference) kept their playoff hopes alive with their third straight win. Sumner connected with Jason Schneider from 34 yards in the first quarter and 5 yards early in the fourth.
SDSU ran for 140 of its 315 total yards, while South Dakota (4-7, 3-4) was one-dimensional on the offensive end.
The Coyotes were held to just 59 yards rushing, leaving quarterback Kevin Earl to carry most of the offensive load. Earl completed just 21 of 48 passes, but went for 325 yards and a touchdown.
SDSU's Winston Wright returned an interception 85 yards with 2:36 to play for the final margin.
Ian O'Connor, senior writer at ESPN.com, joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss Roger Goodell's response to safety concerns in the NFL.
Stanford defensive line coach Randy Hart is retiring after 46 years as a college coach.
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The SEC is trying to get the NCAA to stop Michigan from practicing in Florida over spring break.
The Ducks have been very good under Mark Helfrich, but the bar is set very high in Eugene and 2016 could be a pivotal season.
Louisville signed several pass-rushers, adding depth to its front seven, and improved at quarterback by nabbing dual-threat QB prospect Jawon Pass.
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