LAS CRUCES, N.M. -- Cody Fajardo scored four rushing touchdowns and passed for 283 yards, Lampford Mark added 185 yards and another score on the ground, and Nevada rolled up 683 yards of total offense Saturday in a 48-34 win over New Mexico State.
Stefphon Jefferson also had two rushing scores for the Wolf Pack (5-3, 3-0 Western Athletic Conference), who came in ranked 10th in the nation in both rushing and total offense. They kept it up against the Aggies (3-5, 1-3), piling up 374 more yards on the ground.
Matt Christian led New Mexico State with 432 yards passing and three touchdowns, but was intercepted three times. He also had a rushing touchdown, as did Kenny Turner, who failed to reach 100 yards rushing for the first time in five games.
The Notre Dame WR was elected student-body president. If he ran for the highest job in the land, he could have a great college football cabinet.
Barry J. Sanders has decided to follow in his father's footsteps, telling The Oklahoman that he plans to transfer from Stanford to Oklahoma State.
No conference approached the SEC's recruiting haul in the secondary, which is loaded with four-star prospects, many of whom will play immediately.
After losing their elite QB and his top targets, the Golden Bears' offense will need time to adjust.
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Ohio State will send a contingent of 14 to Indianapolis, double the total of any other Big Ten team.