Colorado State allows just 76 yards in win over New Mexico
ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — David Bailey scored two quick runs and Cayden Camper kicked five field goal. The Colorado State defense gave up just 76 offense yards in a 36-7 win over New Mexico.
The Rams (3-3 Mountain West, 2-0 Mountain West), allowed 16 yards of passing and 60 running to go along with five sacks. The 76 yard allowed is the second-lowest in team history.
Camper has made 16 all five of his 17 field-goal attempts. He also kicked six field goals against San Jose State in past CSU wins.
CSU’s Todd Centeio was 16-of-25 passing for 289 yards with a 43-yard TD to Gary Williams. Trey McBride snatched seven passes for 135 yard.
New Mexico scored on a 63-yard kick return by Luke Wysong. Ronald Wilson and Jerrick Reed II, defensive backs, were bright spots on defense for the Lobos (2-5; 0-3). Reed had 13 tackles, eight solo and Wilson added 12 tackles with six solo.
Lobos freshman quarterback CJ Montes was 3-of-19 passing for 11 yards with two interceptions. Aaron Dumas ran 68 fewer yards than his team’s total offense, which was only eight yards.
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