Inquirer Daily News
 
             === San Diego State takes down No. 19 Boise State ===
 
 Boise,  ID (Sports Network)  - Adam Muema ran for 127 yards and a touchdown on
 25  carries  on Saturday  as San Diego  State knocked off  No. 19 Boise State,
 21-19, at Bronco Stadium.
 
 Walter Kazee helped out with the rushing attack for the Aztecs (7-3, 5-1 MWC),
 by running for 37 yards and a key touchdown on 12 carries, while Adam Dingwell
 threw for 105 yards and one interception on 12-of-18 passing.
 
 "I  think  our team believed that  they could do  it and obviously you have to
 believe  you can do it before you do it. We got a little help from everybody,"
 San Diego State coach Rocky Long said.
 
 Colin  Lockett returned a  kickoff 100 yards for a score and Gavin Escobar led
 the  receiving  corps with five  catches for 58 yards  for SDSU, which ran its
 winning streak to five straight.
 
 Joe  Southwick threw for 164 yards, one score and one interception on 20-of-31
 passing,  while D.J. Harper  ran for 81 yards and two scores on 20 carries for
 Boise  State  (7-2, 4-1), which lost  for just the  fourth time in its last 79
 home games since the 2000 season.
 
 Dan Paul caught a touchdown pass in the setback for the Broncos.
 
 "San  Diego State  did a good job,"  Southwick said. "They came out and played
 hard.  I think there was no quit in us; we played hard the whole game. We just
 came up short."
 
 Leading  14-13 with the ball and 3:30 to play in the third quarter, the Aztecs
 extended their lead to 21-13 with an extensive 10-play, 80-yard drive.
 
 Facing  a 3rd-and-1, Muema broke through the line and sprinted for 43 yards to
 the  Boise State 18-yard line. Five plays later, Kazee bulled his way into the
 end  zone from  the one,  making it  an eight-point  game early  in the  final
 quarter.
 
 Boise  State answered  the bell on its  next possession as Southwick led a 16-
 play  drive  all the  way to the  SDSU goal  line and hit  Paul for the 1-yard
 touchdown strike.
 
 The  Broncos elected  to go for the two-point conversion, but Southwick's pass
 fell incomplete.
 
 The  Aztecs got the ball back with 5:35 to play. Faced with a 4th-and-2, Muema
 ran for 13 yards. San Diego State ran out the rest of the clock.
 
 San Diego State wasted no time taking the lead as Lockett returned the opening
 kickoff 100 yards to the end zone, putting SDSU up 7-0 early.
 
 Boise  State responded  on  its  first possession  of  the  game as  Southwick
 completed  five passes  during a 12-play drive. Harper capped the march with a
 1-yard   rushing  touchdown.   Matt  Miller's  pass  fell  incomplete  on  the
 two-point conversion try, leaving the Broncos trailing, 7-6.
 
 Boise State grabbed the lead late in the second quarter when Southwick led the
 offense  on an  11-play, 92-yard march to  the SDSU 16 before Harper capped it
 with a 16-yard sprint to the end zone on 3rd-and-4, making it a 13-7 game with
 2:14 showing before halftime.
 
 Chance  Marden missed  a 32-yard field goal attempt on San Diego State's first
 possession of the second half, giving the Broncos the ball at their 20.
 
 Boise  State went  three-and-out and lined up to punt facing 4th-and-5. On the
 play,  Trevor  Harman's punt was blocked  and the Aztecs recovered the ball on
 the Boise State eight.
 
 Muema  ran for  five yards on the  first play of the SDSU drive, then finished
 the  short trek with  a 3-yard shuffle to the end zone, making it a 14-13 game
 early in the third quarter.
 
                                   Game Notes
 
 Boise  State won the only previous matchup between the squads last year, 52-35
 ...  It was  SDSU's first victory over  a ranked opponent since 1996 ... Boise
 State fell to 90-7 against Mountain West Conference opposition since 2000.
 
 11/04 02:59:40 ET