NCAA Game Summary - San Jose State at Nevada|
(Saturday, November 15th)
Final Score: Nevada 41, San Jose State 17
Reno, Nevada (Sports Network) - Colin Kaepernick ran for two scores and threw
for another to lead the Nevada Wolf Pack to a 41-17 romp over the San Jose
State Spartans in Western Athletic Conference action.
Kaepernick finished with 192 yards through the air and 147 yards on the ground
for Nevada (6-4, 4-2 WAC), which became bowl eligible. The Wolf Pack also got
125 rushing yards from Vai Taua.
Kyle Reed threw for 215 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions in the
loss for San Jose State (6-5, 4-3).
The only points of the first quarter came on a 35-yard field goal by Nevada's
The Wolf Pack stretched their lead to 17-0 in the second quarter with a seven-
yard touchdown run by Kaepernick and a 57-yard scoring scamper by Taua.
San Jose State finally got on the board with 22 seconds remaining in the first
half, as Jared Strubeck nailed a 44-yard field goal.
Early in the third quarter, Nevada got a five-yard touchdown run from Courtney
Randall, pushing the lead to 24-3.
Less than one minute later, San Jose State cut its deficit to 24-10 on an 11-
yard touchdown pass from Reed to David Richmond.
Not to be outdone, Kaepernick threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to Marko Mitchell
to make the score 31-10.
Once again, the Spartans answered back in less than one minute, as Reed and
Richmond hooked up for another touchdown, this time from 10 yards out. With
one quarter remaining, Nevada led 31-17.
The fourth quarter was dominated by the Wolf Pack. After a 33-yard field goal
by Jaekle, Kaepernick capped the scoring with a six-yard touchdown run.
11/15 21:46:01 ET