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Football Bowl Subdivision
NCAA Game Summary - Hawaii at San Jose State

(Saturday, November 21st)

Final Score: Hawaii 17, San Jose State 10 (OT)

San Jose, CA (Sports Network) - Leon-Wright Jackson hit the end zone on a five-yard run in overtime to give the visiting Hawaii Warriors a 17-10 win against the San Jose State Spartans in Western Athletic Conference action at Spartan Stadium.

Wright-Jackson finished the night with 10 carries for 65 yards for the Warriors (5-6, 3-6 WAC) as they posted their third straight win after dropping six in a row. Shane Austin, who accounted for the other touchdown for the Warriors on a three-yard run in the first quarter, also converted 28-of-46 passes for 299 yards in the thrilling win.

The Spartans (1-9, 0-6), who learned this week that head coach Dick Tomey was calling it a career at the conclusion of the 2009 campaign, lost their sixth straight outing and are still winless against members of the Football Bowl Subdivision in 2009. Quarterbacks Kyle Reed and Jordan La Secla combined to hit 15-of-25 passes for 145 yards, but the latter threw a pair of interceptions and the former one pick.

Capping a seven-play, 46-yard drive late in the first frame, Austin made his way into the end zone for the Warriors to provide them with a 7-0 advantage.

With just 15 seconds remaining in the first half the Spartans knotted the score at 7-7 thanks to a two-yard touchdown run by Reed.

Following a scoreless third quarter the teams traded field goals in the fourth period, a 27-yard effort by Hawaii's Scott Enos and a 33-yard connection for SJSU's Tyler Cope, making the score 10-10 at the end of regulation and setting the scene for Wright-Jackson's game winner in the extra session.

Hawaii, which generated 405 yards of total offense, converted on just 5-of-13 third-down plays and scored on a mere 2-of-6 opportunities inside the red zone.

11/22 01:17:03 ET