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NCAA Game Summary - Cincinnati at Fresno State



(Saturday, September 4th)

Final Score: Fresno State 28, Cincinnati 14

Fresno, CA (Sports Network) - Ryan Colburn threw for 247 yards and matched a career-high with four touchdown passes, including two in the second half, to lead Fresno State to a 28-14 season-opening comeback win over the Bearcats, snapping Cincinnati's 18-game regular season winning streak.

Colburn completed 18-of-24 passes and was picked off once for the Bulldogs (1-0), who won their sixth consecutive season opening game.

Jamel Hamler, Rashad Evans, Devon Wylie and Robbie Rouse each had a TD catch for Fresno State, which was coming off an 8-5 season and a loss to Wyoming in the New Mexico Bowl.

Zach Collaros connected on 24-of-41 passes for 219 yards with a TD for Cincinnati (0-1), the two-time defending Big East champions who were throttled by the Florida Gators in last season's Sugar Bowl.

The Bearcats couldn't get a win for new head coach Butch Jones. He replaced Brian Kelly, who took the job at Notre Dame. They beat the Bulldogs last season in Cincinnati.

Collaros threw a 23-yard TD pass to DJ Woods in the first quarter, and scored on a five-yard run in the second.

But the Bulldogs tied the game by halftime thanks to a 20-yard TD catch by Rouse and a 16-yarder from Hamler in the closing seconds.

Wylie's 28-yard scoring grab early in the third put the Bulldogs on top and Evans accounted for the final margin with a 59-yard touchdown catch on the first play of the fourth.

09/05 02:27:50 ET