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No. 15 Fresno State In-Game Notes at San Diego State

Oct. 27, 2013

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Pre-Game Notes
• Fresno State captains: 4, 13, 15, 30, 92
• SDSU won the toss, elected to receive. Fresno State to defend the east goal.

1st Quarter
Bo Bonnheim started at left tackle - his first career start.
• This was the first game this season that Fresno State did not score on its opening drive.
Isaiah Burse scored on a 10-yard rushing touchdown at 7:46. It was his third career rushing touchdown.
• Fresno State has been the first team to score in all seven games this season.

2nd Quarter
Ejiro Ederaine recorded Fresno State's first sack of the game at 11:25 for a loss of nine yards.
Donavon Lewis intercepted the first pass of his career at 9:40. It was the first turnover of the game for either team.
• This is just the fourth time under Tim DeRuyter that Fresno State did not score over 10 points in the first half.
• The Bulldogs only had 111 yards in the first half to SDSU's 233. The 111 yards is the fewest gained in a first half by Fresno State under Tim DeRuyter and his staff.
Charles Washington's eight first-half tackles matches his single-game career high.

3rd Quarter
• SDSU took a 14-7 lead on a one-yard touchdown run from Muema at 5:45. This is the first time that Fresno State has trailed in a game since being down40-34 against Boise State on Sept. 20. • Davante Adams caught an 11-yard touchdown pass at 1:50, giving him 26 career touchdown receptions in 20 games. He now holds the school record for most touchdown catches in a career.
• With that TD pass, Derek Carr has now thrown a touchdown in 27-straight games, which is the longest active streak in the FBS.

4th Quarter
Josh Harper caught a 50-yard pass on third-and-17 to give the Bulldogs the ball at the SDSU 25-yard line. It was the longest reception of Harper's career.
• Adams and Carr hooked up for their second touchdown passing connection at 11:39, giving the Bulldogs the 21-14 lead.
• The touchdown pass gave Derek Carr the all-time school record for total offense in a career.
Davante Adams has recorded his seventh career game with 10 or more catches, which is the most by any player in school history.

 

 

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