No. 15 Fresno State In-Game Notes at San Diego State
Oct. 27, 2013
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Fresno State captains: 4, 13, 15, 30, 92
SDSU won the toss, elected to receive. Fresno State to defend the east goal.
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.
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.
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.
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.