Sept. 25, 2004
DALLAS--- Chris Foster caught two touchdown passes for Southern Methodist, which defeated San Jose State 36-13 on Saturday night and snapped the nation's second longest losing streak.
The Mustangs (1-3, 1-0) won for the first time since a 24-21 victory against Tulsa on November 23, 2002, prompting fans to rush the field.
Army, a 40-3 loser to Connecticut on Saturday, has the longest Division I-A losing streak at 18 games.
The 22 first-half points allowed by the Spartans (1-2, 0-1) were more points than the Mustangs had scored in any game during their 15-game losing streak.
Foster had touchdown receptions of 5 and 33 yards.
SMU's Foy Munlin had a game-high 114 yards rushing, including a 32-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
The Mustangs put 36 points on the board after being outscored 103-7 in their last two games.
Chester Coleman caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from Dale Rogers for the Spartans' only touchdown late in the fourth quarter.