San Jose State-Nevada Final Statistics
Reno, Nev. - Dwight Lowery tied a San Jose State record and added to his national lead with his eighth interception, but the Nevada Wolf Pack prevailed over the Spartans, 23-7, at Mackay Stadium on Saturday, October 21.
Trailing 10-0 with the Wolf Pack driving and less than a minute remaining in the first half, Lowery stepped in front of Travis Moore's pass and returned the pick down the right sideline to the Nevada 13-yard line.
Yonus Davis rushed for 100 yards on just 11 carries, including a 48-yard run late in the second quarter. It marked his second 100-yard rushing game of the season.
Waylon Prather added two career-high punts, with 68-yard and 72-yard efforts. The 72-yarder was the seventh longest punt in school history. He put four of his six punts on the night inside the Wolf Pack 20-yard line. Defensively, Matt Castelo was credited with 16 combined tackles, giving the junior middle linebacker a total of 36 over the past two games.
Quarterback Myles Eden saw action late in the fourth quarter for the Spartans. His first play from scrimmage was a 16-yard run, which was followed by a nine-yard pass completion to Jeff Clark on his first pass attempt. It was the second appearance of the season for the redshirt freshman.
Nevada's ball control offense held possession for 39:58 of the contest.
San Jose State (4-2, 1-1 WAC) hosts Louisiana Tech next Saturday, October 28. Kick-off is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. at Spartan Stadium.
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