San Jose State defeated Colorado State, 40-20, when the Rams struggled to find their offense in the second half.
The Rams would trail just 17-13 at the half after scoring two quick touchdowns to open the second quarter. After San Jose State scored 10 points to start the second half, Colorado State would pull to within 27-20 after a Garrett Grayson 38-yard touchdown pass to Charles Lovett.
San Jose State would pull away, however, with two deep passes for touchdowns in a two-minute span late in the fourth quarter.
Grayson was 24-of-42 for 297 yards and two touchdowns, while Davis Burl added 29 more yards through the air on 4-of-6 passing. The Rams would manage just 80 yards rushing in the game.
Colorado State allowed 429 yards passing for the game, with David Fales going 27-of-34 for 370 yards and three touchdowns. The defense would allow 568 yards overall in the game.
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