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Freshman quarterback Travis Brown set a school record and tied a Big Sky Conference record with seven touchdown passes, and Archie Amerson rushed for 211 yards Saturday night as Northern Arizona defeated Sacramento State 51-32.

Brown completed 22 of 32 passes for a career-best 383 yards for the seventh-ranked Lumberjacks (7-1, 4-0 Big Sky).

NAU 51, Sacramento St. 32

Sacramento St. 0 13 7 12 - 32

N. Arizona 14 16 21 0 - 51

NAUC. Warner 8 pass from Brown (Jagodzinski kick) NAUC. Warner 6 pass from brown (Jagodzinski kick) NAULemos 14 pass from Brown (Jagodzinski kick) SACShelton 29 run (Brown kick) NAUBlack 7 pass from Brown (Jagodzinski kick) SACSchultz 4 pass from Corbin (kick blocked) NAUCrissup blocked PAT return NAUPearsall 27 pass from Brown (Jagodzinski kick) NAUSt. Paul 74 pass from Brown (Jagodzinski kick) NAUFlores 10 pass from Brown (Jagodzinski kick) SACJ. Schultz 14 pass from Corbin (Brown kick) SACQuincy 19 pass from Corbin (pass failed) SACJessee 2 run (run failed) A-14,471.

SAC NAU First downs 29 27 Rushes-yards 30-149 37-254 Passing 315 383 Comp-Att-Int 28-55-1 22-34-0 Return Yards 4 40 Punts-Avg. 7-32.1 4-49.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-2 Penalties-Yards 9-65 11-131 Time of Possession 32:57 27:03

Individual statistics

RUSHINGSacramento St., Shelton 16-114, Jessee 2-16, Solis 4-12, Bennett 2-5, Klinge 1-2, Corbin 3-1, Williams 1-1, Torrez 1-(minus 2). N. Arizona, Amerson 29-211, Carson 3-34, McDonnell 3-6, Brown 2-3.

PASSINGSacramento St., Corbin 23-46-1-251, Jessee 5-9-0-64. N. Arizona, Brown 22-32-0-383, Stephens 0-2-0-0.

RECEIVINGSacramento St., J. Schultz 8-77, Smith 5-58, Mitchell 4-73, Taylor 3-28, Quincy 2-41, Solis 2-29, Elkins 1-11, Torrez 1-7, Shelton 1-(minus-1), Messer 1-(minus 8). N. Arizona, Warner 5-45, St. Paul 4-150, Black 4-42, Lemos 3-74, Pearsall 2-36, Flores 2-24, Amerson 2-12.

Montana St. 24, CS Northridge 17

At Northridge, Calif., Rod Compson and Kenyatte Morgan hooked up on an 80-yard touchdown pass with 8:57 remaining to lift the Bobcats over the Matadors.

Northridge had tied the game less than a minute earlier on a 17-yard scoring run by Aaron Flowers.

Compson completed 15 of 27 for 263 yards for Montana State (3-3, 2-2 Big Sky), and Morgan accounted for 101 yards on three receptions.

Montana St. 24, CSUN 17

Montana St. 0 10 7 7 - 24

CSUN 10 0 0 7 - 17

CSNFG Manny Marquez 22 CSNRomines 18 pass from Flowers (Marquez kick) MSUEngelking 2 run (Groshelle kick) MSUFG Groshelle 32 MSUEngelking 1 run (Groshelle kick) CSNFlowers 21 run (Marquez kick) MSUMorgan 80 pass from Compson (Groshelle kick) A-5,631.

MSU CSN First downs 18 21 Rushes-yards 47-139 32-139 Passing 263 215 Comp-Att-Int 15-28-0 19-41-1 Return Yards 13 9 Punts-Avg. 7-28.4 6-33.7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 9-65 7-55 Time of Possession 32:33 27:27

Individual statistics

RUSHINGMSU, Engelking 38-123, Compson 7-11, Morgan 2-5. CSN, Clarke 20-98, Flowers 9-29, Thomas 2-15, Perry 1-(-)3.

PASSINGMSU, Compson 15-27-0-263, Vallez 0-1-0-0. CSN, Flowers 19-41-1-215.

RECEIVINGMSU, Vallez 4-56, Mayer 4-34, Morgan 3-101, Caballero 2-52, Bragg 2-2. CSN, Romines 8-104, Perry 5-63, Henry 3-35, Clarke 2-10, Hilton 1-3.

Weber St 35, Portland St 10

At Portland, free safety Scott Shields kicked four field goals and intercepted a season-high three passes as Wildcats built a 20-3 halftime lead and went on to defeat the Vikings. Shields, a 6-foot-4 sophomore, had field goals of 28, 23, 37 and 44 yards for the Wildcats (4-3) who broke a three-game losing streak. He missed field goals of 54 and 44 yards.

Weber St. 35, Portland St. 10

Weber St. 10 10 5 10 - 35

Portland St. 3 0 0 7 - 10

WS-FG Shields 28 PS-FG Brennon 40 WS-Pierre 1 run (Shields kick) WS-Sainten 1 run (Shields kick) WS-FG Shields 23 WS-FG Shields 37 WS-Safety, snap on punt through end zone WS-Quayle 5 pass from Cook (Shields kick) WS-FG Shields 44 PS-Craft 18 pass from Hall (Brennan kick) A-8,194.

WSU PSU First downs 20 9 Rushes-yards 43-140 30-(-3) Passing 281 113 Comp-Att-Int 23-44-0 11-24-5 Return Yards 186 214 Punts-Avg. 5-33.4 5-30.6 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 4-2 Penalties-Yards 9-93 4-38 Time of Possession 34:17 25:43

Individual statistics

RUSHINGWeber St., Pierre 16-68, Sainten 22-65, Cook 4-4, Fassel 1-3; Portland St., Clemons 9-18, Ries 1-15, Hall 3-9, S. Johnson 1-7, Warner 8-4, O’Connor 1-(-11), Kiesau 6-(-18).

PASSINGWeber St., Cook 22-42-0 255, Fassel 1-2-0 26; Portland St., Kiesau 8-14-3 76, Hall 3-6-1 37, O’Connor 0-4-1 0.

RECEIVINGWeber St., Woods 5-62, McGhee 4-46, Quayle 4-28, Mimnaugh 3-19, Sainten 2-24, Brown 1-30, DeGroot 1-26, Pierre 1-26, Clarke 1-18, Knight 1-2; Portland St., J. Johnson 4-40, Warner 2-27, Gallop 2-21, Craft 1-18, Clemons 1-7, Harris 1-0.


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