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Grizzlies top Aggies

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Chase Reynolds rushed for 90 yards and one touchdown and Trumaine Johnson intercepted a pass in the end zone in the game’s final minute Saturday as the Montana Grizzlies escaped with a 17-10 non-conference victory over the UC Davis Aggies at Davis, Calif.

Justin Roper threw for 143 yards and a touchdown and Marc Mariani caught five passes for 66 yards for the Grizzlies (2-0), who rallied from a 10-0 deficit.

Chris Carter caught a school-record 18 passes for 190 yards and Greg Denham completed 43 of 67 passes for 362 yards and one touchdown for the Aggies (0-2). Denham tied the school record for completions and set a school record for attempts.

The game was delayed momentarily with 57 seconds remaining by a power outage. After it resumed, Johnson came up with his second interception of the night.

(13) Oklahoma 64, Idaho St. 0: Freshman quarterback Landry Jones threw three TD passes in his first career start and the Sooners routed the Bengals at Norman, Okla.

Jones, replacing injured Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford, found a favorite target in Ryan Broyles, who caught scoring passes of 24, 51 and 11 yards and finished with seven catches for 155 yards for Oklahoma (1-1).

The Bengals (0-2) had minus-2 yards of offense in the first half and 44 for the game, including minus-22 yards rushing.

Montana St. 23, Dixie St. 20: Senior quarterback Mark Iddins passed for 305 yards and two touchdowns, and senior tailback Aaron Mason ran for 112 yards as the Bobcats held off the Red Storm (1-2) at Bozeman.

Junior tight end Kyle Begger’s 32-yard touchdown reception from Iddins with 2:41 to play in the third quarter gave MSU (1-1) the lead for good at 20-14. Sophomore kicker Jason Cunningham added his second field goal, a 35-yarder, with 5:50 to play in the game to provide the margin of victory.

N. Colorado 31, San Diego 12: Andre Harris ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns, both in the fourth quarter, and the Bears held off the Toreros (1-1) at Greeley, Colo.

Bears quarterback Bryan Waggener threw for 221 yards, completing 10 of 20 passes, and Northern Colorado (1-1) bounced back from a loss at Kansas.

Portland St. 34, S. Oregon 10: Drew Hubel passed for 370 yards and four touchdowns as the Vikings overpowered the Raiders (1-1) at Portland.

The Vikings (1-1) looked rusty at times, with four lost fumbles and two interceptions, but the Portland State offense still had little trouble asserting itself against the NAIA Raiders.

Colorado St. 24, Weber St. 23: Guy Miller recovered a fumble with 42 seconds left as the Rams (2-0) avoided an upset, defeating the Wildcats at Fort Collins, Colo.

Weber State (0-2) drove to the Colorado State 11. But quarterback Cameron Higgins fumbled the center-quarterback exchange, and Miller fell on the ball to preserve the victory.

Cal Poly 38, Sacramento St. 19: Junior quarterback Tony Smith threw three touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Mustangs to a victory the Hornets (0-2) at San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Smith finished 12 of 19 for 218 yards. He added 92 yards rushing for Cal Poly (1-0).

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