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NCAA Game Summary - San Diego State at San Jose State

(Saturday, September 13th)

Final Score: San Jose State 35, San Diego State 10

San Jose, CA (Sports Network) - Quarterback Kyle Reed ran for three touchdowns to help lead the San Jose State Spartans to a 35-10 victory over the San Diego State Aztecs in non-conference action at Spartan Stadium.

Reed, who finished with just 21 yards rushing on 13 attempts for the Spartans (2-1) also converted 20-of-25 passing for 178 yards while surviving three sacks and an interception.

The Aztecs (0-3) were led by Ryan Lindley who struggled with just 10-of-29 passing for 140 yards as he was taken down behind the line of scrimmage four times in the setback. As a result, SDSU was credited with a mere six net yards rushing on a combined 17 attempts.

The only scoring of the first quarter came as a result of a two-yard TD run by Reed, giving the host squad a 7-0 advantage.

San Jose State then moved out to a 21-0 lead in the second quarter when Yonus Davis raced 35 yards for a score and Reed made it into the end zone from four yards away.

Trailing by three touchdowns, San Diego State's Aaron Moore struck for the team's defense when he intercepted a pass and returned it 28 yards for the score with 1:15 remaining in the first half.

The only scoring of the third period came courtesy of Lane Yoshida and his 36- yard field goal for the Aztecs, cutting the deficit to 21-10.

In the fourth the Spartans ran away with the win as Reed added a two-yard TD run and backup signal-caller Myles Eden made it into the end zone as well with just 25 seconds to play, boosting the margin of victory to 25 points.

SDSU, which entered the week ranked 116th in the nation with an average of just 49 ypg on the ground, tallied just seven first downs on the night and ended up with a mere 146 yards of total offense.

09/14 01:29:44 ET