Carson Robust threw a career-high six landing passes — 4 in the second one quarter — and Nevada cruised to a 55-28 win over New Mexico State
RENO, Nev. — Carson Robust threw a career-high six landing passes — 4 in the second one quarter — and Nevada cruised to a 55-28 win over New Mexico State on Saturday night time.
Robust, who didn’t play within the fourth quarter, completed 25-of-32 passing for 377 yards with one interception.
However Robust were given off to a rocky get started. He threw an interception on Nevada’s first offensive play from scrimmage and the Wolf Pack (Four-1) went three-and-out on 3 of the following 4 drives and trailed 7-Three early in the second one quarter ahead of hitting Toa Taua, Justin Lockhart, Melquan Stovall and Cole Turner ahead of halftime.
Nevada took the hole kick of the second one part and Turner’s Three-yard scoring catch capped a seven-play, 75-yard power that made it 38-Three. Robust hooked up with Henry Ballard for a 33-yard landing about 4 mins later and cornerback BerDale Robins ripped the ball from New Mexico State’s Jared Wyatt and raced 25 yards for a ranking to provide Nevada a 52-Three lead going into the fourth quarter.
Jonah Johnson finished 38 of 62 passes for 425 yards and 3 touchdowns and not using a interceptions for the Aggies. His Three-yard landing go to Wyatt with eight:59 left within the first quarter opened the scoring.
New Mexico State (1-6), an FBS Unbiased, has misplaced 3 in a row.
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