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New Mexico State Aggies (3-8)


Sat. 11/19 Sat. 11/26 Sat. 12/3
vs. TxSt
W 50-10
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vs. App
L 7-37
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@ USA
L 28-35
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Johnson scores 3 TDs, helps make South Alabama bowl eligible

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Xavier Johnson rushed for 154 yards and three touchdowns, both career bests, and South Alabama became bowl eligible with a 35-28 win over New Mexico State on Saturday.

Johnson's 35-yard scoring run with 2:28 to play capped a 21-point fourth quarter for the Jaguars (6-6, 2-6 Sun Belt) for a 35-21 lead.

Conner Cramer and Johnathan Boone connected on a 35-yard score with 25 seconds left for the Aggies (3-9, 2-6).

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Leaders
Passing Yards: T. Rogers2588
Passing TDs: T. Rogers16
Rushing Yards: L. Rose III695
Rushing TDs: T. Rogers4
Receiving Yards: T. Taylor381
Receiving TDs: J. Scott5
Interceptions: J. Wright4
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/3 at UTEP L 22 - 38
9/10 vs. New Mexico W 32 - 31
9/17 at Kentucky L 42 - 62
9/24 at Troy L 6 - 52
10/1 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette W 37 - 31
10/15 at Idaho L 23 - 55
10/22 vs. Georgia Southern L 19 - 22
10/29 at 9 Texas A&M L 10 - 52
11/12 at Arkansas State L 22 - 41
11/19 vs. Texas State W 50 - 10
11/26 vs. Appalachian State L 7 - 37
12/3 at South Alabama L 28 - 35
Sun Belt
  Conference Overall
Appalachian State 7-1 9-3
Arkansas State 7-1 7-5
Troy 6-2 9-3
Idaho 6-2 8-4
Louisiana-Lafayette 5-3 6-6
Georgia Southern 4-4 5-7
Louisiana-Monroe 3-5 4-8
South Alabama 2-6 6-6
New Mexico State 2-6 3-9
Georgia State 2-6 3-9
Texas State 0-8 2-10
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 4513 (83)
Passing Yards: 2829 (52)
Rushing Yards: 1684 (94)
Points per game: 24.5 (92)
Yards per game: 410.3 (59)
Touchdowns: 31 (101)
Field Goals: 15 (43)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5439 (94)
Passing Yards: 2790 (70)
Rushing Yards: 2649 (96)
Points per game: 39.2 (109)
Yards per game: 494.5 (108)
Touchdowns: 49 (89)
Field Goals: 16 (89)
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