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Clark throws for 246 yards to lead Weber State to 32-14 win over Sacramento State


OGDEN, Utah — Jadrian Clark threw for 246 yards and one touchdown to lead Weber State to a 32-14 win over Sacramento State in a non-conference game between Big Sky Conference schools Saturday night.

Treshawn Garrett rushed for 101 yards and Cameron Livingston caught eight passes for 94 yards for Weber State (1-2)

Jawain Harrison grabbed three interceptions to thwart the Sacramento State offense. The Hornets (1-2) had just 246 total yards while Weber State had 272 passing and 176 rushing yards.

Josh Kealamakia kicked field goals of 37, 45 and 38 yards to help Weber State to a 15-0 halftime lead. He added a 48-yarder with 4:45 remaining in the third quarter to give the Wildcats an 18-7 lead.

Cam Livingston pulled in eight passes for 94 yards for the Wildcats.

Jordan Robinson rushed for 111 yards on 12 carries for Sacramento State.


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