San Diego State football couldn’t finish an end of game 99-yard drive, falling to Wyoming 34-33 after failing a two-point conversion attempt.
Quarterback Christian Chapman led the final push, throwing a 23-yard pass into the end zone that Quest Truxton caught after a deflection. Overall, he threw for 211 yards with two TD’s.
The matchup was the opposite of what’s usually seen from the Aztecs; not a lot of defense and Donnel Pumphrey not running away with the game. He ran for just 76 yards.
SDSU’s other two running backs, Rashad Penny and Juwan Washington, returned a kickoff each for a touchdown.
The Aztecs conclude the regular season next Saturday against Colorado State.
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