Utah State football: Will the Aggies' school-record conference winning streak end?
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Nov. 12, 2011: Utah State 34, San Jose State 33
For the second time in as many weeks, Adam Kennedy engineered a dramatic comeback, leading two drives in just more than 7 fourth-quarter minutes for the victory. In a snow-filled Romney Stadium, receiver Stanley Morrison was involved in three fourth-quarter fumbles in that quarter alone, part of five team turnovers for the game. The Aggies still pulled it off after tight end Tarren Lloyd blocked a 67-yard field goal attempt as time expired.
Kennedy’s last touchdown toss was to Matt Austin, whom USU coach Gary Andersen lauded for being patient that season. Austin led the team with 34 receptions after missing the 2010 campaign with an injury in the season-opener against Oklahoma.
Turbin eclipsed 1,000 yards against the Spartans, becoming just the fifth USU player to reach the mark twice in a career.
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