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Staci Vandagriff, AP
A sticker in honor of a fallen teammate and team staff member appears on the back on an Arkansas State football helmet prior to the team's NCAA college football game against Utah State in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/The Jonesboro Sun, Staci Vandagriff)

JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — Johnston White knotted the score deep in the game, Artez Brown blocked a short field goal to force overtime, and Arkansas State needed only two plays in the extra period to cap an improbable comeback victory, 21-14, over Utah State Saturday night.

Utah State had forced four turnovers and seven punts and seemed poised to nab its first win in Jonesboro, leading 14-7 with 4:58 to play. The Aggies (2-2) had Arkansas State (2-2) backed up at fourth-and-9 before a pass interference penalty gave the Red Wolves new life at the 3.

White, who rushed for 100 yards, punched it in from the 4. Utah State lined up for a 38-yard field goal try with 3 seconds left only to have Brown sweep in for the block.

In OT, Fredi Knighten fired a 24-yarder to Dijon Paschal for the win.

Utah State's Darell Garretson threw for 268 yards and two TDs.