San Jose State 69

(3-6, 1-4 away)


(2-8, 1-5 home)

Coverage: GamePlan

5:05 PM ET, November 8, 2003

Sun Bowl, El Paso, TX

1 2 3 4 T
SJSU 13 35 7 1469
UTEP 10 10 0 2141


EL PASO, Texas (Ticker) -- San Jose State set a school record for points as Scott Rislov passed for 543 yards and seven touchdowns in a 69-41 Western Athletic Conference victory over Texas-El Paso.

The Spartans (3-6, 2-4) topped the previous record of 65 set against Fresno State on October 3, 1981.

San Jose State was on the other side of a lopsided score after enduring losses of 65-3 to Florida and 77-14 to Boise State this season.

Three different Spartans went over 100 receiving yards and nine different players caught passes for San Jose State, which bounced back from a 13-10 loss to Hawaii last week in which the officials incorrectly let the clock run down in the final seconds. All three catches by Courtney Anderson went for touchdowns as he caught passes of 25, nine and 66 yards in the second quarter.

Leon Pinky caught five passes for 109 yards, including scoring strikes of 48 yards in the first quarter and 26 yards in the fourth.

Tuati Wooden caught 10 passes for 136 yards, including a six-yard strike with eight seconds left in the first half that gave the Spartans a 48-20 halftime lead.

Damarcus Ingram and Lance Martin had touchdown runs for the Spartans, who collected 664 yards.

Texas El-Paso (2-8, 1-4) rolled up 630 yards, but lost its fourth straight game.

Howard Jackson of the Miners carried 17 times for 146 yards and a touchdown.

UTEP scored 21 points in the fourth quarter, including two touchdown passes by Orlando Cruz.