RUSTON, La. (AP) -- Luke Lippincott ran for 122 yards and scored
three of Nevada's touchdowns as the Wolf Pack shut out Louisiana
Tech, 42-0, on Saturday.
Robert Hubbard added two scores on the ground for Nevada (8-3,
5-2 Western Athletic Conference) and gained 53 yards rushing.
Tech (3-8, 1-5 WAC) had four turnovers and 331 yards of total
offense compared to Nevada's 409.
Nevada's Jeff Rowe completed 11-of-19 passes for 138 yards and
one interception and backup Travis Moore went 2-of-3 for 58 yards.
Patrick Jackson led Louisiana Tech with 89 yards rushing and 55
yards receiving. Quarterback Zac Champion completed 12-of-22 passes
for 137 yards and threw two interceptions.
Nevada set the tone early, forcing a 3-and-out on Tech's first
possession to start the game. The Wolf Pack proceeded to move down
the field and eat more than six minutes off the clock before
Lippincott got his first score, a four-yard touchdown run.
Marko Mitchell also scored a touchdown on a five-yard pass from
Rowe at the 12:27 mark of the second quarter.