LAS VEGAS -- Jordan Love threw for 316 yards and two long touchdowns to lead Utah State to a 52-28 win over UNLV on Saturday.
LaJuan Hunt added three more touchdowns and had 101 yards with 16 carries as Utah State (4-4, 2-2 Mountain West Conference) piled up 578 yards of total offense to snap a two-game skid. Dominik Eberle had a 24-yard field goal and Justen Hervey capped the scoring with a 7-yard touchdown run to cap a 94-yard drive set up by Dallin Leavitt's interception.
Trailing 28-14 in the second quarter, the Aggies dug in, getting a pair of touchdowns in the final six minutes of the opening half to tie it up at the break and held UNLV (2-5, 1-3) scoreless the rest of the way.
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