RENO, Nevada -- Ty Gangi threw two touchdowns and Nevada's defense kept San Diego State from scoring in the second half to beat the Aztecs 28-24 Saturday night.
Nevada (5-4, 3-2 Mountain West Conference) ended its three-game losing streak to San Diego State (6-2, 3-1) and celebrated its first win against the Aztecs since 2014.
The Aztecs grabbed a quick 14-0 lead when Ryan Agnew threw a 2-yard score to Chase Jasmin with 9:16 left in the first quarter, then threw a 16-yarder to Kahale Warring almost five minutes later. But the Wolfpack ran scored 15 straight with a safety, Gangi threw a 40-yard score to Toa Tua and a 26-yard score to Brendan O'Leary-Orange.
San Diego State regained the lead with a field goal before Agnew connected again with Warring for a 30-yard touchdown for a 24-15 halftime lead.
Agnew led the Aztecs with 283 yards passing and three touchdowns.
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