Breakdown of Wyoming victory over Nevada (2:11)
Hill finds the end zone again to increase Wyoming's lead (0:28)

Watch: Wyoming at Nevada

Wyoming is looking for its first 3-0 start in the MWC since the conference was formed in 1999. Nevada leads the FBS this season with 12 forced fumbles. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN


Pumphrey moves past Marshall Faulk

Donnel Pumphrey takes over as San Diego State's career touchdown leader with a 23-yard score. Pumphrey broke Faulk's school records for rushing and total TDs with 58 and 63, respectively. San Diego State leads San Jose State 35-3 late in the third quarter.

Pumphrey bests Faulk for new SDSU touchdown records (0:45)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Donnel Pumphrey has tied two SDSU school records owned by Marshall Faulk with his 57th career rushing touchdown and his 62nd career overall touchdown. (ESPN Stats and Info)


Pumphrey rumbles for a 27-yard TD

Donnel Pumphrey, the nation's leading rusher, showcases his explosive ability on a touchdown run as San Diego State jumps out on San Jose State 21-0 in the second quarter.

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Donnel Pumphrey scores on a 27 yard rush. It is his 57th career rushing touchdown and his 62nd career overall touchdown. BOTH of those marks tied Marshall Faulk's school records for career scores.

Watch: San Jose State at San Diego State

San Diego State hopes to improve to 6-1, while RB Donnel Pumphrey goes for an FBS-best 20th straight game with 100 yards from scrimmage. SDSU has outscored San Jose State 68-14 in the past two meetings. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

Mike Couzens ESPN College Football 

With 215 yards tonight, SDSU running back Donnel Pumphrey can move into 5th all-time on the FBS rushing list. 10:30 ET on ESPN2

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Is Boise State on the road to the Playoff?

Ivan Maisel and Matt Schick discuss Boise State's win over BYU and ponder whether the Broncos have put themselves in position to be the highest ranked group of 5 team come season's end.

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Boise State has lived on the edge

No. 14 Boise State improved to 7-0 with a 28-27 win over BYU on Thursday night. No other FBS team has more wins by five points or less.

Boise State stays unbeaten with a wild win over BYU (2:17)
Breaking down the miscues of the BYU v. Boise State game (3:06)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Boise State has to feel fortunate to escape with a win. It was better than BYU for most of the game, but to lose the turnover battle by five is nearly always a recipe for a loss. Arkansas State managed to overcome a minus-5 turnover margin to beat Georgia Southern earlier this season, but the Broncos win marks just the ninth time in the last 240 games, dating back to 2004, that a team has overcome that turnover deficit.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Boise State survived a wild sequence to beat BYU 28-27 and remain in prime position to represent the Group of 5 in a New Year's Six bowl game. The Broncos blocked BYU's attempt at a game-winning field goal with 15 seconds left, but because it was second down, the kick didn't reach the line of scrimmage and BYU recovered, the Cougars kept the ball. Their second life didn't help, as a pair of incompletions followed, including a tipped Hail Mary on the game's final play.


Blocked FG helps Boise State hang on for win

David Moa blocks Rhett Admond's 44-yard attempt on second down with 15 seconds left. BYU retained possession, a Hail Mary failed, and Boise State won 28-27.