SAN DIEGO -- Ian Watts kicked a 43-yard field goal with 23 seconds left as Wyoming overcame a 21-point fourth quarter deficit for a 30-27 win over San Diego State Saturday night.
Wyoming (5-5, 3-3 Mountain West) rallied from a 27-6 deficit with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to tie the score. The Cowboys then recovered a fumbled pooch kick on the ensuing kickoff that set up Watts' game-winning kick.
Wyoming rallied on Austyn Carta-Samuels' 10-yard run 11 seconds into the fourth quarter, a 33-yard scoring run by Alvester Alexander and Carta-Samuels' 9-yard TD pass to David Tooley that tied the score.
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