SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Ronnie Rivers ran for two early touchdowns and Fresno State never trailed on its way to a 27-10 win over San Jose State on Saturday night.
Rivers' two touchdown runs capped back-to-back drives late in the first quarter and Josh Hokit ran for another in the second to give the Bulldogs a 21-0 lead at the break.
San Jose State's Josh Love threw for a score late in the third to cut it to 21-7 but Camacho kicked a 38-yard field goal early in the fourth to make it 24-7. The Spartans (1-6, 0-3) answered with a field goal of their own and Camacho hit another from 50 yards to keep the Bulldogs on top 27-10 with 6:14 to play.
Love had for 97 yards passing for the Spartans.
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