GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — Jaren Mitchell made a bobbling exhaust of a deflected pass from Dylan McCaffrey for an further time landing that gave Northern Colorado a 17-10 steal over Northern Arizona on Saturday in a Immense Sky Convention opener.
Northern Arizona (1-3), which got right here in with a victory over Pac-12 Arizona, couldn’t match the Bears’ OT rating after George Robinson modified into brought down for a loss by Elijah Anderson-Taylor on a fourth-and-1 from the 16-yard-line.
Luis Aguilar kicked a 21-yard self-discipline design for the Lumberjacks to tie the game early in the fourth quarter nonetheless neglected a 33-yarder with lawful below two minutes last in regulation.
Robinson ran for a 17-yard landing with 35 seconds in the first half for a 7-3 lead. McCaffrey gave the lead wait on to the Bears (2-2) with an 8-yard TD pass to Dylan Thomas in the third quarter. Ben Raybon gave Northern Colorado its other capabilities with a 51-yard self-discipline design in the 2nd quarter.
Closing week the Bears went into further time with Lamar, moreover tied at 10, most productive to lose 17-10.
McCaffrey modified into 25 of 40 for 199 yards passing with Kassidy Woods making 11 catches for 123 yards.
NAU’s RJ Martinez modified into 21-of-37 passing for 208 yards.
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