Nov. 25, 2012
With his touchdown late in the first quarter, Kenneth Dixon set a new Western Athletic Conference record for rushing touchdowns in a season with his 27th score on the ground. He topped the 26 rushing touchdowns Brock Forsey of Boise State scored in 2002.
With 541 offensive yards at San Jose State, Louisiana Tech set a new single-season program record for total offensive yards with 6,935. The previous record was 6,504 total offensive yards recorded in 1998.
Louisiana Tech’s Quinton Patton recorded his 11th career game with over 100 receiving yards tying him for fourth all-time at Louisiana Tech with Roger Carr.
Quarterback Colby Cameron surpassed Gene Johnson (1988-91) in the Louisiana Tech record books in career passing yardage as he finished the day with 468 passing yards, giving him 6,417 career passing yards.
With 125 receiving yards in the game, Quinton Patton moved into fourth place in Louisiana Tech’s single-season receiving charts.
Tonight’s game marked the first time since facing TCU in the Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 21, 2011 that Louisiana Tech was held to under 100 rushing yards.
With the loss, Louisiana Tech now has a 7-5 all-time record vs. San Jose State. The Spartan win marked the first against the Bulldogs since the 2006 season.
The 52 points allowed by San Jose State was the most a Spartan team has scored on Louisiana Tech.
The 95 combined points were the most scored in the series topping the 83 points combined in the 2010 game.
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