Weber St. used three Pick-6s to make N. Colorado 48-17. to unravel
OGDEN, Utah (AP) –
Weber State set a program record with three interceptions returned for touchdowns, and the Wildcats won their seventh straight season by beating Northern Colorado 48-17 on Saturday.
It was the first home win for the Wildcats (6-5, 5-3 Big Sky Conference), who won the regular season with five of the last seven.
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Desmond Williams, Braxton Gunther and Conner Mortensen returned 65 yards, 47 and 50 yards, respectively.
Northern Colorado was leading 10-3 in the middle of the second quarter, and Williams was tied when he intercepted Alec Lewis.
The Bears rebounded when Lewis threw a 63-yard touchdown pass to Dylan Thomas at 6:02 before halftime. Weber State drove from there on a 38-0 run.
Lewis threw two touchdowns for the Bears (3-8, 2-6) for 185 yards.