SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (AP)—James Langford kicked a 39-yard field goal
with 36 seconds left to lift Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo to a 27-24 victory over
South Dakota on Saturday night.
After trailing 17-0 at halftime, the Mustangs (5-3, 3-0 Great West) got on
the board in the third quarter with a field goal by Langford and a touchdown
pass from Andre Broadous to Jake Romanelli.
Early in the fourth quarter, Josh Vander Maten ran for the only touchdown of
the half for the Coyotes (5-4, 2-1) to make it 24-10.
Late in the quarter, Broadous ran for two touchdowns less than three minutes
apart and then helped the Mustangs drive to within field goal range in the final
minute. Broadous finished throwing 13 for 22 for 117 yards.
Dante Warren completed 11 of 16 tries for 183 yards and two touchdowns while
Kevin Robb added a field goal for the Coyotes.