New Mexico State gets first win, 41-28 over Incarnate Word
LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - Josh Adkins threw two touchdown passes, Jason Huntley ran for 174 yards and New Mexico State beat Incarnate Word 41-28 on Saturday for its first win of the season.
Adkins was 28-of-38 passing for 316 yards and threw 34- and 42-yard touchdown passes to Tony Nicholson in the first quarter. Nicholson finished with five catches for 98 yards. Huntley had 25 carries that included a 1-yard touchdown run.
Jared Phipps had two interceptions, and OJ Clark ran into the end zone on a 77-yard punt return for New Mexico State (1-9).
Jon Copeland was 18-of-40 passing for 181 yards, threw one touchdown pass and both interceptions for Incarnate Word (5-6). Copeland also had a 1-yard touchdown run with about a minute left in the game. Ce'Cori Tolds’ 100-yard kickoff return pulled the Cardinals to 34-21 with 13:41 remaining.
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