Greg Alexander threw three scoring passes, including two to Malcolm Lane, and Daniel Libre rushed for two touchdowns in the Warriors’ most productive outing of the season.
The Warriors had three one-play scoring drives, including Lane’s 82-yard, catch-and-sprint play.
What’s more, the Warriors intercepted three passes, all of which were parlayed into touchdowns.
The Warriors improved to 6-5 overall and finished with a 5-3 Western Athletic Conference record. They need to win one of their final two games — Washington State on Saturday or Cincinnati Dec. 6 — to finish with a winning regular season and earn the accompanying berth in the Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl.
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