Jeff Webb finished with nine catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns.

Oct. 22, 2005






SAN DIEGO (AP) - New Mexico's Kole McKamey threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Lobos beat San Diego State 47-24 Saturday night.

New Mexico (5-3, 3-2 Mountain West) won their fifth straight over the Aztecs (3-5, 2-3).

The Lobos used a nine-play, 89-yard drive to go up 40-10 in the third quarter when McKamey hit Hank Baskett for his second TD reception.

New Mexico scored on its first five possessions and limited San Diego State to 115 yards total offense as they took a 30-3 lead into halftime.

Following a 19-yard pass play from McKamey to Baskett, McKamey hit Travis Brown for a 17-yard TD on New Mexico's opening drive.

Moore had 4-yard touchdown run and Kenny Bird kicked a 39-yard field goal to put New Mexico up 16-0 after one quarter.

In the second, two more New Mexico touchdowns bookended San Diego State's only points of the half, Garrett Palmer's 43-yard field goal.

Baskett scored on a 10-yard pass from McKamey, and McKamey scored on a one-yard keeper.

The Aztecs managed only five first downs to 20 for the Lobos in the first half.

San Diego State wide receiver Jeff Webb finished with nine catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns.