GREELEY, Colo. -- Randy Wright's four touchdown passes staked UC-Davis to a 31-0 lead and sparked a 34-18 Big Sky Conference win over Northern Colorado Saturday.
Wright drove the Aggies 74 yards in six plays with the opening kickoff, firing 28 yards to Taylor Sloat for the touchdown. He then engineered a 74-yard drive in 12 plays and made it 14-0 with a second scoring pass to Sloat, this one from 16-yards out. Wright added a 20-yard strike to Corey Galindo in the first half and a 13 yard-score to T.J. King in the third. Wright finished 27-of-37 for 310 yards.
UC-Davis (3-5) moves to 3-1 in the Big Sky Conference.
Tromaine Dennis ran 43 yards for a Northern Colorado (1-7, 0-4) score with 2:27 left in the third quarter and Seth Lobato added a 6-yard pass to Dimitri Stimphil for a touchdown with 2:03 left in the game.
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