Colorado State-Pueblo running back Jamaal Johnson gained 131 rushing yards on 18 carries Saturday night at Perkins Stadium, almost singlehandedly matching the New Mexico Highlands’ offensive total (153).
Johnson was one of seven CSUP players to gain positive yardage on the ground, helping the ThunderWolves pile up 269 rushing yards in a 35-7 win.
The Wolves evened their overall record at 4-4 and their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference mark at 3-3; Highlands is 0-8, 0-6.
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