SAN MARCOS, Texas -- Tyler Rogers threw for 474 yards and three touchdowns as New Mexico State charged back in the second half to knock off Texas State 45-35 in Sun Belt Conference action on Saturday.
Jaleel Scott hauled in seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown and Anthony Muse caught four for 88 yards and a score as the Aggies (4-5, 2-3) rallied from a 21-17 deficit at the half to score two-straight touchdowns in the third to take the lead for good.
Rogers passed to OJ Clark from the 14 and he dove for the end zone for the score with 2:22 remaining to seal the win.
Damian Williams threw for 321 yards and two scores for Texas State.
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