OGDEN, Utah -- Jake Constantine passed for two touchdowns and Trey Tuttle added a pair of field goals and Weber State defeated Sacramento State 26-14 on Saturday to win its fourth straight and remain bunched among Big Sky Conference leaders.
Tuttle kicked field goals of 42 and 35 yards in the first half, and Constantine threw a 20-yard scoring pass to Darryl Denby wide open in the end zone as the Wildcats (7-2, 5-1) built a 13-0 lead after a half.
Weber State, ranked No. 5 in the FCS coaches poll, pushed the lead to 19-0 when Constantine connected with Rashid Shaheed from 20 early in the third quarter.
Armon Bailey came untouched off the end to sack Constantine -- his first career sack -- and Leonard Hazewood IV picked the ball off the turf and returned it 33 yards for Sacramento State's first touchdown. Hamish McClure added a 13-yard scramble in the final minute for the Hornets (2-7, 0-6).
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