Colorado State’s Kevin Nutt Jr., a sophomore who prepped at Fresno’s Edison High, had a 96-yard touchdown to open the second half among his three kickoff returns for 120 yards in the Rams’ 34-31 win over Fresno State on Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. The 96-yard return tied for sixth longest in program history.
Colorado State’s Kevin Nutt Jr., a sophomore who prepped at Fresno’s Edison High, had a 96-yard touchdown to open the second half among his three kickoff returns for 120 yards in the Rams’ 34-31 win over Fresno State on Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. The 96-yard return tied for sixth longest in program history. GARY KAZANJIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS
Colorado State’s Kevin Nutt Jr., a sophomore who prepped at Fresno’s Edison High, had a 96-yard touchdown to open the second half among his three kickoff returns for 120 yards in the Rams’ 34-31 win over Fresno State on Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. The 96-yard return tied for sixth longest in program history. GARY KAZANJIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS

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