SAN JOSE, Calif. — Tulsa bounced back from a tough opening night loss in impressive fashion Saturday, rolling in the second half to knock off San Jose State, 34-16.
After being held to negative rushing yards as a team in last Friday's loss to Michigan State, Tulsa's Shamari Brooks led the charge Saturday by rushing for 140 yards and one touchdown.
Baylor transfer Zach Smith, who made his first start at quarterback last week, was 21-of-28 passing for 283 yards and one touchdown.
Sam Crawford Jr. had nine catches for 137 yards.
Tulsa led just 17-10 in the third quarter, but scored 17 straight points to put the game away.
Hurricane finds offensive rhythm, cruises to win
First down | Story of the game
Second down | Matchup that mattered
Third down | Game MVP
Fourth down | What's next
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First down | Top storyline
Second down | Key matchup
Third down | Player to watch
Fourth down | Who wins and why
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