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Photos from historic win over La Tech
For the second week in a row San Jose State jumped to an early lead against a highly touted opponent. After shooting to a 10-0 lead early in the game, the Spartans surrendered two touchdowns late in the first half to go into the locker room down by 3. However, SJSU battled back and with his third interception of the game, Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week Bene Benwikere sealed the 52-43 victory for the Spartans.
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