DAVIS, Calif. (AP) -Sophomore quarterback Greg Denham threw for 310 yards and two touchdowns, completing 30 of 40 passes to lead UC Davis over North Dakota 34-21 on Saturday night.
Brandon Rice caught five passes for 74 yards and a touchdown, and Dean Rogers scored twice running for the UC Davis Aggies (5-4, 2-0 Great West), who sailed above the .500 winning mark for the first time since their final game in 2006.
Quarterback Danny Freund threw for 177 yards and one touchdown and Ismael Bamba caught two passes for 55 yards and a touchdown for the North Dakota Fighting Sioux (5-2, 0-1 Great West). Freund also scored on a 1-yard run.
Denham threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter to put the Aggies up 14-7.
The Fighting Sioux tied the game early in the second quarter. But the Aggies forged ahead on a 1-yard touchdown run by Rogers and a 30-yard field goal from Sean Kelly to end the half 24-14.
nt the Fighting Sioux from moving within a touchdown. UC Davis created more space when Rogers scored his second TD of the game on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter to make the score 31-14.

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