OGDEN, Utah — Jadrian Clark had 451 total yards and accounted for two touchdowns, including a 10-yard scoring run with 1:42 left, and Weber State beat Sacramento State 14-7 on Saturday night in a non-conference matchup of two Big Sky Conference teams.

Clark was 25 of 35 passing for 380 yards and added 71 yards rushing on 12 carries. Cam Livingston had six catches for 108 yards and Andrew Vollert had 101 yards receiving for Weber State (1-2).

Clark completed 4 of 5 passes for 34 yards and had two carries for 29 yards on the 12-play, 87-yard winning drive.

Sacramento State’s Allen Perryman recovered a muffed punt on the Wildcats’ 9 and Demetrius Warren’s scoring run on the next play gave the Hornets (0-3) a 7-0 lead with 14:10 left in the first half.

On Weber State’s ensuing drive, Clark hit Vollert for 39 yards and Livingston for 36 more on the next play. A pass interference call against the Hornets made it first-and-goal from the 7 and set up a touchdown pass from Clark to Drew Batchelor.

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