CFA College Game 32: West Texas A&M at Tarleton State, Oct. 12

Aaron Harris

West Texas A&M running back Aaron Harris. (College Football America and RoadTripSports photo by Chuck Cox)

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Tarleton State 31, West Texas A&M 27 (Photo Gallery)

STEPHENVILLE, TX — In a battle of unbeaten teams, Tarleton State shut out West Texas A&M in the second half to come away with a 31-27 victory over the Buffs on Saturday night in the Texans’ home opener at Memorial Stadium.

Down 27-3 at halftime, TSU (5-0, 4-0) put up four touchdowns after halftime while keeping WTAMU (5-1, 2-1) scoreless for the Lone Star Conference victory.

Le’Nard Meyers had the game-winning touchdown after also scoring to cut the lead to three. Meyers had eight catches for 161 yards. Texans quarterback Jake Fenske threw for 388 yards and three scores.

The Buffs lost the ball on downs on their final possession.

TSU will play at Delta State next week, while WTAMU will play host to Angelo State.

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