|White WIns Spring Game, 17-14|
Harrison Waid kicked a 42-yard field goal at the start of the fourth quarter giving the White a 17-14 win over the Blue in San Jose State University's annual Spring Football Game.
In the split-squad game in which the seniors decided the sides, the White scored all 10 second-half points for the win. Ben Thompson, the game's leading rusher with 39 yards on six carries, tied the game at 14-14 with a 25-yard run prior to Waid's field goal. Wide receiver Noel Grigsby and quarterback David Fales opened the game's scoring on a 37-yard touchdown play in the first quarter.
San Jose State's three quarterbacks played for both teams. Fales was a combined 16-of-23 without an interception for 194 yards and the touchdown to Grigsby. Dasmen Stewart was 4-of-7 with two interceptions for 76 yards. Blake Jurich was 11-of-24 without an interception for 111 yards.
Sophomore Forrest Hightower, battling for a spot in the cornerback rotation, came up with the game's two interceptions. Defensive tackle Anthony Larceval of the Blue team had three of the game's five quarterback sacks.
San Jose State will close out its 2012 spring practice with its 15th session, Tuesday, April 17, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
White - Noel Grigsby, 37-yard pass from David Fales (Harrison Waid PAT)