The Spartans had a season-high 504 yards of total offense.
Four pass plays of 30 or more yards, three fumble recoveries and three quarterback sacks were in the Spring Game.
San José State's 495 yards of total offense are the most since the Portland State win.
In a 3-3 series, the Spartans return to Tulsa for the first time in 12 years.
The Spartans opened the season losing to Tulsa, 45-10.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In his third season with the Spartans... A returning starter as a wide receiver... Explosive kickoff returner... A transfer from the University of Southern California... Originally came to San Jose State as a defensive back...Moved to wide receiver prior to the start of 2016 spring practice.
2016: Played in 10 games and was a starter six times... Caught 16 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns... Had a reception in seven of the 10 games he played... Scored the team's first touchdown of the year with his season-long 64-yard reception at Tulsa... Season high four receptions for 72 yards in the Air Force game (11/19)... Had eight rushing attempts for 53 yards and a long run of 13 yards at Boise State (11/4)... Was the primary kickoff returner during the season with 26 returns... Seventh in the Mountain West with a 20.6 average... Season long 70-yard return in the Nevada win (10/15).
2015: Did not see any game action with the Spartans to fulfill NCAA requirements for transfer student-athletes.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: Redshirted the 2014 season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in football at Cabrillo High in Long Beach, Calif. (Coach Jason Brown)... Named to the 2013 PrepStar All-American Dream Team, ESPN 300 and Orange County Register Fab 15 second team as a senior... Had 47 receptions for 562 yards and two touchdowns his senior season... Played his sophomore and junior football seasons at Jordan High in Long Beach, Calif. (Coach Thomas Barnes) ... Also lettered in basketball at Jordan High.
MORE ON RAHSHEAD: A communication studies major... He is a native of Compton, Calif.