PUEBLO — The CSU-Pueblo football team pulls out a win Saturday in double-overtime over conference rival Colorado Mesa, 19-13.
The ThunderWolves were trailing at the end of the first half and relied on a filed goal to keep them on the board early courtesy of Dean Faithful. Michael Roots lead the Thuderwolves run game with 40 yards in the first half.
CSU-Pueblo scored its first toucdown in the fourth quarter when Nigel Mitchell caught a 14-yard pass from Nick Williams. The Pack called on Faithful in OT, and he answered.
Kicking off double-overtime, Steven Croell connected with Williams on a 17-yard pass to convert for another six points take the win.