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Weber State smokes Southern Utah 62-0 in its Big Sky farewell

Weber State sent Southern Utah out of the Big Sky Conference with a 62-0 loss.

Weber State sent Southern Utah out of the Big Sky Conference with a 62-0 loss. (Robert Casey, Weber State Athletics)


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CEDAR CITY β€” Weber State sent Southern Utah out of the Big Sky Conference with a 62-0 loss.

The 62 points is tied for the ninth most in a game in Weber State history. It was the final Big Sky game between the two in-state rivals and it ended with the first shutout by Weber State against a Big Sky team since 2007.

The Thunderbirds are moving up to FBS level and will be members of the Western Athletic Conference starting the 2022-23 season.

Bronson Barron completed 13-of-18 pass attempts for 225 yards and three scores for Weber State. Southern Utah quarterback Justin Miller was intercepted three times.

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