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WEBER STATE NIPS BOISE STATE WITH CLUTCH JUMPER BY TEBBS

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Justyn Tebbs sank a 10-foot jump shot with six seconds remaining and Weber State took advantage of poor shooting by Boise State to post a 64-62 win Saturday night in a Big Sky Conference game.

The Wildcats (16-9 overall 7-4 Big Sky) ended the Bronco's 7-game winning streak. Boise State fell to 13-10 and 9-2.Tebbs' winning basket, only his second of the game, came after Boise State's Phil Rodman had tied the score at 62 with a pair of free throws with 39 seconds remaining. Rodman had given the Broncos a 60-58 lead with a steal and a slam dunk with 3:07 remaining. But the Wildcat's Jimmy DeGraffenried scored a free throw and center Andy Smith added a free throw and a basket to give Weber State a 62-60 lead.

Boise State called timeout with 5.5 seconds remaining and guard Shane Flanagan drove up the middle, but his layup failed to fall as the buzzer sounded.

DeGraffenried led Weber State with 20 points, Alex Fisher added 13 and Ryan Cuff had 10. Rodman led the Broncos with 22 points, while Mike Tolman added 12.

Weber State shot 59 percent from the field while Boise State shot 34 percent.