EWU 30, Weber State 27SPOKANE, Wash. -- Jovan Griffith rushed for 156 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Eastern Washington Eagles to a 30-27 win Saturday over the Weber State Wildcats at Joe Albi Stadium.

The Eagles finished the season with a 7-4 record, 6-2 in the Big Sky Conference. Weber State posted a 3-8 record, 2-6 in the Big Sky Conference.

The Eagles were trailing 20-14 when Griffith ran two yards with 34 seconds left in the third quarter for his second touchdown of the day. That began a string of 17 straight points as the Eagles took a 30-20 lead.

Weber State narrowed Eastern's lead to three with 59 seconds left in the game on a 27-yard pass from Cole Cooper to Christian Frech. But Weber's onside kick attempt was recovered by Eastern's Tyson Knaevelsrud to seal the win for the Eagles.

Griffith finished the season with 1,275 rushing yards, the third best performance in Eastern history. He had 14 touchdowns for the season, also third in school history.