FORT COLLINS -- Cornerbacks DeAndre Elliott and Jasen Oden both returned interceptions for touchdowns in the fourth quarter, and Colorado State weathered four turnovers of its own to beat Hawaii 42-27 on Saturday night.

Chris Nwoke had his first career touchdown catch and ran for another score to offset a pair of fumbles, helping Colorado State (2-6, 1-3 Mountain West) snap a six-game losing streak. Nwoke finished with 115 yards rushing, the first time this season a Rams player has gone over 100 yards.

Sean Schroeder completed 19 of 46 for 200 yards for Hawaii but was sacked four times and threw three interceptions.

Joey Iosefa rushed 22 times for 106 yards for the Warriors (1-6, 0-4), who lost their fifth in a row and remained winless in their last seven conference games dating to last season.

Colorado State started the second half with three successive turnovers as Nwoke fumbled for the second time, Conner Smith threw a second interception and Tommey Morris also lost a fumble. But Hawaii also struggled to capitalize, netting only a 26-yard field goal by Tyler Hadden following Morris' fumble to pull within 28-24 with 6:51 left in the third quarter.

Hadden kicked a 43-yard field goal later in the third to narrow the score to 28-27 after several Warriors broke through to partially block Pete Kontodiakos' punt.

But Elliott deflated the Warriors' comeback bid when he snared Schroeder's pass and sprinted untouched 76 yards down the sideline for the score with 14:36 left to play.

With 1:17 left, Schroeder overshot his target and Oden made the interception, in stride, taking it back 40 yards for a touchdown. Schroeder's final pass was picked off in the end zone by Elliott as time expired.

Taking advantage of two Hawaii fumbles, Colorado State led 28-21 at halftime, though the Warriors got back into the game after a surprise onside kick by the Rams backfired.

Riding a 21-point run to a two-touchdown lead, the Rams tried the onside kick, but it bounced into the arms of Hawaii's John Lister near midfield and he took off the other way, getting to the 2-yard line before being knocked out of bounds.

Four plays later, Schroeder dove into the end zone from 1-yard out for a touchdown.

Colorado St. 42, Hawaii 27

Hawaii 14 7 6 0--27

Colorado St. 7 21 0 14--42

First Quarter

Haw -- Garcia-Williams 12 fumble return (Hadden kick), 10:38.

CSU -- Nwoke 27 pass from Smith (Roberts kick), 8:29.

Haw -- Gant 8 pass from Schroeder (Hadden kick), 4:27.

Second Quarter

CSU -- Nwoke 7 run (Roberts kick), 14:09.

CSU -- Skelton 5 run (Roberts kick), 12:50.

CSU -- Morris 1 run (Roberts kick), 6:19.

Haw -- Schroeder 1 run (Hadden kick), 5:10.

Third Quarter

Haw -- FG Hadden 26, 6:51.

Haw -- FG Hadden 43, 4:31.

Fourth Quarter

CSU -- Elliott 76 interception return (Roberts kick), 14:36.

CSU -- Oden 40 interception return (Roberts kick), 1:17.

A -- 16,573.

Haw CSU

First downs 25 16

Rushes-yards 47-193 35-176

Passing 200 115

Comp-Att-Int 19-46-3 10-17-2

Return Yards 26 196

Punts-Avg. 5-39.0 5-52.4

Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-3

Penalties-Yards 5-31 8-114

Time of Possession 36:06 23:54

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING -- Hawaii, Iosefa 22-106, Gregory 16-84, Lister 2-4, Schroeder 7-(minus 1). Colorado St., Nwoke 19-115, Morris 9-53, Skelton 3-10, Hansley 2-0, Team 2-(minus 2).

PASSING -- Hawaii, Schroeder 19-46-3-200. Colorado St., Smith 10-17-2-115.

RECEIVING -- Hawaii, Lister 4-58, Ostrowski 4-48, Gant 3-35, Gregory 3-10, Hall 2-26, Harding 2-11, Stutzmann 1-12. Colorado St., Hansley 3-19, Lovett 2-33, Cartwright 2-24, Nwoke 1-27, Coffman 1-7, Greenwood 1-5.

No. 21 Boise St. 45,

Wyoming 14

LARAMIE, Wyo. -- D.J. Harper rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 21 Boise State past Wyoming for its seventh straight win.

Harper scored on runs of 12 and 3 yards, and Joe Southwick completed 20 of 28 passes for 198 yards and one interception for the Broncos (7-1, 4-0 Mountain West). The Boise State offense was an efficient 12 of 14 on third down conversions and scored on all five its red zone opportunities.

Boise State's defense held the Cowboys below their 25.6 scoring average, recorded four sacks and limited Wyoming to 106 yards below its average.

Wyoming (1-7, 0-4) was without head coach Dave Christensen, who was fined $50,000 and suspended by the school for the week over his conduct after a 28-27 loss to Air Force on Oct. 13.

Boise St. 7 10 21 7--45

Wyoming 0 7 0 7--14

First Quarter

Boi -- Harper 8 run (Frisina kick), 5:22.

Second Quarter

Wyo -- B.Smith 4 run (Williams kick), 12:38.

Boi -- FG Frisina 29, 6:40.

Boi -- Harper 9 run (Frisina kick), 3:40.

Third Quarter

Boi -- Williams-Rhodes 28 run (Frisina kick), 13:01.

Boi -- Bell 19 fumble return (Frisina kick), 10:12.

Boi -- Hedrick 1 run (Frisina kick), 2:41.

Fourth Quarter

Wyo -- B.Smith 23 run (Williams kick), 13:02.

Boi -- Ajayi 15 run (Frisina kick), 10:07.

A -- 17,855.

Boi Wyo

First downs 27 18

Rushes-yards 36-214 32-54

Passing 223 216

Comp-Att-Int 23-32-1 24-36-0

Return Yards 46 50

Punts-Avg. 1-39.0 5-44.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1

Penalties-Yards 4-34 1-5

Time of Possession 29:20 30:40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING -- Boise St., Harper 19-105, Ajayi 8-49, Williams-Rhodes 3-46, D.Wright 2-6, Southwick 2-5, Hedrick 2-3. Wyoming, Easton 6-19, Wick 7-17, B.Smith 13-9, Thompson 2-7, May 4-2.

PASSING -- Boise St., Southwick 20-28-1-198, Hedrick 3-4-0-25. Wyoming, B.Smith 24-35-0-216, Thompson 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING -- Boise St., Miller 7-78, Moore 5-39, Boldewijn 4-25, Potter 3-42, Burks 2-21, Harper 2-18. Wyoming, Miller 6-66, McNeill 6-48, Rufran 5-37, Claiborne 3-33, Herron 3-22, May 1-10.

Northern Arizona 12,

Northern Colorado 10

GREELEY -- Andy Wilder kicked an 18-yard field goal with 15 seconds left in the game to cap a 76-yard, 15-play drive and Northern Arizona escaped.

Northern Arizona (7-1, 5-0 Big Sky) had a 9-3 lead at the half, courtesy of Mike Doser's 59-yard interception return for a touchdown with 4:07 left in the second quarter.

Northern Colorado (2-6, 1-4) took a 10-9 lead with 4:52 left in the game on a 15-yard scoring pass from Seth Lobato to Dominic Gunn.

Northern Arizona's Cary Grossart completed 21 of 32 passes for 225 yards, and Lobato completed 20 of 36 passes for 198 and a TD. Each quarterback threw an interception.

N. Arizona 2 7 0 3--12

N. Colorado 0 3 0 7--10

First Quarter

NAz -- Safety, 14:26.

Second Quarter

NoCo -- FG Eden 20, 11:29.

NAz -- Dosen 59 interception return (Wilder kick), 4:07.

Fourth Quarter

NoCo -- Gunn 15 pass from Lobato (Eden kick), 4:52.

NAz -- FG Wilder 18, :15.

A -- 3,780.

NAz NoCo

First downs 15 16

Rushes-yards 37-118 28-42

Passing 225 198

Comp-Att-Int 21-32-1 20-36-1

Return Yards 99 27

Punts-Avg. 7-44.3 8-41.8

Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-1

Penalties-Yards 8-87 7-75

Time of Possession 30:30 29:30

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING -- N. Arizona, Bauman 26-92, DeBoskie-Johnson 5-15, Hess 1-4, Shanks 1-4, Grossart 4-3. N. Colorado, Dennis 20-70, Lobato 6-(minus 8), Team 2-(minus 20).

PASSING -- N. Arizona, Grossart 21-32-1-225. N. Colorado, Lobato 20-36-1-198.

RECEIVING -- N. Arizona, Shanks 4-83, Cole 4-26, D.Walker 3-49, Emanuel 3-33, Brantley 3-18, Bauman 3-10, DeBoskie-Johnson 1-6. N. Colorado, Jac.Davis 7-105, Gunn 2-20, Wilbers 2-19, Holland 2-9, Dennis 2-7, Monson 2-7, Jefferson 1-16, Stimphil 1-11, McDonald 1-4.