Aztecs’ Pumphrey breaks NCAA FBS all-time rushing record in Las Vegas Bowl win

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Donnel Pumphrey #19 of the San Diego State Aztecs runs upfield for a touchdownduring the first half of a game against the San Jose State Spartans at Qualcomm Stadium on October 21, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Donnel Pumphrey #19 of the San Diego State Aztecs runs upfield for a touchdownduring the first half of a game against the San Jose State Spartans at Qualcomm Stadium on October 21, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

LAS VEGAS — San Diego State football’s Donnel Pumphrey became the NCAA FBS all-time rushing leader Saturday in the Aztecs’ 34-10 win over Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl.

The senior finished the day with 115 yards on the ground, giving him an incredible 6,405 for his career.

Early in the fourth quarter, Pumphrey, playing in his hometown, took a handoff 15 yards, giving him 6,401 for his career and movinghis past former Heisman trophy winner Ron Dayne, who totaled 6,397.

Pumphrey also scored a touchdown in the second quarter, which gave the Aztecs the lead for good.