SAN ANTONIO (AP) - LSU commit Derrius Guice had two long touchdown receptions in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl to help the West beat the East 39-36 Saturday.

    

Guice, listed as a running back from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, lined up at the slot and got wide open for a 92-yard score from Anaheim, California, quarterback Travis Waller for the game's first TD. He got wide open again on a 61-yard TD pass from Ventura, California, quarterback Ricky Town.

    

T.J. Rahming, who is committed to Duke, joined Guice with a pair of TD catches. Rahming, from Powder Springs, Georgia, scored one for the East on a flea-flicker.

    

Miami high-schooler Tim Irvin, the nephew of former Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin, set up the game's first score when his 35-yard punt return was followed with a field goal by Georgia commit Rodrigo Blankenship.