BYU 10 7 14 0 31
UTAHST 7 0 0 7 14
Date of game: 10/4/2013
Game Log
Qtr 4
Nick Diaz extra point is good.

Qtr 4


Qtr 4
8-yard pass from Craig Harrison to Ronald Butler.

Qtr 4
Utah State Touchdown - 8-yard pass from Craig Harrison to Ronald Butler. (Nick Diaz extra point is good).

Qtr 3


Qtr 3
Justin Sorensen extra point is good.

Qtr 3
43-yard pass from Taysom Hill to Mitch Mathews.

Qtr 3
BYU Touchdown - 43-yard pass from Taysom Hill to Mitch Mathews. (Justin Sorensen extra point is good).

Qtr 3


Qtr 3
Justin Sorensen extra point is good.

Qtr 3
6-yard pass from Taysom Hill to Mitch Mathews.

Qtr 3
BYU Touchdown - 6-yard pass from Taysom Hill to Mitch Mathews. (Justin Sorensen extra point is good).

Qtr 3
Jamaal Williams rushed for 3 yards.

Qtr 2
Nick Diaz field goal blocked by BYU. fumble recovered by Team Team at the BYU 28 returned for no gain.

Qtr 2
Justin Sorensen extra point is good.

Qtr 2


Qtr 2
BYU Touchdown - 30-yard pass from Taysom Hill to Mitch Mathews. (Justin Sorensen extra point is good).

Qtr 2
30-yard pass from Taysom Hill to Mitch Mathews.

Qtr 1
BYU Field Goal - 27-yarder by Justin Sorensen.

Qtr 1
27-yarder by Justin Sorensen.

Qtr 1
Nick Diaz extra point is good.

Qtr 1


Qtr 1
7-yard pass from Chuckie Keeton to Travis Van Leeuwen.

Qtr 1
Utah State Touchdown - 7-yard pass from Chuckie Keeton to Travis Van Leeuwen. (Nick Diaz extra point is good).

Qtr 1
Kennedy Williams rushed to the BYU 7 for 2 yards.

Qtr 1


Qtr 1
Justin Sorensen extra point is good.

Qtr 1
18-yard interception return by Kyle Van Noy.

Qtr 1
BYU Touchdown - 17-yard interception return by Kyle Van Noy. (Justin Sorensen extra point is good).

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