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Through four games, the No. 20-ranked BYU football offense’s pass game has brought back memories.
The BYU football team may not have had their best outing Saturday against FCS-power McNeese State in its 30-3 win but there was certainly a bright side.
During a third quarter timeout at the BYU-McNeese State football game, mascot Cosmo the Cougar attempted a triple flip off a springboard — and promptly lost his head.
Daily Herald columnist Darnell Dickson looks at some of the key moments and players from BYU’s 30-3 victory against McNeese State at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
When talking about who were the most valuable players for the BYU football team in last Saturday’s 24-21 upset win at then-No. 6 Wisconsin, the discussion is certain to revolve around senior linebackers Sione Takitaki and Zayne Anderson on defense and senior running back Squally Canada and junior wide receiver Aleva Hifo on offense.
1. #10 Washington (2-1, 0-0 Pac-12 North)
After the BYU football team scored a field goal to take the lead in the fourth quarter of the showdown at No 6-ranked Wisconsin on Sept. 15, the Badgers got the ball back and looked to answer.