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 702 RAPTORS
4/19/2014 12:30 PM(et)
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194 
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+2½
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194 
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4/19/2014 9:30 PM(et)
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4/19/2014 7:00 PM(et)
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4/19/2014 3:30 PM(et)
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4/20/2014 1:00 PM(et)
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4/20/2014 3:30 PM(et)
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4/20/2014 7:00 PM(et)
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4/20/2014 9:30 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 2:20 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 8:40 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 10:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 10:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:08 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 8:05 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 1:10 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 2:05 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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4/17/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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Cougars and Rebels mix it up in Sin City

Las Vegas, NV (Sports Network) - The 18th-ranked BYU Cougars get back to the business of beating up on the rest of the Mountain West Conference this weekend as they drop into Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas to challenge the UNLV Rebels.

The Cougars are back out on the road for the first time in almost a month, dating back to September 12th when they took care of Tulane by a score of 54-3 in Louisiana. Since then, BYU has gone from being crushed by Florida State (54-28) to beating Colorado State (42-23) in the league opener.

Last week BYU played on Friday night in Provo against Utah State, coming up with a relatively easy 35-17 triumph to get back into winning form.

As for the Rebels, the first four weeks of the campaign were challenging enough with close decisions against the likes of Oregon State, Hawaii and Wyoming, while also crushing Sacramento State in the opener, 38-3. Standing at an even 2-2 heading into last week's matchup with Nevada in the annual Battle for the Fremont Cannon, the Rebels were neck-and-neck with the Pack in the third quarter in Reno, locked at 28-28, but then the roof caved in on the visitors as they allowed 35 unanswered points and were subsequently dismissed rather rudely in the 63-28 final.

UNLV has a tough month of action heading its way with a home date against Utah on October 17th and trips to both New Mexico and nationally-ranked TCU still waiting to close out October.

BYU owns a 13-3 edge over the Sin City squad to this point, thanks to a thrilling 42-35 win in last year's meeting. Perhaps a better indicator for which team should win this game is the stat that says the Cougars are a perfect 7-0 versus UNLV in Las Vegas. BYU has won four in a row in the series and has scored at least 42 points in three of those contests.

The fight for the Old Wagon Wheel, awarded to the winner of the annual in- state battle between BYU and Utah State, wasn't much of a fight at all as the Cougars defeated the Aggies for the 10th straight time.

"I really think the defensive performance was exceptional," BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall noted following the victory. "There was a lot of grit, determination and physical play."

The Cougars gave up the first touchdown of the game to Utah State quarterback Diondre Borel, but after that the group buckled down and got serious. Nevertheless, the Aggies still ended up with 322 yards of total offense, which is quite a high number permitted by a Mendenhall coached squad. The always reliable Jan Jorgensen posted eight tackles and one of the team's three sacks, while Andrew Rich had a tackle for loss and a fumble recovery for the home team.

Behind the efforts of Harvey Unga who recorded a game-high 118 yards and scored once on 21 carries, the Cougars ran the ball almost two-thirds of the time, resulting in 213 yards and a pair of scores overall, much to the satisfaction of coach Mendenhall.

"I think we're very good when we run the ball and have balance...I like the idea of running it as much as we can."

The balance of which he spoke came from quarterback Max Hall who converted 16- of-23 passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns, but the signal-caller also had a pair of passes picked off.

Now through five games Hall has 10 interceptions, tossing at least two in all but one outing. He has 11 TDs, but the ratio between those two stats is nowhere near what it was in 2008 when he threw for nearly 4,000 yards and had just 14 INTs and 35 touchdowns on 477 attempts. Even in 2007 when he saw his first action for the Cougars, Hall had much better numbers over the course of the season with 26 TDs and only 12 picks.

Because Hall has made a number of bad calls with his passes, BYU is currently last in the MWC and 106th nationally with a turnover margin that reads minus-1.20 per game. If not for the efforts of someone like Dennis Pitta, who at one time was the nation's leading receiver, now with 26 catches for 339 yards and three touchdowns, Hall would be in even more dire straits.

While the Cougars know that Hall is the man who will be trotting out on the field to lead the offense on nearly every series, the same cannot be said for the Rebels who had to roll with backup QB Mike Clausen last weekend after starter Omar Clayton was held out with a shoulder injury. Against Nevada, Clausen converted 26-of-50 passes for 276 yards and a touchdown, but in no way was that enough to offset a record-breaking rushing effort by the Pack.

While UNLV backs were coming up with 70 yards and three touchdowns on 27 rushing attempts, two of those TDs being posted by Channing Trotter, the defense for the Rebels was allowing Nevada to roam free and generate a school- record 559 rushing yards and score seven TDs on 55 attempts. If that were not bad enough, the unit also watched as Colin Kaepernick converted all but three of his 18 pass attempts for another 208 yards and a score. When Kaepernick was passing the ball or running for 173 yards, he was on the receiving end of a six-yard touchdown pass that merely served to rub more salt in the wound.

At the beginning of this week the status for Clayton was listed as doubtful, which means Clausen might be lining up under center again for the Rebels, taking his 56.2 percent accuracy onto the field. If nothing else Clausen, who filled in for Clayton last season and threw five touchdowns in the last three games of the season, has made some thoughtful decisions in 2009 and has yet to toss an interception.

Making some of those choices easier for him is a receiver like Ryan Wolfe who is currently third in the conference and 18th in the nation with 7.2 catches per game. Wolfe already has 36 grabs for 420 yards, but with just a single touchdown it is only a matter of time before he breaks out and seriously hurts an opponent or two.

The first-ever two-time first team all-conference receiver in UNLV history, Wolfe is third in conference history in receptions and needs just 18 more to pass MWC career leader J.R. Tolver (San Diego State, 1999-2002) who finished with 262 receptions for the Aztecs. Averaging close to 13 yards per catch, Wolfe has already produced 3,155 yards and 14 TD catches in his four-year career.

Obviously the defense for the Rebels took a huge hit last weekend, skewing the stats for the program to the point where it is now 112th in the nation in run defense with 201.8 ypg allowed and 112th in total defense, with 449.0 ypg permitted.

10/7/2009 10:50:35 AM