Whether your agree that the problem with BYU’s woes through the first four games of the 2016 season falls on the shoulders of Taysom Hill, even the fifth-year senior can acknowledge his share of blame. Now is about fixing the Cougars' woes.
Utah dialed up a late-game touchdown to put away USC Friday night and to remain undefeated this season. The come-from-behind victory helped Utah’s case as it moved up in this week’s college football rankings.
Raysean Pringle ran for 112 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, Malik Brown added 174 yards and a score on the ground, and Southern Utah outgunned Portland State 45-31 in the Big Sky opener for both teams in Cedar City.
There were plenty of issues all around, but perhaps the offense shouldn’t shoulder the majority of the blame for a losing effort. Here’s how the Cougars graded out as they fell to 1-3 in the Kalani Sitake era.
The Mountaineers piled up 483 yards of offense to BYU’s 371 to send the Big 12 newcomers to a 35-32 win over the expansion hopefuls at FedEx Field on Saturday afternoon in the highest-scoring game of BYU's 2016 season.
The Pioneers unveiled a special play that the players drew up. Not a halfback pass, a double reverse or naked boot leg for a touchdown. Each player walked up to senior Shelbie Luce and handed her a single orange rose.