Eric Mika shot for nine points within the first four minutes of the second half, taking BYU to a 47-41 advantage over San Francisco. A steal from Yoeli Childs set TJ Haws up for a jumper five minutes into the half, helping the Cougar's 51-41 lead against the Dons.
San Francisco began to put on the pressure with 11 minutes left in the game after five consecutive points. A huge dunk from Mika got the Cougars back in the game, taking an 11-point lead with 10:21 left on the clock, 61-50.
After a two-minute scoring drought, BYU put two more points on the board, continuing to push their lead, 63-54, with seven minutes left in the game.
With under five minutes remaining in the game, Nick Emery and Elijah Bryant made consecutive 3-pointers, taking BYU to a comfortable 12-point lead, 74-62. With 52 seconds remaining in the game, a dunk from Childs brought BYU to its highest lead of the game, 81-67. Mika wrapped up the game with a dunk in the last few seconds, securing a win over San Francisco, 85-75.
After more than doubling his points in the second half, Mika reached a career high of 31 points, finishing with 12 rebounds.