Four players scored in double figures as BYU cruised to a 100-50 win over Prairie View A&M at the Marriott Center.
Tyler Haws and Kyle Collinsworth finished with a game-high 19 points with Eric Mika adding 15 and Anson Winder chipping in 11 for BYU.
The second half started with a slower pace than the first half as both teams were not making as many baskets. BYU scored seven points highlighted by a layup by Frank Bartley IV and a steal and a layup by Matt Carlino 10 seconds later.
Following a media timeout, both teams went two minutes without scoring before Prairie View hit a layup and Tyler Haws found Bartley on the wing for a 3-pointer. Carlino had his hand in the next eight points to give BYU some much-needed energy. He had a layup and on the next possession, stole a pass in the front court and scored in transition. Over the next two possessions, Carlino found Kyle Collinsworth for two layups including an acrobatic alley-oop where Carlino almost lost the ball before throwing it up and watching Collinsworth throw it down.
The previous plays were part of a 20-0 run that BYU went on during the middle of the second half. Over that run, BYU built a 76-37 lead.
Josh Sharp came into the game late in the half and scored a quick four points to get in the scoring column. Skyler Halford beat his man and found Sharp open for an easy lay-in and Anson Winder drove to the middle and passed it to Sharp for a two-handed dunk on the baseline.
Eleven out of the 12 players who saw action tonight scored as BYU almost doubled up the visiting team 100-50.