BYU vs. Utah State fourth quarter summary

Oct 05, 2012 - Posted by Mason Porter on October 5, 2012 at 11:46 pm

Quarter Summary

After the Aggies made a march to the redzone, BYU held its ground as the visitors missed a 38-yard field goal attempt to tie the game. The Cougar offense managed the clock well and converted on a couple of key third down plays to keep possession and run the clock out for the 6-3 victory.

Player Standouts

On the defensive end, Uani Unga recorded the Cougars' third sack of the game. Wide receiver Cody Hoffman exceeded 100-yards receiving on a 28-yard pass from Taysom Hill midway through the quarter. Running back Jamaal Williams had eight carries in the quarter for 42 yards, ending the game with a total of 71. Hill finished the night 24 of 36, throwing for 235 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

Highlights

On 3rd-and-8 from the BYU 22-yard line, Taysom Hill threw a 28-yard pass to Cody Hoffman, who reached over his defender's head to make a catch that kept the Cougars' drive alive. With less than two minutes remaining, the Cougars were on their own 28-yard line facing a 3rd-and-6. Taysom Hill pitched to running back Jamaal Williams who turned upfield for a gain of 11, converting the third down play and allowing BYU to run the clock out for the 6-3 victory.

Find pictures from the game at the BYU Football Facebook page.