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PROVO, Utah -- BYU football finishes off the regular season on the road, facing Nevada Saturday at noon PST in Reno, Nev.
Kickoff is slated for 12:04 p.m. PST.
The Countdown to Kickoff pregame show will begin at 11 a.m. PST on BYUtv and BYUtvsports.com. Fans can also tune in to BYUtv and BYUtvsports.com for the live postgame show at the conclusion of the game. Radio coverage will begin at 10 a.m. PST on the Cougar IMG Sports Network 1160 AM/102.7 FM and BYU Radio (SiriusXM channel 143).
BYU (7-4) at Nevada (4-7, 3-5 MW)
Saturday, Nov. 30 at 12:04 p.m. PST
BYU at Nevada Complete Game Notes
BYU is 4-2-2 against Nevada. The last time the Cougars and the Wolf Pack met was in 2010, when Nevada defeated BYU 27-13 in Reno.
BYU is 274-161-13 against Mountain West opponents. BYU’s last Mountain West opponent was Boise State, which the Cougars defeated 37-20 in Provo on Oct. 25.
BYU ranks No. 13 in the nation in rushing offense with 263.7 yards per game earned on the ground.
BYU is also No. 14 in total offense with 495.6 yards per game.
Cody Hoffman holds the BYU all-time records for career receiving yards with 3,431, receptions with 246 and touchdown receptions with 33. He needs one more 100-yard receiving game to pass Austin Collie and hold the BYU all-time record in that category.
1,000 yards. Sophomore quarterback Taysom Hill has 1,057 rushing yards and 2,547 passing yards this season, the first BYU player and 23rd in the NCAA to have 1,000 rushing yards and 2,000 passing yards in a season. Sophomore running back Jamaal Williams needs just 17 more rushing yards to reach 1,000. If Williams reaches 1,000, it will be the first time in BYU history two players have rushed for 1,000 in the same season.
Linebacker Kyle Van Noy is on finalist or semifinalist lists for four awards-- the Senior CLASS Award finalist list and the Butkus, Bednarik and Lombardi semifinalist lists.
Van Noy is No. 4 nationally among active players in career sacks (26). He is also No. 4 in career solo tackles for loss (56), No. 5 in career tackles for loss yards (310), No. 3 in career forced fumbles (11), No. 4 in career solo sacks (25) and No. 3 in career sack yards (192).
Uani ‘Unga set a new record for tackles in a game (since 2000) with 19 against Notre Dame. The senior broke the record he shared with current outside linebackers coach Kelly Poppinga. ‘Unga has 125 tackles this season and ranks fourth nationally with 11.4 tackles per game. His 125 tackles sets a new school record (since 2000) for total tackles in a season. He broke the school record of 116 set by Aaron Francisco in 2003.
Fifth-year senior Eathyn Manumaleuna has set a record for career games played at BYU with 54. The previous record was 53 and held by former All-WAC performer David Futrell. Manumaleuna has started in a team-high 49 games.