Riley Nelson receives fourth FBS Independent Player of the Week honor

Riley Nelson set career highs at Hawaii in completing 25 of 37 passes for 363 yards, while his three touchdown passes tied a career best. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
BYU quarterback Riley Nelson, Navy linebacker Matt Warrick and Navy placekicker Jon Teague have been named FBS Independent Players of the Week, for games from Nov. 26 through Dec.

First half goals give No. 6 BYU 2-1 win over Portland

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BYU vs. Portland Box Score

PORTLAND, Ore. – Two first half goals were enough for No. 6 BYU women’s soccer to defeat the Portland Pilots 2-1 on Saturday night at Merlo Field.

Football - UCONN Highlights

Highlights from the Cougars win over UCONN.

Football - Kaufusi Tautu Post

Bronson Kaufusi and Sae Tautu address the media after the win over UCONN.

Football - Brown Post

Algie Brown talks with the media after the win over UCONN.

Football - Mangum Houk Post

Tanner Mangum and Terenn Houk address the media after the win over UCONN.

Football - Mendenhall Post UCONN

Head Coach Bronco Mendenhall addresses the media after the win over UCONN.

UConn vs. BYU Postgame Notes and Quotes

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The alumni flag was carried by former BYU tight end and All-American Chris Smith (1987-90). The team flag was carried by junior wide receiver Nick Kurtz and the special teams flag was carried by sophomore defensive back Micah Hannemann.

Attendance: 56,393

Mangum's 365 passing yards lead BYU to 30-13 win over UConn

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PROVO, Utah – Led by Tanner Mangum’s record-breaking night, BYU football defeated Connecticut 30-13 at home on Friday night.

BYU (3-2) had 539 total yards in the win compared with 230 from UConn (3-2, 0-1 AAC). The Cougar defense had four sacks in the game and allowed just one touchdown.

Mangum completed 35 of 53 passes for 365 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, breaking the record for passing yards in a single game by a freshman quarterback at BYU.

Stellar blocking helps No. 15 BYU to sweep at San Diego

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SAN DIEGO – Stellar blocking helped lead No. 15 BYU women’s volleyball past rival San Diego in a sweep (25-23, 26-24, 25-20) Friday night at Jenny Craig Pavilion.

“We had a total team effort tonight,” BYU head coach Heather Olmstead said. “I love the way our team fought for this match. Our assistants did a great job to prepare them well, and the team executed the game plan.”