The Cougars run out of the tunnel to defend their home field. BYU currently has the nation's second-longest winning streak.
After having not played a football game in over four years, sophomore quarterback Max Hall threw for 288 yards against a secondary consisting of some of the best corners in the Pac-10.
Austin Collie caught four passes for 41 yards, which were the exact same stats that Michael Reed had.
Redshirt freshman running back Harvey Unga racked up a total of 194 yards. As a team, the Wildcats had only 175 yards of total offense until their final drive, which covered 80 yards and ended with their only score of the game.
Cougars' Swarming Defense
The Cougars held the Wildcats to just one first down and 23 total yards in the first half. Through three quarters, the Wildcats had managed only three first downs and 14 rushing yards.
Eighteen-year-old sophomore Ian Dulan records a sack against Tuitama during a three-man rush.
Unga turns the corner on First-Team All-Pac-10 cornerback Antoine Cason, one of the nation's highest-rated cornerbacks. Unga scored his first touchdown of the game on this play.
Unga gives the victory sign in the end zone following his second touchdown against a senior-laden Wildcat defense.
Sophmore tight end Dennis Pitta hauls in a catch over Cason. Pitta ended the game with four catches for 33 yards and a touchdown.
Bryan Kehl led the Cougar defense with 12 tackles, including one-and-a-half tackles for a combined loss of four yards. In their last two games, the Cougars have held each of their Pac-10 opponents to 8 points or less.
Pitta scores his first touchdown of the season. The Cougar offense has outscored the last two Pac-10 teams by a total of 58-15.
A poised Hall looks down field. BYU's quarterback factory looks to be back in full productivity, and Hall looks to have picked up right where current NFL quarterback John Beck left off.
Speaking of former BYU quarterback greats, Gifford Nielson and Ty Detmer had their number-14 jerseys retired during halftime. The number 14 will forever hang within LaVell Edwards Stadium.
The man who helped bring the west coast offense to football, LaVell Edwards, speaks during the jersey retirement ceremony.