The Cougars run out of the tunnel to start the season. BYU defended its home turf against a pesky Panther team.
Max Hall's cousin Reed White makes his first college catch, one that nearly went for a touchdown.
Running Back Harvey Unga scampers in for one of his three touchdowns. Unga ran for two and caught one in the Cougars' 41-17 victory over UNI.
Unga finished the day with 18 carries for 65 yards, averaging 3.6 yards per carry. He also caught six passes for 47 yards.
Cougar defensive end Jan Jorgensen lines up in the trenches. He ended the game with one solo tackle, four assisted tackles and one sack for a loss of eight yards.
BYU quarterback Max Hall surveys the field and winds up for the pass. Hall completed 34-of-41 passes for 486 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. He completed an outstanding 82.9 percent of his passes.
The Cougars swarm Panther running back Corey Lewis.
Jorgensen nearly comes up with a safety by sacking Panther quarterback Pat Grace in the end zone.
Big Cougar offensive guard Ray Feinga lines up in the trenches.
David Nixon lays the wood to Grace. Grace was helped off the field three times by Panther trainers.
BYU outside linebacker Coleby Clawson hits Grace. The hit caused a fumble and sent Grace to the sidelines for the last time.
Cougar defensive end Ian Dulan lines up for the snap.
True freshman O'Neill Chambers returns a kick. Chambers had 108 total yards on special teams play in his first game as a Cougar.
Tight end Dennis Pitta has an outstanding game, hauling in 11 passes for 213 yards and an average of 19.4 yards per catch.
Max Hall releases a pass.