Found December 26, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
The Brigham Young Cougars extended their school record for most consecutive bowl wins to four last week when they won the Poinsettia Bowl. BYU also continued its streak record setting play in bowl games. BYU set or tied six official Poinsettia Bowl records.Ezekiel Ansah was the first to enter the record books when he intercepted a pass on San Diego State's first drive of the game. He tied the record for most passes intercepted. Later in the game, Kyle Van Noy and Alani Fua would tie that same record with interceptions of their own. Van Noy and Jordan Johnson tied the record for most fumbles recovered with one each.Just as BLUE COUGAR FOOTBALL said it was possible a week before the game, Cody Hoffman broke the record set in 2005 of nine pass receptions by catching 10 passes from James Lark.  Early in the fourth quarter, Lark tied the dubious record for most interceptions thrown with two. By the end of the game, the San Diego State quarterback overtook Lark and held the record all...
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