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Note: In 2012, BLUE COUGAR FOOTBALL had an analysis for each game called Mo Moment tracking the momentum changing plays in Brigham Young Cougars football games. Game Changing Plays is the 2013 version of Mo Moments. Clearly, the BYU Cougars lost the 2013 season opener to the Virginia Cavaliers because of the interception Taysom Hill threw with less than three minutes to play that was returned to the BYU 13-yard line. The Cougars held a 16-12 lead at that point, and victory was all but assured. BYU could have still won the game, even with the interception and the touchdown one play later, if three plays had gone differently. These are the game changing plays Play 1: 53-yard Field Goal, 0:00 2nd Quarter On the final play of the first half, Virginia kicked a 53-yard field goal. The final score of the game was 19-16. Simple math tells you that the score would have been 16-16 without that field goal. However, BYU had 16 points because of a failed two-point conversion attempt ...
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Ah, Virginia. The green rolling hills, beautiful campus, friendly people, and oppressive humidity that can stop a herd of elephants in their tracks. Virginia fans commented that they could never remember a game being delayed because of weather before – much less being required to evacuate the stadium. My thanks to whoever at UVA opened the Rice building across from Scott...
Kevin Parks ran 13 yards for a touchdown with 2:36 to play Saturday night and Virginia beat BYU 19-16 in a wild, rain-drenched season-opener that had a 2-hour weather delay.
Parks' run came one play after Anthony Harris intercepted a tipped pass from Taysom Hill and then flipped the ball to teammate Henry Coley, who was running alongside and carried it to the 13.
BYU got the...
Charlottesville, Va.-- Virginia safety Anthony Harris blocked punt and interception helped the Cavaliers edge over BYU 19-16. Game recap below.
After hammering New Mexico State 56-7 on Saturday night with an explosive second half, the Longhorns hit the road to face the Cougars of BYU on Saturday. How did the boys from Provo do on the road yesterday at Virginia?
The honest answer…not so well.
The game was delayed for two hours by a monsoon, but a late touchdown gave the Cavaliers a 19-16 over the Cougars. One only needs...
Senior cornerback Skye PoVey gives his thoughts on the season opener against Virginia. PoVey will face talented Virginia receivers like Tim Smith, Darius Jennings and Dominique Terrell. It will be his challenge to keep the speedy receivers of Virginia from succeeding at the boundary side.