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2017 Schedule
8-6, 1st in MW - Mountain
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Mountain West ties for most G5 wins

New Mexico, San Diego State, Hawai'i and Air Force won bowl games to give the Mountain West a 4-3 bowl record. No other Group of 5 conference earned more wins.

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Junior RB Hill will leave Wyoming for NFL draft

Wyoming RB Brian Hill, fresh off a season that saw him finish third in the FBS in rushing with 1,860 yards, is going pro, he announced on Twitter.

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Champ. Drive: Cougars, Cowboys Submit A Classic

Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Adam Rittenberg recap an exciting game between BYU and Wyoming and discuss the momentum it could give the Cougars heading into next year.

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BYU outlasts Wyoming in rainy Poinsettia Bowl

The Poinsettia Bowl was a rainy affair in which BYU held on to win, as the Cougars intercepted the Cowboys late to quash Wyoming's comeback.

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Interception seals bowl victory for BYU

Kai Nacua picks off Wyoming QB Josh Allen with 1:22 left. The Cougars took two knees to run out the clock and secure the Poinsettia Bowl win over their former conference rival.

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BYU holds off Wyoming to win Poinsettia Bowl (1:30)
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Postgame breakdown and trophy ceremony for BYU's 24-21 victory over Wyoming (7:31)
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Sitake happy BYU seniors could go out with bowl win (1:30)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

BYU holds on to beat Wyoming 24-21 in the Poinsettia Bowl. The ViewFromVegas is Wyoming rallied to get in the back door as a 10-point underdog. Favorites have won 7 of the 9 bowls so far, but underdogs lead 5-4 ATS with three losing 'dogs staying within the spread. The game stayed under the betting total of 56.5 points and unders are now 8-1 as the only over was in last night's Boca Raton Bowl.

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BYU's INT seals Poinsettia Bowl victory (1:42)
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Wyoming not going away quietly

Josh Allen lofts it to Tanner Gentry for a 23-yard TD, cutting BYU's lead to 24-21 with just over 2:00 left in the fourth quarter of the Poinsettia Bowl.

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Wyoming answers with touchdown

Josh Allen finds Tanner Gentry in the back of the end zone for a 9-yard TD, cutting Wyoming's deficit to 24-14 in the fourth quarter against BYU in the Poinsettia Bowl.

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Williams takes it to the house

BYU RB Jamaal Williams breaks loose for a 36-yard TD run, extending the Cougars' fourth-quarter lead to 24-7 over Wyoming in the Poinsettia Bowl.

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BYU looks to extend lead after turnover

Dayan Lake intercepts Wyoming QB Josh Allen's pass and returns it to the BYU 45-yard line. The Cougars are driving with a 17-7 lead at the start of the fourth quarter in the Poinsettia Bowl.

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BYU comes up with crazy tipped TD catch

Tanner Mangum's pass bounced off one BYU receiver and two Wyoming defenders before Tanner Balderree ends up catching it in the back of the end zone for the score.

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Hill gets Wyoming on the board with TD

Brian Hill takes it in from four yards out to cut into BYU's lead in the third quarter of the Poinsettia Bowl.

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BYU Head Coach Kalani Sitake on how to deal with the wet conditions in the 2nd half (0:52)

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

The weather is never an excuse but it is a factor tonight in the SDCCU Poinsettia Bowl. BYU has already had two turnovers but play as a whole has been sloppy (the two teams have only combined for 2-of-11 third downs).

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Mangum dives for game's first score

Tanner Mangum drops back to throw, but he decides to keep it himself and dives in for the TD to give BYU a 7-0 lead over Wyoming in the Poinsettia Bowl on ESPN.

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Botched punt sets up BYU score

Wyoming lost 20 yards on this botched punt, giving BYU the ball at the Cowboys' 3-yard line late in the first quarter. Two plays later, the Cougars punched it in to take a 7-0 lead.

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Not the start that BYU hoped for

BYU star RB Jamaal Williams runs 23 yards to the Wyoming 17-yard line, but Cassa Maluia forces a fumble. The Cowboys' Lucas Wacha recovers it in the first quarter of the Poinsettia Bowl on ESPN.

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