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2016 Schedule
3-0, 5th in Big 12
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19hAdam Rittenberg

Coaching winners and losers from Week 4

Gus Malzahn got a huge win -- at the expense of fellow hot-seat staple Les Miles -- while Clay Helton saw his season continue spiraling downward. Plus, what Bobby Petrino's next move should be.


Interception seals WVU win

With BYU driving deep down three, Cougars QB Taysom Hill's pass is batted right to Maurice Fleming's for the game-saving interception. West Virginia holds on to win 35-32.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Huge road win for West Virginia tonight against BYU. The Mountaineers' defense came through in the clutch, picking off Taysom Hill on back-to-back drives to end their 35-32 win at FedExField. If Oklahoma State upsets Baylor tonight, West Virginia is the only undefeated team left in the Big 12.


Cougars defense recovers fumble

WVU QB Skyler Howard wasn't ready for the snap, and the ball bounces around until recovered by the Cougars' Francis Bernard. BYU has the ball, down 35-32 late in the fourth quarter.

West Virginia comes away with critical interception (0:31)

BYU pulls within three of West Virginia

QB Taysom Hill hits WR Moroni Laulu-Pututau over the middle for an 18-yard touchdown. The Mountaineers still lead 35-32 late in the fourth quarter.


Howard scrambles for a touchdown

WVU QB Skyler Howard scrambles for a five-yard TD run to give the Mountaineers a 28-13 lead over BYU late in the third quarter.


BYU pulls within two of West Virginia

BYU's Jamaal Williams runs for a 7-yard TD, but the Cougars' two-point conversion attempt failed. West Virginia leads 21-19 in the third quarter on ESPN2.

West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen discusses end of half sequence (0:37)

Pick six extends Mountaineers' lead

BYU QB Taysom Hill is picked off by West Virginia's Rasul Douglas, who returns it 54 yards for the TD. West Virginia leads BYU 21-10 in the second quarter on ESPN2.


Shell finds end zone for second time

West Virginia RB Rushel Shell scores his second TD of the game from two yards out to give the Mountaineers a 14-10 lead over BYU on ESPN2.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

You knew BYU wanted to control the ball and limit possessions today against West Virginia. The Cougars' first offensive drive: 12 plays, 73 yards, 6:33 off the clock and 7 points. RB Jamaal Williams already has 101 rushing yards at the end of the first quarter.


BYU pulls even with West Virginia

BYU QB Taysom Hill looks over the middle and throws a 25-yard TD pass to Mitchell Juergens. BYU and West Virginia are tied 7-7 in the first quarter on ESPN2.


Mountaineers score on opening drive

West Virginia RB Rushel Shell runs for a 6-yard TD, finishing a 13-play, 88-yard opening drive to give the Mountaineers a 7-0 lead over BYU on ESPN2.

Watch: BYU at West Virginia

West Virginia closes its non-conference schedule at FedExField in Landover, MD against BYU. The Mountaineers are one of two undefeated teams left in the Big 12. The Cougars are trying to bounce back from two close losses to Pac-12 schools. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

ESPN Stats & Info

Mountaineers favored over Cougars

ESPN's Football Power Index gives West Virginia a 71 percent chance to beat BYU at FedExField in Landover, MD.

Team Stats

Passing Yards324.718th
Rushing Yards208.342nd
Points For33.056th
Points Against21.339th

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