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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Dec. 22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Matt Carlino today announced his decision to transfer to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He was most recently at UCLA. Matt will start attending classes at BYU in January 2011.
Max Hall threw for three touchdowns Friday, Harvey Unga ran for 118 yards and No.
Harvey Unga rushed for 113 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to lead 20th-ranked Brigham Young to a 42-23 win over Colorado State. Max Hall completed 18-of-29 passes for 241 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Cougars (3-1, 1-0 MWC), who scored 21 points in the first quarter with the help of two interceptions and a blocked punt.
Christian Ponder passed for two touchdowns and ran for another Saturday to help Florida State surprise ninth-ranked Brigham Young 54-28. Ponder finished with 193 yards on 21-of-26 throws and added 82 yards on the ground, while Lonnie Pryor rushed for two scores for the Seminoles, who outgained the Cougars, 316-108, on the ground.
Max Hall threw two touchdown passes and J.J. Di Luigi and Bryan Kariya each scored twice Saturday in No. 12 BYU's 54-3 win over Tulane. The Cougars (2-0) upset Oklahoma last Saturday for their their first win over a top-10 team since 1990.
Max Hall hit McKay Jacobson with TD pass with 3 minutes to play Saturday, giving No. 24 Brigham Young a 14-13 win over No. 3 Oklahoma. Oklahoma's star quarterback, Sam Bradford, left early with an injury to his throwing shoulder.
Willie Tuitama threw for two touchdowns and ran for one Saturday night and Arizona beat BYU 31-21 in the Las Vegas Bowl. Tuitama was 24-of-35 passing for 325 yards and Arizona (8-5) won in its first post-season appearance since beat Nebraska 23-20 in the Holiday Bowl in 1998. Mike Thomas caught four passes for 29 yards and set a Pac-10 record with his 259th career catch.
James Harden scored 30 points and hit the winning free throw with 9.4 seconds to play Saturday to give No.
Utah defensive coordinator Gary Andersen was named Thursday to fill the head coaching vacancy at Utah State University. He becomes the 26th head coach in 115 years of Aggie football and replaces the fired Brent Guy, who complied a 9-38 overall record (8-24 Western Athletic Conference) in four seasons. Obviously, Gary's vast knowledge of the state of Utah coupled with his overall recruiting success will pay long-term dividends to our program, Utah State Athletic Director Scott Barnes said on...