5 keys BYU's victory in Oregon

by | Oct. 15, 2011

Saints & Sports

Brigham Young overcame a pair of second-quarter giveaways and a couple handfuls of penalties to get a 38-28 win while racking up 500 yards of total offense at Oregon State on Saturday.

Five keys to BYU’s victory:

1. BYU rushing attack: Quarterback Riley Nelson (87 yards) and newfound revelation Michael Alisa (83 yards) did a lot of the damage to the Beavers’ defense. But JJ DiLuigi (74 yards) also proved effective and had a TD, as did Josh Quezada (26 yards), albeit on just three carries. It all added up to 282 team rushing yards on 47 carries. . . .

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