Sunday, September 6

BYU Beats Nebraska On Nuts Final Play

Freshman quarterback Tanner Mangum threw up a 42-yard Hail Mary to end BYU's first game against Nebraska. And wouldn't you know it, Cougars wide receiver Mitch Mathews pulled it down and fell into the end zone. Game, Cougars.

What's even more impressive than Mangum's heave is that he did it after just 10 passes in his collegiate career, which all came in this game. The freshman replaced normal starter Taysom Hill, who's going to miss the rest of the year with a lisfranc injury. That's two years in a row Hill's had his season ended by an injury. Hopefully Mangum is ready to lead plenty more successful drives like this one. Way to go, Cougs.

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