Refresh
Page last updated on Fri Mar 24 16:05:46 EDT 2017
RECAP
12/20/2012 11:48 PM EST
BYU LB Van Noy scores 2 TDs in Poinsettia Bowl win
BYU 23, SAN DIEGO ST 6

By BERNIE WILSON
AP Sports Writer

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Linebacker Kyle Van Noy forced a fumble in the
end zone and recovered it for a touchdown, and scored on a
17-yard interception return, both in the fourth quarter, to lead
BYU to a 23-6 victory over San Diego State in the Poinsettia
Bowl on Thursday night.



The big plays swung the momentum for the Cougars (8-5) in what
had been a tedious defensive struggle. San Diego State (9-4),
playing in the hometown bowl for the second time in three years,
missed the chance for its first 10-win season since 1977 and had
its seven-game winning streak snapped.



Van Noy scored the game's first TD when he came free and hit
Adam Dingwell's arm as he started to pass in the end zone,
forcing and recovering a fumble for a 10-6 lead. The play was
ruled a fumble, and the call stood after a video review



Dingwell fumbled the snap on SDSU's next play from scrimmage and
it was recovered by Jordan Johnson at the 14. Jamaal Williams
scored on a run up the middle on the next play, BYU's second TD
in 17 seconds.



With 6:09 left, Van Noy intercepted Dingwell's pass and weaved
through traffic and into the end zone. Van Noy was selected the
game's defensive MVP.



Dingwell finished with five turnovers, including three
interceptions. Four of his turnovers were in the fourth quarter.



As big as the defensive plays were for the Cougars, their punt
unit came up huge in pinning down the Aztecs four times in the
second half. They downed two punts by Riley Stephenson at the 1,
one at the 2 and another at the 3.



Until Van Noy and Williams scored, the game was a field position
struggle.



San Diego State led 6-3 at halftime thanks to Chance Marden's
field goals of 27 and 23 yards. Justin Sorensen kicked a
23-yarder for BYU.



San Diego State's Eric Pinkins intercepted Riley Nelson's pass
and returned it 39 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter
but the score was negated by a penalty for blocking below the
waist. SDSU ended up punting from the BYU 36.



James Lark, who started at quarterback for BYU, completed 23 of
42 passes for 244 yards and was intercepted twice.



BYU's Cody Hoffman caught 10 passes for 114 yards and was named
offensive MVP.



Dingwell completed 12 of 29 for 144 yards. Adam Muema ran 26
times for 103 yards.

TOP TEN WAGERS
RK Team
1
Ucla
2
North Carolina
3
Baylor
4
Wisconsin
5
North Carolina
03/24/2017
ATP - Miami, USAVESELY, J vs. RAMOS VINOLAS, A08:00 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USATROICKI, V vs. RAONIC, M08:00 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USAFRITZ, T vs. KOHLSCHREIBER, P08:00 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USAFOGNINI, F vs. SOUSA, J09:15 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USACARRENO-BUSTA, P vs. DELBONIS, F09:20 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USABEGU, IRINA-C vs. ARRUABARRENA-V, L09:20 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USAGOLUBIC, V vs. KEYS, M09:20 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USAMINELLA, M vs. KUZNETSOVA, S09:20 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USAANDERSON, K vs. NISHIKORI, K10:00 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USAJOHNSON, S vs. MAHUT, N10:35 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USACUEVAS, P vs. PAIRE, B10:35 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USAZVEREV, M vs. DONALDSON, J10:35 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USATIAFOE, F vs. KRAVCHUK, K10:35 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USAGARCIA, C vs. PENG, S10:35 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USAKONTA, J vs. SASNOVICH, A10:40 AM PST
Germany BBLFRAPORT SKYLINERS FRANKFURT at EISBAREN BREMERHAVEN11:00 AM PST
Germany BBLSC RASTA VECHTA at S.OLIVER WURZBURG11:00 AM PST
Germany BBLMEDI BAYREUTH at ALBA BERLIN11:00 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USANADAL, R vs. SELA, D11:20 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USASTRUFF, J-L vs. SIMON, G11:50 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USASOCK, J vs. NISHIOKA, Y11:55 AM PST
ATP - Miami, USAYOUNG, D vs. POUILLE, L11:55 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USATIG, P-M vs. MLADENOVIC, K11:55 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USABARTY, A vs. STOSUR, S11:55 AM PST
WTA - Miami, USAVESNINA, E vs. TOMLJANOVIC, A11:55 AM PST
International - EuroleagueREAL MADRID at OLYMPIACOS PIRAEUS12:00 PM PST
International - EuroleagueKK CRVENA ZVEZDA MTS at FC BARCELONA LASSA1:00 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USA, DoublesTHIEM D / ZIMONJIC N vs. ZVEREV A / ZVEREV M1:10 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USA, DoublesBOPANNA R / CUEVAS P vs. KYRGIOS N / REID M1:10 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USAOZAKI, R vs. BERTENS, K1:15 PM PST
ATP - Miami, USAVERDASCO, F vs. ESCOBEDO, E2:00 PM PST
ATP - Miami, USADOLGOPOLOV, A vs. JAZIRI, M2:00 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USALEPCHENKO, V vs. WOZNIACKI, C2:00 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USASEVASTOVA, A vs. CIRSTEA, S2:00 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USAKERBER, A vs. DUAN, Y2:00 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USA, DoublesISNER J / JOHNSON S vs. LOPEZ F / LOPEZ M2:00 PM PST
NBABROOKLYN NETS at WASHINGTON WIZARDS4:00 PM PST
NBADETROIT PISTONS at ORLANDO MAGIC4:00 PM PST
NBADENVER NUGGETS at INDIANA PACERS4:00 PM PST
NBACLEVELAND CAVALIERS at CHARLOTTE HORNETS4:00 PM PST
College BasketballButler vs North Carolina4:05 PM PST
College BasketballSouth Carolina vs Baylor4:25 PM PST
NBAPHOENIX SUNS at BOSTON CELTICS4:30 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USAMUGURUZA, G vs. MCHALE, C4:30 PM PST
NBAATLANTA HAWKS at MILWAUKEE BUCKS5:00 PM PST
NBANEW ORLEANS PELICANS at HOUSTON ROCKETS5:00 PM PST
NBAPHILADELPHIA 76ERS at CHICAGO BULLS5:00 PM PST
ATP - Miami, USAPELLA, G vs. DIMITROV, G5:00 PM PST
ATP - Miami, USABELLUCCI, T vs. ROBERT, S6:00 PM PST
WTA - Miami, USAWILLIAMS, V vs. HADDAD MAIA, B6:30 PM PST
College BasketballUCLA vs Kentucky6:35 PM PST
College BasketballWisconsin vs Florida6:55 PM PST
NBAMINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES at LOS ANGELES LAKERS7:30 PM PST
NBASACRAMENTO KINGS at GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS7:30 PM PST
03/25/2017
NBAUtah Jazz at Los Angeles Clippers12:30 PM PST
College BasketballXavier vs Gonzaga3:05 PM PST
NBAWashington Wizards at Cleveland Cavaliers4:30 PM PST
NBAToronto Raptors at Dallas Mavericks5:30 PM PST
NBANew York Knicks at San Antonio Spurs5:30 PM PST
College BasketballOregon vs Kansas5:45 PM PST
NBAMinnesota Timberwolves at Portland Trail Blazers7:00 PM PST
04/25/2017
Germany BBLEWE BASKETS OLDENBURG at SCIENCE CITY JENA10:00 AM PST