BYU's defense has not been scored on in its last two games, thanks to the play of safety Daniel Sorensen and others. The defense has not allowed a team to register more than 300 yards of offense in its last 11 games.
Friday's shutout of Hawaii was BYU's first shutout since a 52-0 win over Wyoming in 2009, and the first time Hawaii has been held scoreless since 1998.
In this video, Sorensen talks about the shutout and how well the BYU defense has played through five games.
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