After scoring 28 points on 13 for 19 shooting in Saturday's 86-72 win over Portland, BYU sophomore guard Tyler Haws appeared at the postgame news conference.
Haws was joined by senior guard Craig Cusick, a walk-on who got his seventh start of the season, but first since Dec. 21, against the Pilots. Cusick scored 10 points and had seven assists in playing a game-high 36 minutes.
Brandon Davies added 23 points for BYU and moved into 12th place on the school's career scoring list.
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