p class="TEXT_w_Indent"> Hill accounted for 408 yards of offense by completing 27 of 41 passes for 339 yards and three touchdowns and carrying the ball 18 times for 69 yards and a TD. Hill is the only quarterback in the FBS with more than 600 rushing yards (841 total) and 2,000 passing yards (2,019).
Unga had a team-high 15 tackles, including five solos, against Boise State. He also forced a fumble, had a tackle for loss, and had a pass breakup. Unga is 15th in the nation in tackle with 10.4 per game.
Also Monday, BYU's Hill was named one of eight quarterbacks in contention for the "Stars of the Week" as presented by the Manning Award. To vote for one of the eight QBs to win the weekly honor, go to the Allstate Sugar Bowl Facebook page. Voting closes Thursday at 10 a.m. MT, and the top vote-getter will be announced as the Manning Award Player of the Week.
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Hill is not one of 30 quarterbacks on the Manning Award preseason watch list, but additional QBs are expected to be added later in the season, according to officials. The 10 finalists will be announced on Nov. 27.
Defensively, the Cougars are also dotting the watch lists around the country. Monday, linebacker Kyle Van Noy was named a semifinalist for the 2013 Butkus Award, which honors the country's top linebackers. UCLA's Anthony Barr, Wisconsin's Chris Borland, Stanford's Shayne Skov and Utah's Trevor Reilly also made the semifinalist list.
After BYU defeated Boise State 37-20 last Friday, coach Bronco Mendenhall was asked where the credit should go for BYU's turnaround. The Cougars have won five straight games after their 1-2 start.