BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy talked to reporters on Saturday after the Cougars' 28-23 win over Nevada.
It was a homecoming game for Van Noy, who grew up in Reno and graduated from McQueen High School. Van Noy made three tackles in the game and intercepted a two-point conversion attempt (which does not count as an official interception).
He was also flagged twice for personal fouls.
"It wasn't pretty," is how Van Noy described the scene at halftime in BYU's locker room as the Cougars trailed 7-0.
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