BYU's Tyler Haws, the leading scorer in the West Coast Conference with a 21.6 average, talked about Thursday night's game against Pepperdine after the Cougars' practice on Wednesday.
Haws downplayed the revenge factor, after Pepperdine edged the Cougars 80-74 in Malibu 10 days ago.
The Cougars (9-7, 1-2 WCC) should be more prepared this time, after having had virtually no time to get ready for the Waves in the first meeting, due to the game coming the day after Sunday.
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