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In the chaos that ensued after Star Lotulelei blocked Justin Sorensen’s field-goal attempt last year, BYU special teams ace JD Falslev kept his head as Utah’s crowd stormed the field, thinking the game was over. Falslev grabbed the loose ball and essentially earned the Cougars another shot when officials penalized Utah’s crowd.
"I just did my job," he said. "We have had a couple guest speakers come in, some guys that are American heroes. The simple fact is that they were doing their job. I knew that if I continue to fight until the whistle blew, it might give us another chance. It just so happened that it did."
Utah at BYU, 8:15 p.m.
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Sorensen’s four field goals against Texas were the most in one game for BYU since 2000. … The Cougars have allowed just seven rushing touchdowns over the past 15 games, ranking third in the nation in fewest allowed. Michigan State and Notre Dame are the only schools that have allowed fewer rushing TDs since the start of the 2012 season.
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