Rainy, wet conditions on tap for tonight's BYU-San Jose State football game
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"I would say just not giving up big plays. When San Jose State scores a lot, which they do in every game, almost always there are significant chunks, big plays involved. They might move the ball against everyone they play.
Their scoring could be limited, based on the number of big plays they get, I think."
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