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BYU delivers a Texas-sized butt-kicking, wallops No. 15 Longhorns, 40-21

First Published Sep 08 2013 12:02AM      Last Updated Sep 08 2013 12:02 am
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With 550 rushing yards, the Cougars broke the previous record of 465 set against Montana in 1958.

Jamaal Williams rushed for a career-high 182 yards.

Cody Hoffman played, after missing the Virginia game with hamstring issues, and moved to No. 3 on the BYU career receptions list with two catches vs. Texas. He now has 205 catches and trails only Margin Hooks (215) and Dennis Pitta (221).

Defensively, senior Skye PoVey had a career-high nine tackles, eight solo.


Texas saw its 13-game nonconference road win streak snapped.


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