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BYU basketball: Pacific 3-point barrage dooms Cougars 89-82

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Trevin Harris and Tony Gill hit 3-pointers and Kahlil Kelley had an uncontested dunk to balloon the lead to 73-60.

With the crowd at full throat, the Cougars could never slow down the freight train.

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BYU notes

» ESPN announced that next week’s Gonzaga at BYU game will be moved from 7 p.m. MST to 9 p.m. to accommodate the Duke-North Carolina schedule change. The BYU-Gonzaga game will be televised by ESPN2 instead of ESPN.

» Al Fredette and TJ Fredette, the father and older brother of Jimmer Fredette, attended Thursday night’s game in Stockton, which is about an hour south of Sacramento. Jimmer Fredette scored a career-high 24 points in the Kings’ 106-101 overtime win over the New York Knicks on Wednesday. The BYU men’s volleyball team, which plays at Pacific on Friday night, attended Thursday’s game as well.

» Carlino moved into 42nd place on BYU’s all-time scoring list, passing Keena Young.

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"That’s a big number — double figure [3-pointers]," Rose said, staring at the stat sheet.

The Cougars led 38-35 at halftime, but were just 10 of 17 from the free-throw line in the first half when they had the chance to move out to a bigger lead.

With Haws struggling to find his shot and getting into foul trouble - he played just 14 minutes in the first half - Carlino rescued the Cougars offensively.

He scored 14 first-half points, going 4 of 6 from 3-point range. Haws had nine at the break.

The Cougars got off to a great start, taking a 9-0 lead in the first two minutes, then went icy cold.

Kyle Collinsworth ended the six-minute field goal drought, but by then Pacific had the lead, thanks to a 12-2 run.

The Cougars made their first seven free throws, then made just 3 of their next 10.


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