New Mexico Bowl 2010, BYU vs. UTEP: BYU Scores First
After BYU struggled their way to nine yards and just one first down on their first drive of the game, mostly due to Andrew Rich's sack of Trevor VIttatoe for a loss of 13 yards, Ian Campbell came on to punt the ball away.
JD Faisley returned that punt for 47 yards all the way to the UTEP 37-yard line.
The possession got off to an awful start when JJ Di Luigi was blown up literally as he received the handoff from Jake Heaps. It was an absolutely brilliant play by UTEP's defense.
However, Heaps threw a 31-yard catch-and-run to Cody Hoffman on the next play and then watched as Bryan Karilya plunged into the end zone from four yards out.
With that, the Cougars took a very quick 7-0 lead.
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