New Mexico Bowl 2010, BYU vs. UTEP: Jake Heaps Off To a Blistering Start
After leading a touchdown drive on BYU's first possession and then watching the UTEP offense go backwards, freshman quarterback came back onto the field with a chance to increase the lead to two scores.
On the second drive, he completed all six of his passes and gained 52 yards through the air. One throw in particular stood out, a sideline out route to Cody Hoffman that Heaps squeezed into a very tight window. The ball was perfectly thrown.
Heaps has now completed seven of his nine passes for 83 yards and the one nine-yard touchdown pass to Luke Ashworth.
To make that even more impressive, the two incompletions by Heaps both came on drops by JJ Di Luigi. Neither was the quarterback's fault.
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