New Mexico Bowl 2010, BYU vs. UTEP: Miners Get on the Board
After Marlon McClure's 72-yard kickoff return all the way to the BYU 22-yard line, I was convinced that UTEP would manage to score a touchdown on the short field and close the margin to just seven points.
That was not the case as the offense continued to struggle. Trevor Vittatoe was dropped on the first play on a blindside cornerback blitz for a loss of 10 yards. The Miners struggled to regroup and were forced to call a timeout before the playclock expired.
McClure ran backwards for a loss of three yards on the next play, an unsuccessful reverse. Then Vittatoe was forced to throw at the feet of his receiver just to avoid the pressure.
Dakota Warren, who was just 4-for-11 on field goals from more than 30 yards, came on and knocked a 52-yard field goal through the uprights to make it 3-14 in BYU's favor.
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