New Mexico Bowl 2010, BYU vs. UTEP: Cougars Dominating Second Quarter
After Trevor Vittatoe's pass was intercepted by Brandon Ogletree on the first play of the second quarter the Miners were in big trouble. One play later, Jake Heaps hit Cody Hoffman on a 31-yard touchdown pass to make it 24-3 in favor of the Cougars.
The Miners got the ball back, and after gaining four yards on the first two plays, both of which were runs, they went backwards. Vittatoe was called for intentional grounding and the sack, which went for 19 yards, was credited to Vic So'oto.
The running game carried the Cougars all the way down the field and then Cody Hoffman caught another touchdown pass, this time a 3-yard strike from Heaps in the center of the end zone.
The score became 31-3 and the total yards stood at 232 to -20 in favor of BYU at that point.
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