New Mexico Bowl 2010, BYU vs. UTEP: One Play Keeps UTEP in the Game
After going down 28 points, the Miners needed to make something happen fast to avoid solidifying the blowout.
So, on the first play of the ensuing drive, Trevor Vittatoe launched a long bomb to Kris Adams. Adams caught the pass in stride and sprinted just out of the reach of two BYU defenders all the way down the field for a 67-yard touchdown pass.
Not only did the pass keep the margin relatively manageable, but it also gives UTEP some momentum, which they sorely need.
Big plays have the ability to fire up a team. Could this be a turning point?
If it is, the defense will have to actually do something to stop BYU's offense.
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