BYU Defeats New Mexico State 50-14 - Recap
James Lark sliced and diced the Aggies defense for 384 yards as BYU handed New Mexico State a 50-14 defeat on Saturday at Aggie Memorial Stadium.
The Cougars were a 27.5-point favorite in the win, and managed to turn a profit for their supporters. The combined score went OVER the total, which closed at 48.5.
Jamaal Williams rushed for 62 yards, while David Foote added 52 yards in the win. Cody Hoffman and JD Falslev added 182 and 68 receiving yards respectively.
Germi Morrison rushed for 64 yards for New Mexico State, while Tiger Powell added 3 yards. Andrew Manley threw for 158 yards for the Aggies, while receivers Kemonte' Bateman and Perris Scoggins had 93 and 25 yards respectively.
BYU outgained New Mexico State 520-187 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 29-10 by the Cougars.
The time of possession battle favored BYU as their offense was on the field for 34:32, longer than the 25:28 of their opponents.