Live: The latest BYU football number 21 as number 9 is playing in Boise State

BYU vs. Boise State has become an annual college football tradition, and this year, the sport carries even more weight.

This is the first time the two teams have met in a national poll – the Associated Press and coaches ranked the Cooks 9th in the poll, while the Francois are 21st in Andhra Pradesh and 23rd in coaches.

On top of that, BYU is coming into the game playing a 7-0 record after beating Western Kentucky 41-10 last week. The Cooks hope to stay in the discussion for a New Year’s Six Cup or open up some slim hope in the college football playoff effort.

The win against Boise State would go a long way for BYU to win a top trophy this year.

Meanwhile, the Broncos beat Utah State and the Air Force 2-0 and dominated both games.

Boise State has the number of BYU in Boise – the Broncos are 5-0 higher than the Cookers on the blue ground. Boise State also has a 7-3 series margin than BYU.

Game starts at 8pm MST – The start time slipped 15 minutes behind the TV – and airs on Fox Sports 1. Follow along with the game action in our live coverage below.

Live broadcast

1:00, second quarter

BYU 16, Boise State3

The BYU goes 96-yard touchdown drive before half-time, and Zach Wilson hit his eighth touchdown run of the year in 4-yards. Cookers need 1:26 and eight plays.

4:30, second quarter

BYU 10, Boise State3

Cougars seize an opportunity to add their lead after the real newcomer Caleb Christensen stops Kate Fennegan and sets up BYU in Boise State. BYU struggled to move the ball, and Zach Wilson lost the fourth and 8 yards. -4 to return the ball to the Broncos. At this point, Jack Sears is not back, and it appears Fennegan Francois is the one to go in the quarterbacks.

14:54, second quarter

BYU 10, Boise State3

The Cooks closed their second drive with a 47-yard Jack Altroid field goal. BYU runs 52 yards in 11 plays, which again becomes a touchdown game.

End of first quarter

BYU 7, Boise State3

Some tips from the opening quarter:

  • BYU Broncos are 147 yards higher than 79, and finished fourth in the field to start the second quarter.
  • Boise State has the most accurate passing game – Jack Sears and Kate Fennagen combined to go 7 for 9 at 63 yards while Zack Wilson is 4 for 7 at 46 yards
  • Boise State is third 3 out of 5, BYU 2 out of 1
  • The Cooks averaged 12.2 yards per game, while the Boise State averaged 4.2

3:27, first quarter

BYU 7, Boise State3

Although Boise State quarterback Jack Sears was ruled out with an injury, Fran்கois responded to BYU’s touchdown. Third stringer came Kate Fennegan, who led the team to a 39-yard Jonah Dolmas field goal, getting Franco on board in a 16-game, 53-yard run.

11:41, first quarter

BYU 7, Boise State0

BYU generally lagged early on the blue ground against Boise State. Not this time, however, Tyler Algier will touch a professional long 86-yard run and the Cookers’ second play from ScreamMage to 95-yard drive.

In the first run, the Broncos entered the BYU territory with a pass in the first game following the opening game, but the Cougar defense responded and quickly closed the possession.


Here are some links to stories you’d like to read before or after the game:

Deseret News BYU football pulse writer Jay Drew offers a few employee updates:

A look at the signature blue ground in Boise State before tonight’s game:

Both teams are coming to Albertson Stadium:

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