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Anonymous | Posted: 19 Oct 2002 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Rebels End Cougars' 10-Game Home Win Streak


PROVO -- UNLV scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to pull away from BYU and record only its second-ever victory over the Cougars, 24-3, on Saturday. The UNLV victory also ended a BYU 10-game home win streak, dating back to Oct. 26, 2000.

The UNLV defense held firm all night, holding BYU to just three points on the night. The Cougars' point production marked the lowest point total at home since being shutout against New Mexico back in 1971, over 31 years ago. The Cougars' point total also marked the fewest points scored since being held to just 3 points against Florida State in the 2000 season-opener in Jacksonville, Fla.

"I'm disappointed with the loss, obviously," BYU head coach Gary Crowton said. "I felt like we practiced well all week, and at times, I thought we looked pretty good.

"I believe we are a young team, but we are learning. At some point we will be pretty good. I think the youthfulness of our team showed up tonight."

In his first start as a Cougar, redshirt freshman quarterback Matt Berry completed 14-of-27 attempts for 186 yards, one interception, and no touchdowns. The Cougar offense managed 408 yards of total offense, compared to UNLV's 319 total yards.

Berry became the first redshirt freshman to start a game since Ty Detmer back in 1988.

"I am going to go with Berry next week," Crowton said. "I think Matt did some really good things and you have got to understand that is the first whole game he has had in four years."

Despite the inexperience, the Cougars had a couple of excellent efforts from their more experienced athletes.

Senior wide receiver Reno Mahe recorded his fifth 100-yard game of his career, racking up 124 yards on 8 receptions, a 15.5-yard average. It is the second time this season Mahe has had more than 100 yards receiving.

Sophomore running back Marcus Whalen ran for over 100 yards, totaling 105 yards on the night on 22 carries. It was the fourth time this season, and in his career, that he has rushed for more than 100 yards.

UNLV senior quarterback Jason Thomas led the Rebel attack with 139 yards passing, connecting on 10-of-13 attempts.

"It's hard to single out any particular player, but we did give the game ball to Jason Thomas," UNLV head coach John Robinson said. "I thought he played a great football game."

UNLV scored first on a 27-yard field goal, capping a 7-play, 67-yard drive to start the game. After being held scoreless in the first quarter for the fifth time this season, the Cougars managed to score on Matt Payne's 24-yard field goal, ending a 7-play, 46 yard drive with 8:10 remaining in the second quarter. The drive was set up after defensive tackle Scott Young recovered a UNLV fumble. The Cougars got in field goal position after Berry hooked up with Mahe for a season-high 46-yard reception.

With 4:13 remaining in the first half, the Cougars attempted a fourth-down conversion, needing just one yard at the UNLV 9 yard line. BYU was stopped for a 1-yard loss, ending any chance for the Cougars to add any points before halftime.

In the second half, UNLV shut out the Cougars and reeled off 21 unanswered points, including 14 points off BYU turnovers.

With the game still within reach, Berry was sacked and fumbled at the UNLV 27 yard line. Jamall Brimmer picked up the offering and rumbled 27 yards for the touchdown.

With time running out, and the Cougars needing to pick up quick yardage, Crowton inserted Bret Engemann into the lineup. After completing 4-of-6 attempts, Engemann's pass was intercepted by Chameio Sutton and returned 38 yards for clinching touchdown.

Robinson said, "It is a team victory and the team is celebrating it. We've got five more to go and nobody knows how we are going to fare the next few weeks."

After the game Crowton was optimistic about the Cougars' future. He said, "We have a chance to go on and win more games. We have to win that fourth game before we can win a fifth, I can tell you that. That's what we are trying to do is get a fourth win and move forward."

The Cougars (3-4, 0-2) will have a short week to prepare for Colorado State (6-2, 2-0). BYU will travel to Fort Collins, Colo., taking on the Rams on Thursday, Oct. 24. The game will be broadcast to a national television audience on ESPN2. Game time is slated for 8 p.m. (MT).

Scoring Streak Continues

Matt Payne's field goal from 24-yards out in the second quarter extended the Cougars' NCAA record to 345 games without being shutout. The last time BYU was shut out was on Sept., 1975 against Arizona State. None of the current members of the BYU team were alive the last time the Cougars were shutout.

Home Win Streak Snapped

UNLV's 24-9 victory over BYU snapped a 10-game home win streak. The Cougars had won 10 straight entering tonight's game, dating back to Oct. 26, 2000 (vs. Wyoming). Tonight's game also marked the first loss for the Cougars since Cougar Stadium was renamed LaVell Edwards Stadium on Nov. 19, 2001.

3 at Home

UNLV held BYU to just 3 points on Saturday, marking the first time the Cougars have been held to just 3 points at home since being shutout on Oct. 1, 1971 (vs. New Mexico).

Twice Is Not So Nice

UNLV's 24-3 victory over BYU marked only its second all-time. The Rebels collected their first win over the Cougars back in 1981 -- UNLV's first-ever win over a ranked opponent. BYU owns an 8-2 record over UNLV. The win also marked head coach John Robinson's first over the Cougars.

You Go First

UNLV kicker junior Dillon Pieffer's 27-yard field goal in the first quarter marked the fifth time this season a BYU opponent has scored before the Cougars. The two games in which BYU has managed to score before their opponent were last week at Air Force (field goal) and against Syracuse on Aug. 29 (touchdown). The Cougars are 1-1 when scoring first.

Nothing in the First

Today's game marks the fifth time this season the Cougars have not scored in the first quarter. BYU has scored in the first quarter in two games this season: Syracuse (touchdown) and Air Force (field goal).

Air Born

Senior wide receiver Reno Mahe recorded his longest reception of the season on a 46-yard pass from Matt Berry in the second quarter. The longest pass reception on the season for the Cougars came against Syracuse on a 50-yard reception by David Christensen from Bret Engemann. Mahe finished the night with 8 receptions for 124 yards marking his second 100-yard game this season.

100-Yard Club

Marcus Whalen racked up 105 yards rushing on 22 carries, averaging 4.8 yards per carry. Whalen has produced four 100-yard game this season.

Rumblin', Bumblin' Fumblin'

UNLV defensive back Jamaal Brimmer's 27-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown in the fourth quarter marked the first time the Cougars have allowed a touchdown on a fumble recovery since giving up a 28-yard touchdown against Colorado State last season.

No End Zone In Sight

Scoring just three points in Saturday's 24-3 loss, the Cougars failed to score a touchdown for the first time since being held to just 3 points against Florida State on Aug. 26, 2000.

Scoring Drought

After opening the season with a 42-point performance against Syracuse, the Cougars' scoring production has continued to decrease. Against Hawaii, the Cougars posted 35 points. However, the following week, the Cougars managed just 28 points in a 31-28 loss at Nevada. One week later, BYU continued to struggle with getting points on the board, posting just 19 against Georgia Tech. The Cougars looked like they were turning things around with a 35-34 win at Utah State. However, Air Force had different ideas, holding the BYU offense to just 9 points. Tonight's scoring total marks the fewest points scored since Gary Crowton took over at BYU in 2001.

Box Score (Final)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score

----------------- -- -- -- -- -----

UNLV................ 3 0 6 15 - 24 Record: (3-4,1-1)

Brigham Young....... 0 3 0 0 - 3 Record: (3-4,0-2)

Scoring Summary:

1st 11:24 UNLV - PIEFFER, Dillon 27 yd field goal, 7-67 3:36, UNLV 3 - BYU 0

2nd 08:10 BYU - PAYNE, Matt 24 yd field goal, 7-46 2:24, UNLV 3 - BYU 3

3rd 12:16 UNLV - THOMAS, Jason 6 yd run (FREUND, Michael pass intcpt), 4-46 0:00

UNLV 9 - BYU 3

4th 10:06 UNLV - BRIMMER, Jamaal 27 yd fumble recovery (JOHNSON, Earvin pass),

UNLV 17 - BYU 3

03:01 UNLV - SUTTON, Chameio 38 yd interception return (PIEFFER, Dillon kick)

UNLV 24 - BYU 3


FIRST DOWNS................... 19 24

RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 45-164 39-133

PASSING YDS (NET)............. 155 275

Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 16-12-0 43-23-2

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 61-319 82-408

Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 1-27 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards............ 1-2 1-11

Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 1-22 3-45

Interception Returns-Yards.... 2-38 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg)............ 5-37.2 3-43.7

Fumbles-Lost.................. 3-3 4-2

Penalties-Yards............... 2-13 10-84

Possession Time............... 31:49 28:11

Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 2-8 2-15

RUSHING: UNLV-HARO, Joe 19-48; THOMAS, Jason 9-47; CROOM, Larry 4-40;

DORSEY, Dominiq 6-21; COSTA, Steven 4-18; team 2-minus 2; NANTKES, Kurt

1-minus 8. Brigham Young-WHALEN, Marcus 22-105; BROWN, Curtis 2-13; BERRY,

Matt 6-13; PENDLETON, Lanc 6-11; ENGEMANN, Bret 3-minus 9.

PASSING: UNLV-THOMAS, Jason 10-13-0-139; NANTKES, Kurt 2-3-0-16. Brigham

Young-BERRY, Matt 14-27-1-186; ENGEMANN, Bret 7-11-1-75; PENDLETON, Lanc


RECEIVING: UNLV-JOHNSON, Earvin 8-121; JOHNSON, Michae 3-29; CROOM, Larry

1-5. Brigham Young-MAHE, Reno 8-124; ORD, Andrew 4-50; WHALEN, Marcus 3-27;

NEAD, Spencer 2-21; WILKERSON, Rod 2-13; ANDERSON, Justi 1-13; KUKAHIKO,

Jason 1-12; CHRISTENSEN, Da 1-11; CHRISTENSEN, To 1-4.



FUMBLES: UNLV-DORSEY, Dominiq 1-1; CROOM, Larry 1-1; THOMAS, Jason 1-1.

Brigham Young-PENDLETON, Lanc 2-0; BERRY, Matt 2-2.

Stadium: Edwards Stadium Attendance: 62543

Kickoff time: 5:06 pm End of Game: 8:07 pm Total elapsed time: 3:01

Officials: Referee: Ken Flaherty; Umpire: Scott Teifer; Linesman: Pete Gautreau;

Line judge: Jeff Hansen; Back judge: Craig Clark; Field judge: Bill Agopian;

Side judge: And. Czstagnola; Scorer: Media Relations;

Temperature: 68 Wind: N 2-3 Weather: Clear

SACKS (UA-A): UNLV-BRIGGS, Ahmad 1-0; BRIMMER, Jamaal 1-0. Brigham

Young-NUA, Shaun 1-0; WALKENHORST, Pa 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): UNLV-BROWN, Connie 13-3; TUCKER, Tyrone 5-5; BRIMMER, Jamaal

8-1; SEWARD, Adam 4-4; BRIGGS, Ahmad 4-2; EAGEN, Chris 0-4; JONES, Daniel

2-1; CANTERBERRY, Di 2-1; BELL, Zach 2-1; MACKEY, Sean 2-0; SUTTON, Chameio

1-1; ONIWOR, Joseph 1-1; BRASSINGTON, Ga 0-2; DALTON, Ross 1-0; MOORE, Leon

1-0; WYNN, Jamal 0-1; YOUNG, Terrence 0-1; REED, Phil 0-1; DUNBAR, Pete 0-1.

Brigham Young-WALKENHORST, Pa 3-10; FRANCISCO, Aaro 6-3; BURBIDGE, Jon 1-5;

HEANEY, Brandon 5-0; WRIGHT, Bill 2-3; BARNEY, Chad 4-0; BOCKWOLDT, Colb

4-0; PILI, Ifo 2-2; GUNDERSON, Ryan 0-3; ALLEN, James 2-0; NUA, Shaun 1-1;

MARQUARDT, Dani 1-1; YOUNG, Scott 1-1; NIELSEN, Kip 0-2; POPPINGA, Brady

0-2; WILSON, Kyle 1-0; ATKINSON, Bryan 1-0; TM 1-0; MEIBOS, Jared 0-1;

VINCENT, Hanale 0-1; DENNEY, John 0-1.


Anonymous | Posted: 15 Oct 2002 | Updated: 28 Apr 2011

Following the Cougars' worst conference loss in school history, a 52-9 defeat at Air Force on Oct. 12, BYU (3-3) will return to Edwards Stadium for the first time since Sept. 6. The Cougars will play host to MWC foe UNLV (2-4) on Saturday, Oct. 19, beginning at 5 p.m. (MT). Both BYU and UNLV will enter the game having lost three of their last four games. While the Cougars will look to protect their 10-game home win streak, the Rebels will be looking for their first road win of the season.


Saturday's game will be produced by SportsWest and broadcast live on KSL-TV, Ch. 5, and on KLAS-TV, Ch. 8 in Las Vegas. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:06 p.m. (MT). Dave McCann will call the action, with former BYU quarterback, Blaine Fowler, lending color analysis. Fans can also tune to KSL 1160-AM with Greg Wrubell calling the action and Marc Lyons lending expert analysis. Bill Riley will report from the sidelines. The game will be re-broadcast Monday, Oct. 21 on BYU-TV at 8 p.m. (MST) and on KBYU at 10:30 p.m. (MST).


After a quick stop in Provo, the Cougars will travel to Fort Collins for their fifth road game in six weeks, taking on Colorado State on Thursday, Oct. 24. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2, beginning at 8 p.m. (MT).


UNLV will come to Provo searching for its first road win of the season ... The Rebels have lost at Oregon State (47-17) and at Toledo (38-21) ... Saturday's game will mark only the third road game for UNLV this season ... Last week, the Rebels lost to New Mexico, 25-16, marking their fourth loss of the season ... UNLV has not defeated BYU in Provo since 1981 ... BYU is one of two MWC team UNLV head coach John Robinson has not defeated throughout his career ... After outscoring UNLV 130-42 from 1996 to 1999, the Rebels have lost the last two games by a slim margin of just 7 points ... Last season, the Cougars needed a last-minute drive to overcome a 31-28 UNLV lead ... In 2002, UNLV has been outscored by an average of 15.2 points per game.


Saturday's game against UNLV will mark the 10th meeting between the two schools, dating back to the first meeting on Dec. 2, 1978 in Japan at the Nikkan Yokohama Bowl. The Cougars own an 8-1 record against the Rebels, including a mark of 3-1 in Provo and a record of 4-0 in Las Vegas. (BYU is 1-0 against UNLV when playing at a neutral site.) After losing to UNLV in 1981, the Rebels' first-ever victory over a ranked opponent, the Cougars have gone on to win six straight games, including a 35-31 come-from-behind win at Sam Boyd Stadium last season. In the nine previous meetings, BYU has outscored UNLV by an average 36.1-18.1. During the 1996 season, the Cougars posted series-high 63 points against UNLV, and has recorded two shutouts against the Rebels, including a 27-0 win in 1982 and a 29-0 win in 1999.


BYU improved to 4-0 on the season after a thrilling fourth-quarter, come-from-behind victory over UNLV, 35-31, on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2001. In the Cougars' first game since the tragic events of Sept. 11, marking a 20-day layoff, BYU showed plenty of rust early on. Luke Staley fumbled the opening kickoff and UNLV's Derek Olsen returned the fumble 22 yards for a touchdown. BYU answered on its next possession, driving down the field and scoring on a 15-yard Staley reception. But UNLV owned the first quarter, taking a 21-10 lead into the first break. The Cougars stole the momentum in the second quarter, scoring 18 unanswered points and taking a 28-21 lead into the locker room. But the UNLV defense held BYU scoreless in the second half until Doman's late-game heroics. The Cougars failed to produce a single point in the third quarter, marking only the third time in the Cougars' first four games they did not scored during a single quarter of play. Down 31-28 with just over two minutes remaining, "The Domanator" Brandon Doman led the Cougars 91 yards for a touchdown with 1:12 remaining in the game. Facing fourth down and four on the BYU 38-yard line, Doman completed a pass across the middle to Mike Rigell, who advanced the ball all the way to the UNLV 22-yard line -- a crucial 42-yard gain. On the next play, Doman rolled left then darted back to the right and took it all the way into the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. UNLV advanced the ball all the way to BYU's 30-yard line on the ensuing possession before Jason Thomas threw an errant pass on fourth down to seal the Cougar victory.


BYU head coach Gary Crowton announced on Monday, redshirt freshman Matt Berry will start at quarterback against UNLV on Saturday. Berry saw his first varsity action on Saturday at Air Force, completing 6-of-8 attempts for 95 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown pass to tight end Gabe Reid. Saturday's game will mark the first start for Berry since his final high school game in November, 1998. The 6-foot-5, 218-pound, native of Redmond, Wash., replaces junior Bret Engemann as the starting quarterback. Engemann, who led BYU to back-to-back wins against Syracuse and Hawaii to start the season, as well as an impressive come-from-behind win at Utah State, will remain in the mix for playing time. Berry gained valuable experience during the JV season, completing 12-of-23 attempts for 144 yards against top-ranked Dixie State College, including a touchdown pass to Kish Beverley. Against Snow College, Berry led the Cougar offense on an 80-yard drive, finishing with a 28-yard touchdown pass to tight end Andy Hadfield.


With a 35-32 victory over Hawaii on Sept. 6, the Cougars extended their home win streak to 10 straight games. The current home win streak dates back to Oct. 26, 2000 (vs. Wyoming). Since Cougar Stadium was renamed LaVell Edwards Stadium on Nov. 18, 2001, the Cougars have never lost a game in Provo, posting a 9-0 record. The current streak marks the longest home win streak for the Cougars since winning 17 straight from Oct. 7, 1989 to Nov. 23, 1991. With a perfect 6-0 record in Provo last season, the Cougars have recorded 12 undefeated home seasons since the 1967 campaign. In fact, since the stadium was expanded to 65,000, the Cougars have posted eight different seasons without losing a game in Provo. The 2001 perfect home season marked the first since 1998.


Saturday's game will mark the 78th Homecoming game at BYU since 1922. The Cougars have posted a record of 37-18 (.673) since the 1974 Homecoming contest -- a 27-12 win over Utah State. During the LaVell Edwards era, the Cougars posted a 27-13 (.675) record in Homecoming games. Last season, under first-year head coach Gary Crowton, the Cougars recorded a 63-33 win over Air Force, marking the second time BYU has recorded 63 points in a Homecoming Game. The Cougars chalked up a 63-28 win over UNLV in the 1996 Homecoming contest.


Air Force quarterback Chance Harridge ran for 104 yards on 22 carries, scoring four touchdowns to lead the undefeated Falcons (6-0, 3-0) to a 52-9 victory over Brigham Young (3-3, 0-1) on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2002. Looking to avenge last season's 63-33 loss in Provo, the Falcons not only dominated the game on the offensive side of the ball, finishing with 463 total yards, but the defensive side as well. The Air Force defense held the Cougar offense to only 304 total yards, with 325 yards passing and a season-low -- 16 yards rushing. The Cougars started things off with a 35-yard Matt Payne field goal, capping a 10 play, 62 yard drive to start the game. The Falcons came storming back, running the ball 12 times for 80 yards, including a one-yard touchdown run by Harridge. After BYU went three-and-out on the very next series, Air Force came back with nine more running plays to reel off 67 more yards and another Harridge touchdown. On the ensuing kickoff, the Falcons gave BYU a dose of its own medicine, executing the on-side kick. (Last season, after the Cougars scored on the opening drive, BYU used an on-side kick to take a quick 14-0 lead.) Facing a fourth-and-one from the BYU 44 yard line, Leotis Palmer picked up 16 yards to extend the Air Force drive as the first-quarter expired. The fourth-down gamble paid off, as a few moments later, Darnel Stephens found the endzone on a 7-yard run, marking his first career touchdown. In all, the Falcons reeled off 45 unanswered points before backup quarterback Matt Berry found tight end Gabe Reid on a 13-yard touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter. Air Force put the icing on the cake with another one-yard Falcon touchdown run by Tim Gehrsitz, completing a nine-play, 49 yard drive. On the night, Bret Engemann finished with 10-of-22 completions for 143 yards and two interceptions. Todd Mortensen was 6-for-15 for 70 yards, and also had two interceptions. Berry was 6-for-8 for 95 yards and had one touchdown completion. Running back Marcus Whalen led the Cougars with 41 yards rushing on just nine carries.


Including the Cougars' 52-9 loss at Air Force on Saturday, BYU has posted a 2-2 record in league-openers since joining the Mountain West Conference in 1999. Entering the 2002 season, the Cougars were tied with Air Force, New Mexico, Utah and San Diego State with a 2-1 record in league-openers. Interestingly, Air Force has been responsible for both of BYU's MWC season-opening losses. The last time BYU lost its MWC season-opener, the Cougars responded with a 10-7 win over UNLV to improve to 1-1 in league play.


Including four fourth-down attempts at Air Force, BYU is 12-of-26 (.462) on fourth-down attempts this season. Against the Falcons, the Cougars failed to convert a fourth-down attempt. BYU recorded a season-high four fourth-down conversions at Utah State. Against Nevada, the Cougars were a perfect 3-for-3 on fourth-down attempts. On the season, BYU is averaged two fourth-down conversions on 4.3 attempts per game. Last season, the Cougars were 16-of-21 (.762) on fourth-down attempts, averaging 1.2 conversions on 1.6 attempts per game.?


Matt Payne's 35-yard field goal with 11:40 remaining in the first quarter against Air Force marked the first first-quarter points scored by the Cougars since posting seven first-quarter points in the season-opener against Syracuse. Through six games, BYU has scored just 10 points in the first quarter of play. In fact, the Cougars have been outscored 44-10 during first-quarter action. Prior to Payne's field goal, the Cougars had not scored in the first quarter since recording a 6-yard touchdown pass from Bret Engemann to Andrew Ord with 8:14 remaining in the first quarter against Syracuse. Prior to the Air Force contest, the Cougars had 16 different first-quarter possessions, and had crossed midfield only six different times. Over that four-game span, BYU's average first-quarter field possession was its own 46 yard line. Over the past five games, including Saturday's game at Air Force, the Cougars have entered the Red Zone only once.


In the first three games of the season, the Cougars were flagged a league-leading 37 times for 325 yards, including 13 times for 140 yards at Nevada. The Cougars averaged 12.3 penalties for 108.3 yards per game. Against Georgia Tech, BYU was flagged for a season low seven times for only 31 yards. Against Utah State, the Cougars were penalized 10 times for 71 yards, marking the fourth game this season BYU has had 10 or more penalties. Against Air Force, the Cougars were flagged just three times for a total of five yards, marking the fewest penalties in a game since being flagged twice for 10 yards at New Mexico on Oct. 3, 2001. On the season, BYU is averaging 9.5 penalties for 72.0 yards per game.


Entering last Saturday's game with a 31.6 points-per-game average, the Cougars scored just nine points against Air Force. The BYU point total marked the fewest points scored in a game since posting just three points against Florida State in the 2000 season-opener. The Cougars' point production also marked the fewest points ever scored against the Falcons. After opening the season with a 42-point effort, the Cougars' point production has continued to fall. Since the season-opener, BYU has scored 35 points twice (vs. Hawaii, vs. Utah State), 28 (at Nevada), 19 (at Georgia Tech), and just 9 points at Air Force. At home the Cougars are averaging 38.5 points per game, while on the road, BYU has averaged 22.8 points per contest.


After losing four straight road games, dating back to the Cougars' loss at Hawaii last season, BYU defeated Utah State in Logan on Friday to record its first road win since upending Mississippi State in Starkville, Miss., on Dec. 1, 2001. Saturday's loss at Air Force marked the Cougars' third road loss of the season. The UNLV game will be the first game in Provo since playing back on Sept. 6. Following the Oct. 19th game against UNLV, the Cougars will take to the road yet again, traveling to Colorado State. Over a span of the first seven weeks of the season, BYU has played just two home game. The Cougars are 7-4 (.636) on the road under head coach Gary Crowton.


With Matt Payne's 35-yard field goal in the first quarter (at Air Force), BYU extended its NCAA record streak to 344 games without being shutout. BYU was last shutout during the 1975 season (Sept. 27, 1975 vs. Arizona State.) The Cougars don't have a single person on their 2002 roster that was alive the last time BYU was shut out.