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November 23, 2008 | Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah is BCS bound once again. Brian Johnson passed for 303 yards and four touchdowns and the eighth-ranked Utes completed a perfect regular season by beating No. 16 Brigham Young, 48-24, Saturday, winning the heated state rivalry and taking the undisputed Mountain West Conference title away from the two-time defending champion Cougars (10-2, 6-2).
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October 12, 2009 | Associated Press
Peyton Manning threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns Sunday night, and Indianapolis never trailed in beating AFC South rival Tennessee, 31-9, for its NFL-best 14th consecutive regular-season victory. Manning joined Kurt Warner and Steve Young as the only NFL quarterbacks to open a season by throwing for at least 300 yards in the first five games. Manning reached another milestone when he threw a first-quarter touchdown pass, the 343rd of his career, to end a tie with Fran Tarkenton and move into third place behind Brett Favre and Dan Marino.
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September 21, 2008 | From the Associated Press
PROVO, Utah -- So much for that inexperienced defense holding back Brigham Young. The Cougars are looking as strong on that side of the ball as they usually do on offense. No. 14 BYU recorded its second straight shutout, beating Wyoming, 44-0, Saturday and extending the nation's longest winning streak to 14. The Cougars (4-0 overall, 1-0 in the Mountain West Conference) forced six turnovers and returned two of them for touchdowns.
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October 11, 2009 | Sam Farmer
If the Tennessee Titans hope to put something in the left-hand column -- namely their first victory of the season -- they had better do something about the right arm of Peyton Manning. Manning, whose Indianapolis Colts play at Tennessee tonight, is the hottest quarterback in football. He's coming off four consecutive 300-yard passing performances and has a good chance of becoming the third player in NFL history -- along with Kurt Warner and Steve Young -- to tear off five in a row. It's not as if the Titans are doing much to stop opposing passers.
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December 10, 2007 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
You can take the guy out of the defensive coordinator's job, but apparently you can't take the defensive coordinator out of the guy. DeWayne Walker may have been appointed UCLA's interim football coach, with big-picture responsibilities, but Sunday morning he was immersed in dissecting Brigham Young's passing scheme. The Cougars' Max Hall carved up the Bruins for 391 yards passing, but UCLA survived, 27-17, Sept. 8. That is already on Walker's mind two weeks before the Dec.
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September 9, 2007 | Chris Foster and Jonathan Abrams, Times Staff Writers
UCLA cornerback Trey Brown was talking faster than the Bruins' 20-0 lead was evaporating against Brigham Young on Saturday. Why not? He had a front seat to the struggles the Bruins went through on defense. The Cougars decided to go at Brown, considered the Bruins' best cover man. Sometimes it worked -- Austin Collie beat Brown for two touchdowns. Sometimes it didn't -- Brown had an interception, which he returned for a touchdown, and broke up several passes.
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September 12, 2008 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
UCLA cornerback Michael Norris expects to be busy Saturday when the Bruins play Brigham Young. Norris is aware teams will come after him this season. The alternative would be throwing at Alterraun Verner, UCLA's top cover cornerback. Verner was second on the team with four interceptions last season and picked up where he left off with an interception in the season opener against Tennessee. "That's something I actually like; I welcome it," Norris said about the possibility of being challenged by opposing teams.
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January 3, 2011 | By Sam Farmer
AFC New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts Saturday, 5 p.m. PST, Channel 4 This is a rematch of last season's AFC championship game, and it pits two teams that have had their struggles this season. The Colts have almost no running game and have more than their share of injuries, with an injured-reserve list that includes tight end Dallas Clark, receivers Austin Collie and Anthony Gonzalez, and nine defensive backs. But they also have Peyton Manning, the league's only four-time most valuable player, so they are always dangerous.
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December 7, 2009 | By Kevin Baxter
Peyton Manning can't remember the last time he won 21 consecutive times at anything. "Usually you don't play that many games in a row in youth basketball or whatnot," he said. "So that's a lot of wins." It's also the number of consecutive regular-season games Manning's Indianapolis Colts have won after equaling the NFL record Sunday with a 27-17 victory over the Tennessee Titans. Indianapolis (12-0), whose last regular-season loss came in October 2008 at Tennessee, can break the record by beating the Denver Broncos next weekend at home.
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