BYU 74, WOFFORD 66
Player of the game
The senior once again led the Cougars with 32 points while assisting on seven of BYU's other 14 baskets.
To the 10th degree
While Jackson Emery struggled offensively, Noah Hartsock (hit two key 3-pointers), Charles Abouo (despite foul trouble) and Logan Magnusson (who had scored six points in the previous five games) each had 10 points.
12 — Kyle Collinsworth only scored two points, but he filled up the box score with three assists, four steals and most importantly 12 rebounds — three offensively.
Sign held at Pepsi Center (Originally said Romney/Jimmer 2012)
VS. (11) GONZAGA
When: Saturday, 5:45 p.m.
Where: Pepsi Center, Denver
TV: TBA Radio: 1160AM, 102.7FM
Update: The Bulldogs upset the Big East's sixth-seeded St. John's Red Storm 86-71 late Thursday night.
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