BYU football: Cougars lead New Mexico State 20-7 at half after shaky start
The BYU Cougars started slowly but recovered to take a 20-7 lead at halftime over the New Mexico State Aggies in Las Cruces, N.M.
The Cougars moved the ball well on their opening drive, but kicker Justin Sorenson missed a 39-yard field goal. The Aggies took their ensuing drive 78 yards, culminating in an 8-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Manley to Perris Scroggins.
Lark completed 21-of-25 passes in the first half for 184 yards and three touchdowns, two to receiver Cody Hoffman.
Sorenson also missed an extra point after BYU's first touchdown.
Email: email@example.com; Twitter: TheShums
- BYU Cougars looking for opening-game...
- Former BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy undergoes...
- First steps: Utes open season with 56-14 win...
- CBS Sports analyst predicts BYU to Big 12...
- BYU starting cornerbacks Jordan Johnson,...
- Brad Rock: What the Utes now know: very little
- BYU coach, players answer questions at fireside
- Felt's Facts Week 2: Utah high school...
- College football predictions: How will... 140
- The good, the bad and the most likely:... 63
- It's go time for the Utes: Utah kicks... 57
- First steps: Utes open season with... 56
- NFL cuts tracker: Former Cougars... 50
- Brad Rock: One thing already missing in... 50
- CBS Sports analyst predicts BYU to Big... 45
- Utah football: Utes eye successful start 42