Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
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BYU went in at halftime with a four point lead against St. Mary's, but couldn't finish the job down the stretch, falling 64-57.
The game was barely underway when BYU's Brock Zylstra and Mitchell Young of St. Mary's both picked up technical fouls. It set the tone for a closely contested first half.
Brandon Davies was the standout performer for BYU, with 25 points.
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