BYU men's basketball: Dave Rose's top 25 wins at BYU
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Editor's note: Jimmer who? OK, not actually. But when the Cougars needed a momentum-building win in their final game before beginning their second year of West Coast Conference play, Tyler Haws delivered.
The nation's leading scorer graced the floor at EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday afternoon.
But it was BYU's Tyler Haws — not Virginia Tech's Erick Green — that lit up the scoreboard.
Haws enjoyed a special day at ESA, pouring in a career-high 42 points, including 29 in the first half, as the Cougars crushed the Hokies, 97-71, before a crowd of 15,684.
Read more about Tyler Haws' unforgettable night.
Up next: Rose finds his happy place in paradise.
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