BYU vs. Weber State report cards: More talented Cougars overwhelm the Wildcats
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Scott G Winterton
Davion Berry and Jeremy Senglin both had stretches of hot shooting that allowed the Wildcats to keep the game respectable. Unfortunately for Weber State, these stretches all came after BYU had built a double-digit lead, and the game never got closer than six points. The Weber State backcourt looked talented enough to overwhelm a lot of Big Sky teams, but it was not good enough to keep BYU’s guards from dominating the game.
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