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TIM SHARP, Associated Press
Brigham Young coach LeVell Edwards smiles after his team intercepts a Kansas State pass late in the fourth quarter to seal their 19-15 win at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Jan. 1, 1997. At right is Dennis Simmons (9).

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No. 5 BYU scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to stage a come-from-behind victory over 14th-ranked Kansas State, 19-15, at the Cotton Bowl for its record 14th win of the season.

Steve Sarkisian hit James Dye for a 32-yard touchdown with 10:55 to go. Later, facing third-and-7, K.O. Kealaluhi then caught a 28-yard pass with 3:39 remaining to give BYU the lead.

Omarr Morgan then saved the day for the Cougars with an interception at the BYU 3-yard line with 55 seconds left.

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