Know The Foe: Week 2 Results From BYU's Opponents

Sept. 8, 2012; Corvallis, OR, USA; Oregon State Beavers free safety Ryan Murphy (25) tackles Wisconsin Badgers running back Montee Ball (28) during the first quarter at Reser Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jaime Valdez-US PRESSWIRE

During basketball season, we gave you the West Coast Walkthrough. In football season, without the tethers of conference affiliation, we will instead take you around BYU's 2012 schedule to see how each team fared.

There were some close calls and a few upsets from BYU's opponents in week two. Let's catch up!

WON 24-20 over Eastern Washington
Wazzu gave up 379 passing yards to Kyle Padron, but hung on to its 24-14 halftime lead for the first win of the Mike Leach era. But, Jeff Tuel hurt his knee in the third quarter. (Also, Coug kicker Andrew Furney nailed a 60-yard field goal to end the first half.)
Next week: Friday @ UNLV (0-2) on ESPN
More: Visit Coug Center

LOST to 45-13 to BYU
Next week: vs. #22 McNeese State (2-0)

UTAH (1-1)
LOST 27-20 (OT) at Utah State
The Utes fought back after being down 13-0 in the first quarter, only to lose in overtime. Jordan Wynn left the game after injuring his left shoulder while being tackled (think Sam Bradford), the same shoulder he hurt and had surgery on last year. But, in my estimation, Utah did better with Jon Hays anyway.
Next week: vs. BYU! (2-0)
More: read Block U

Next week: vs. Miami OH (1-1)
More: read OBNUG

HAWAI'I (0-1)
Next week: vs. Lamar (1-1)

WON 27-20 (OT) over Utah.
Gary Andersen has something going in Logan. The Aggies punched the Utes in the mouth early, then held on for an overtime win. Charles E. Keeton was 22-32 for 216 yards and 2 TD in the win. Here come the Aggies.
Next week: @ Wisconsin (1-1)

10-7 over #12 Wisconsin
Oregon State took down the 12th-ranked Badgers at Reser Stadium. The Beavers held Wisconsin's offense to just 150 yards until the Badgers' final drive. Montee Ball was held to just 65 yards. It was strange to watch a team BYU physically dominated just a year ago stand up to a team like Wisconsin, but the Beavers came to play.
Next week: BYE
More: visit Building The Dam

WON 20-17 over Purdue.
The Irish won a rather ugly game, hitting a final-seconds field goal to survive a comeback effort by the Boilermakers. I'd be happy with any win, though, since they didn't bye after flying home from Ireland.
Next week: @ #10 Michigan State (2-0)
More: read One Foot Down

WON 59-3 over Presbyterian
Next week: vs. Virginia (2-0)
More: visit From The Rumble Seat

IDAHO (0-2)
LOST 21-13 at Bowling Green.
Dominique Blackman made an impressive debut at QB for Idaho, going 30-37 for 352 yards, but it wasn't enough for the reeling Vandals.
Next week: at #3 LSU (2-0). Yikes.
More: visit Vandal Nation

WON 45-13 over UC-Davis
The Spartans bounced back from their week one heartbreak against ranked Stanford. SJSU racked up 503 yards in the win.
Next week: vs. Colorado State (1-1)

LOST 51-24 at Ohio.
NMSU gave up nearly 600 yards of offense, while gaining just 206.
Next week: at UTEP (0-2)

This Week: 6-4
Overall: 10-11
FBS Only:10-9
W/O BYU game: 10-9

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