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Know The Foe: Week 1 Results

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

Let's catch up with the rest of BYU's schedule:

LOST: Of course, Wazzu lost to BYU 30-6.
Next week: vs. Eastern Washington (1-0)
More: Visit Coug Center

LOST 37-10 to Fresno State
The Wildcats began their humbling two-week set of paycheck games last week against Fresno State. While QB Mike Hoke had a respectable game (25-32 for 202 yards and 1 TD), Weber managed only 67 rushing yards.
Next week: BYU

UTAH (1-0)
WON 41-0 over Northern Colorado.
Jordan Wynn finished with 200 yards and John White IV had 119 rushing. Minus the slow start, it's about what any Utah fan would have expected from the Utes.
Next week: at Utah State (1-0)

LOST 17-13 to #13 Michigan State.
Despite letting Le'Veon Bell rampage for 210 rushing yards and getting outgained 461-206, Boise State had every chance to win in Lansing. An interception thrown at the goal line in the first half was probably the biggest missed opportunity of the night for the Broncos.
Next week: Bye
More: visit OBNUG

HAWAI'I (0-1)
LOST 49-10 to #3 USC.
The Warriors ran into a buzzsaw. Marquis Lee took the games opening play 75 yards for a touchdown, and later returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score. Hawai'i mustered 264 yards of offense in Norm Chow's debut, with Duke transfer Sean Schroeder going 24-39 for 208 yards.
Next week: Bye

WON 34-3 over Southern Utah.
The Aggies blowout was much like BYU's -- the score could have been much worse. USU racked up 581 total yards. Chuckie Keeton was a smooth 22-26 for 304 yards and 2 TD, while Joe Hill ran for 116.
Next week: vs. Utah (1-0)

Oregon State's game against Nicholls State was postponed due to Hurricane Isaac. NSU was unable to travel to Oregon.
Next week: vs. #12 Wisconsin (1-0)
More: visit Building The Dam

WON 50-10 over Navy.
The Irish rushed for 293 yards in the blowout win in Dublin, Ireland.
Next week: vs. Purdue (1-0)
More: visit One Foot Down

LOST 20-17 (OT) to #20 Virginia Tech.
The GT offense was held to just 288 total yards and lost despite a solid defensive effort.
Next week: vs. Presbyterian (1-0)
More: visit From The Rumble Seat

IDAHO (0-1)
LOST 20-3 to Eastern Washington.
Yikes. Not only did Idaho lose to an (admittedly-solid) FCS team, but the Vandals got manhandled. EWU outgained Idaho 412-237 for the three-score win.
Next week: at Bowling Green (0-1)
More: visit Vandal Nation

LOST 20-17 to #18 Stanford.
Tough loss for the Spartans, who battled ranked Stanford on the road. SJSU outgained the Cardinal by 8 yards on the night, and QB David Fales went 24-35 for 216 yards and 1 TD.
Next week: vs. UC-Davis (1-0)

WON 49-19 over Sacramento State.
Sophomore QB Andrew Manley threw for 367 yards and 3 TD on just 14 completions as the Aggies rolled. The NMSU defense did give up 397 yards, however.
Next week: at Ohio (1-0)

This Week: 4-7
Overall: 4-7
FBS Only:4-6
W/O BYU game: 4-5

Still getting caught up with BYU's win over Washington State? Here's everything we've said about it:

BYU defeats Washington State 30-6
(Keith fact-checks BYU's performance with preseason expectations)
Full game highlights
BYU: They are who we THOUGHT they were!
(Geoff breaks down BYU's performance position by position)
Sunday Storify
(Zach compiles Sunday's post-game Twitter discussion into one place)
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