In the most complete game of the year for BYU, the Cougars controlled the game from start to finish in a 85-58 blowout win on UVU’s home court.
A year after getting giving up 114 points to UVU in Provo, BYU dominated on both ends of the floor in a complete game. BYU’s ball movement was superb all night, as BYU assisted on 25 of its 30 made field goals.
Yoeli Childs was dominant once again, as he led BYU with 24 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocks.
BYU also broke out of its shooting slump, shooting 12-26 from three. Six different BYU players made two threes, including newcomer McKay Cannon. The Weber State transfer found out hours before the game that his NCAA waiver to play immediately was granted, and he finished with 8 points and 6 assists.
BYU now hits the road again as they travel to Logan to take on Utah State in another in-state clash.