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Know The Foe: Week 9 results from BYU opponents

Walking you around BYU's 2012 schedule to see how each team has fared.

Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Notre Dame is silencing its doubters, but Oregon State slipped up on the road. Here was the week 9 action around BYU's schedule:

LOST 24-17 to #17 Stanford
The Cougars battled hard on the road, but ultimately lost on a pick six in the fourth quarter. Washington State is still winless in Pac-12 play.
Next week: at Utah (3-5)
More: Visit Coug Center

Next week: vs Montana (4-5)

UTAH (3-5)
WON 49-27 over Cal
The Utes buried Cal early with kickoff and fumble returns for touchdowns.
Next week: vs. Washington State (2-6)
More: read Block U

#19 BOISE STATE (7-1)
WON 45-14 over Wyoming
The Broncos took care of business against the hapless Cowboys.
Next week: vs San Diego State (6-3)
More: read OBNUG

HAWAI'I (1-6)
LOST 42-27 at Colorado State
Next week: at Fresno State (6-3)

WON 48-17 over UTSA
Chuckie Keeton threw for 340 yards in three quarters in the romp.
Next week: vs Texas State (3-4)

#11 OREGON STATE (6-1)
20-17 at Washington
Sean Mannion threw four interceptions and will now sit behind Cody Vaz next week.
Next week: vs. Arizona State (5-3)
More: visit Building The Dam

#3 NOTRE DAME (8-0)
WON 30-13 over #8 Oklahoma
The Irish are legit, everyone. (And BYU held a fourth-quarter lead on them. Ugh.) After giving up a lot of first-quarter yards, Notre Dame's defense controlled a pretty good Sooners offense the rest of the night.
Next week: vs. Pitt (4-4)
More: read One Foot Down

LOST 41-17 to BYU
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Next week: at Maryland (4-4)
More: visit From The Rumble Seat

IDAHO (1-7)
It hasn't been uneventful for the Vandals since their last game, however. Idaho has fired head coach Robb Akey and kicked starting quarterback Dominique Blackman off the team. The young Jason Gesser takes over as interim coach.
Next week: vs San Jose State (6-2)
More: visit Vandal Nation

WON 31-20 over Texas State
The Spartans racked up 571 yards of offense, adding 195 rushing yards to their usual potent passing attack led by David Fales.
Next week: at Idaho (1-7)

LOST 28-14 to Louisiana Tech
The Aggies are really bad, and perhaps should cut football altogether. Although they have Auburn next, maybe they can put the nail in Gene Chizik's coffin?
Next week: at Auburn (1-7)

This Week: 5-5
Overall: 46-49 (.484)
FBS Only: 45-42 (.517)
W/O BYU game: 42-44 (.488)