BYU QB Zach Wilson Plays Flawless First Half Against North Alabama
PROVO, Utah – BYU quarterback Zach Wilson played perfectly for the Cougars during the first half of their game against the North Alabama Lions.
The Cougars hosted the Lions at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday, November 21.
In the first 30 minutes of action, Wilson was 10/16 passing for 212 yards and four touchdowns.
He had a passer rating of 256.3 during his time on the field.
Wilson connected with five different receivers for his 10 completions.
Four of the tosses were caught by Dax Milne, who had 101 receiving yards in the first half.
Two of the junior’s four touchdown passes were completed to Isaac Rex.
It was the third game this season that Wilson has thrown four touchdown passes and the fifth time in his BYU career.
In addition to Wilson’s passing game, he had one run for 33 yards. The carry was a season-best by the quarterback.
Wilson led BYU to a 42-7 led at the halftime break.
His day ended as the Cougars went to the locker. Backup quarterback Baylor Romney started the second half for the Cougars.
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The game between the Lions vs. Cougars game is broadcast on BYUtv and KSL NewsRadio 102.7 FM and 1160 AM.
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