Cougars (28) @ Wolf Pack (23)

Saturday, Nov 30, 2013, 3:05 PM EST

Chris Ault Field at Mackay Stadium

The Roar #3

BYU gets "shocked", squeezes out a W in Reno, beats little brother, and Sark. The most relevant topic points from this past week of BYU sports can be found here.

Making the Grade: Cougars take down Wolf Pack

After a sluggish first half BYU comes away with the win due to a punishing run game that rolled up most of it's 394 yards in the second half.

BYU's Hill & Williams run through Nevada

Jamaal Williams rushes for 222 yards and leads BYU to a 28-23 victory over Nevada.

What you need to Know: BYU vs. Nevada

After a a lackluster performance in South Bend, the Cougars head to Reno to take on the Wolf Pack of Nevada. Nevada has struggled but have won the last two meetings between the schools.

Q & A with Mountain West Connection

This week we caught up with Jeremy Mauss, managing editor of Mountain West Connection to get the scoop on the Nevada Wolf Pack.

Eyes on the enemy: week 13

With the loss at Notre Dame where does BYU sit in the national picture and how might the season end with trip to Nevada and the Fight Hunger Bowl still ahead?

Know the Foe: Nevada Wolf Pack

The Cougars look to end the regular season with a W this weekend, as they travel to Reno in an attempt to knock off the Nevada Wolf Pack

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