BYU Vs. Tulsa Score: Golden Hurricane Expand Lead, Up 14-3

For those still riled up from last night's 67-56 points-fest in the Alamo Bowl, the Armed Forces Bowl between the BYU Cougars and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane has been like a cold shower. After a methodical 76-yard touchdown drive on Tulsa's first possession, the two teams have combined for seven 3-and-outs, including four in a row early in the second quarter. Tulsa found its offensive spark again with eight minutes left until halftime, however, with G.J. Kinne finding Clay Sears on a 14-yard touchdown pass. The touchdown was set up by a 50-yard jump ball pass to 6-2 Bryan Burnham down the left sideline.

The Cougars, meanwhile, haven't gotten anything going offensively. Quarterback Riley Nelson has gone just 4-for-8 passing so far, leading BYU to just 69 total yards with intermission approaching. He hasn't had any help from his running game, either. BYU has just 15 total yards rushing so far, compared to 46 from Tulsa.

For more on the Armed Forces Bowl, visit BYU blog Vanquish The Foe. Visit ourStoryStream for more updates and previews from today's game. For more news and analysis from this bowl season, check out our College Football hub.

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