BYU Vs. Tulsa Score: Golden Hurricane Retake Lead On G.J. Kinne Pass

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane notched their first score of the second half of the 2011 Armed Forces Bowl to retake the lead, 21-17, over the BYU Cougars early in the fourth quarter. G.J. Kinne hit Bryan Burnham for yet another big play, this time for a 30-yard touchdown. The junior wideout now has four catches for 107 yards on the day.

Kinne is now 15-for-27 passing for 192 yards and three touchdowns on the day. He hasn't had much opportunity to run against the Cougars' defensive front, however. The Golden Hurricane have just 23 total yards rushing for the game.

BYU quarterback Riley Nelson continues to be hit-or-miss. He has made some nice throws when he has had time, which hasn't been often. Both quarterbacks have been sacked three times on the day. Nelson is just 15-for-36 passing for the game. Receiver Cody Hoffman has helped him plenty, catching seven passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns so far.

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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