PROVO, UT - AUGUST 30: Quarterback Riley Nelson of BYU looks to pass during the second half of an college football game against Washington State on August 30, 2012 at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah. BYU beat Washington State 30-6. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)
The Cougars will look to avenge a 54-10 loss at the hands of the Utes in 2011 as the in-state rivals square off on Saturday night.
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The Cougars will look to avenge an embarrassing, 54-10 Holy War loss last season in Provo. They'll also hope to prove that their inclusion in the Top 25 is not a fluke. It's likely that BYU will try to use the size of 6'4 wide receiver Cody Hoffman to their advantage. The junior has a 21-game receiving streak and is a favorite target of quarterback Riley Nelson.
Utah is dealing with the loss of starting quarterback Jordan Wynn and hoping to avoid being the third man on the state's college football totem pole, after dropping an overtime game against Utah State in Week 2. The shoulder injury is the fourth of the junior's career, and as a result, that career is now over. Senior Jon Hays and freshman Travis Wilson are battling to win the replacement job.
Game time, TV channel: 10 p.m. ET, ESPN2
Point spread: BYU favored by 4 points
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