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Jimmer For 49


Jimmer T. Fredette
In BYU’s late-December 99–69 win over Arizona, junior point guard Jimmer T. Fredette (’11) put on an offensive show, scoring 49 points and setting the BYU record for the most points scored by an individual player in a game. His stunning array of free throws, three-pointers, and two-pointers are pictured here—the circles mark where he made each shot. With nine treys, Fredette also broke the BYU record for most three-pointers made in a single game by an individual player.

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