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Something to Rise and Shout About


BYU football players Tanner Mangum and Moroni Laulu-Pututau celebrate following a touchdown at at football game at Wisconsin in September 2018.
Photo by Jaren Wilkey

After a disappointing 4-9 2017 season, the BYU football team turned things around in 2018 with two early road victories against Power Five opponents, including a national-spotlight-stealing win over No. 6 Wisconsin. “BYU pulled off the season’s best upset so far in shocking Wisconsin,” Sports Illustrated tweeted about the win. That game featured stout line play, 40-plus-yard runs from running back Bryant P. “Squally” Canada (’18), and even a double-pass TD from receiver Aleva V. Hifo (’20) to tight end F. Moroni Laulu-Pututau (’19), above with ball.

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