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Texas-San Antonio vs Brigham Young

BYU 81, Texas-San Antonio 62

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PROVO, Utah (AP) - Brandon Davies had 22 points and 10 rebounds and Tyler Haws added 20 points to lead BYU to an 81-62 victory against UTSA on Wednesday night.

It was the fifth straight game with at least 20 points for Haws, tying him with Danny Ainge, Kresimir Cosic and Michael Smith for the second-longest streak to start a season in school history. Devin Durrant scored 20 or more in seven consecutive games to start the 1983-84 season.

The Cougars (3-2) shot 31 of 60 (51.7 percent) from the floor and enjoyed a 48-21 rebounding edge in bouncing back from two losses at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Kannon Burrage scored 22 points and Michael Hale III added 13 for the Roadrunners (3-2).

Trailing 48-28 at the break, UTSA whittled the deficit to 13 with 10:42 remaining. But BYU pushed the lead back to 17, then put the game away with a 9-2 run fueled by Haws, who had five points during the surge.

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Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
J. Hill, F375-171-260412
L. Wilkins, F262-60-01334
M. Hale III, G404-83-424113
K. Burrage, G379-214-432122
J. Sims, G232-30-02115
E. McGregor111-32-21054
H. Thomas111-20-12012
A. Price80-00-01000
T. Wood70-10-00000
J. Hines00-00-00000
Totals 24-6110-1321101662
 39.3%76.9% 
Brigham Young Cougars
J. Sharp, F304-50-06028
B. Davies, F267-138-8103322
T. Haws, G358-162-263120
B. Zylstra, G322-50-05305
M. Carlino, G101-80-02312
C. Cusick293-30-08417
A. Ambrosino92-20-03226
I. Harward82-20-03024
N. Austin70-02-22022
C. Calvert61-30-01002
R. Delgado61-30-00112
A. Winder20-01-20001
Totals 31-6013-1448191581
 51.7%92.9% 
Conference USA
TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
UAB9-119-4104
Middle Tenn.8-216-677
Marshall7-311-12143
La. Tech6-317-5129
Old Dominion5-412-10159
FIU5-511-12258
Charlotte4-58-14207
So. Miss4-57-13276
UTEP4-612-11268
Western Ky.4-612-11180
FAU4-66-17283
North Texas3-68-14325
Rice2-77-15297
UT-San Antonio2-84-19342

West Coast
TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
Gonzaga10-218-569
St. Marys9-218-342
BYU8-317-756
Pepperdine7-514-994
San Fran.5-612-10224
Santa Clara4-78-15252
Pacific4-76-15260
Portland4-810-15281
San Diego3-88-14291
Loyola-Mary.3-910-13206
 
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