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Massachusetts Minutemen (1-11)


Sat. 11/9 Sat. 11/16 Sat. 11/23
@ Army
L 7-63
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@ NW
L 6-45
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vs. BYU
L 24-56
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BYU buries UMass 56-24 under 628 yards of offense

AMHERST, Mass. (AP) Zach Wilson threw for 293 yards and four touchdowns, Jackson McChesney ran for 228 yards and two scores and BYU amassed 628 yards of offense in beating UMass 56-24 on Saturday.

BYU (7-4) led 49-0 of at halftime after gaining 440 total yards, the fourth most in any half in program history. McChesney's 228 rushing yards are the most by a BYU freshman and the sixth most in school history.

McChesney (15 carries) ran for two TDs and had a 62-yard romp in the third quarter, the Cougars' longest run of the year. Lopini Katoa and Aleva Hifo also ran for scores.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: R. West864
Passing TDs: A. Brito7
Rushing Yards: B. Ally853
Rushing TDs: B. Ally7
Receiving Yards: Z. Simon355
Receiving TDs: K. Horn3
Interceptions: I. Rodgers4
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/30 at Rutgers L 21 - 48
9/7 vs. Southern Illinois L 20 - 45
9/14 at Charlotte L 17 - 52
9/21 vs. Coastal Carolina L 28 - 62
9/28 vs. Akron W 37 - 29
10/5 at FIU L 0 - 44
10/12 at Louisiana Tech L 21 - 69
10/26 vs. Connecticut L 35 - 56
11/2 vs. Liberty L 21 - 63
11/9 at Army West Point L 7 - 63
11/16 at Northwestern L 6 - 45
11/23 vs. BYU L 24 - 56
Independents (FBS)
  Conference Overall
15 Notre Dame -- 10-2
Liberty -- 7-5
Brigham Young -- 7-5
Army -- 5-7
New Mexico State -- 2-10
Massachusetts -- 1-11
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 3517 (126)
Passing Yards: 2022 (117)
Rushing Yards: 1495 (115)
Points per game: 19.8 (117)
Yards per game: 293.1 (126)
Touchdowns: 29 (108)
Field Goals: 7 (124)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 6714 (130)
Passing Yards: 3145 (108)
Rushing Yards: 3569 (130)
Points per game: 52.7 (130)
Yards per game: 559.5 (130)
Touchdowns: 82 (130)
Field Goals: 10 (33)
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