Above: BYU fans erupt after a 4th-quarter, 4th and 18 pass from Brigham Young quarterback Max Hall (15) to Brigham Young wide receiver Austin Collie (9), a key play that set up the winning touchdown. BYU vs. Utah, college football Saturday at BYU’s Lavell Edward Stadium.

Again, biggest game of the year. A total bore-fest until 1:34 left in the game, when Utah scores and takes a 10-9 lead.

When you do this job you can’t be a fan of either team. But I’ll tell you what, I’ve seen BYU come back to win so many times that at that point I had no doubt they would come down the field and score.

Which brings us to the now-legendary 4th and 18 play, where BYU quarterback Max Hall hits wide receiver Austin Collie for a 49 yard gain and setting up the winning touchdown. Here is an edit of my sequence of the play that joins all the others in BYU history:

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  1. Man what A play. I thought that the game was over for a minute. But the Cougars did it again. We sent those utes home crying like the babies they are.

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