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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jalen Hall passed for 276 yards and two touchdowns, Tyler Allgeier rushed for 111 yards and a pair of scores and No. 13 Brigham Young rallied to defeat Southern California 35-31 Saturday night after blowing an 15-point, third-quarter lead.

BYU (10-2) trailed 31-28 with 11:03 remaining after Jaxson Dart’s 10-yard touchdown pass to Gary Bryant Jr.

and 2-point conversion. But the Cougars regained the lead with 3:57 to go on Jackson McChesney’s 7-yard TD run.

USC (4-7) drove to the BYU 15 in the final minute, but Bryant came up a yard short on a pass from Dart on fourth-and-6 and turned the ball over on downs with 38 seconds remaining as Kaleb Hayes made the tackle.

Dart was 23 of 45 for 248 yards and a touchdown for the Trojans, who have dropped five of their last six and saw their bowl hopes dashed.

USC trailed 28-13 early in the third quarter after Keanu Hill caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Hall that was just beyond the outstretched left arm of Trojans cornerback Isaiah Pola-Mao before coming back with scores on three straight possessions.

Vavae Malepeai started the rally on the ensuing drive with a TD on fourth-and-goal. Malepeai ran right, bounced off an attempted tackle by BYU linebacker Max Tooley and scored from 2 yards out.

Parker Lewis’ third field goal brought the Trojans within five points before they took the lead on Dart’s strike to Bryant.

After USC’s Bryant returned the opening kickoff 62 yards to the BYU 34-yard line, the Trojans took a 3-0 lead on Parker Lewis’ 26-yard field goal. BYU took the lead eight plays later when Hall connected with Puka Nacua for a 28-yard touchdown.

Both of Allgeier’s scores came in the second quarter as BYU led 21-13 at halftime. USC’s lone first-half touchdown was on a 5-yard keeper by Dart. His knee appeared to be on the ground while fielding the shotgun snap, but he didn’t have possession of the ball.

Hall completed 20 of 32 passes and was picked off twice.

TEMPER, TEMPER

BYU coach Kalani Sitake was assessed an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty during the third quarter for arguing on the field after a punt.

THE TAKEAWAY

BYU: The Cougars were a perfect 5-0 against Pac-12 teams this season. They defeated Arizona, Utah, Arizona State and Washington State earlier.

USC: This was the best the Trojans have looked during the second half of what has been a disappointing season, especially after a 62-33 loss to rival UCLA last week.

UP NEXT

BYU: Regular season complete.

USC: Travels to Cal next Saturday for its season finale. The game was rescheduled from Nov. 13 due to a COVID-19 outbreak in Cal’s program.

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Trion Footballs Redemption Tour banquet

Trion Football’s ‘Redemption Tour’ had a season for the record books.

At the end of season banquet held January 27 in the Trion High School gym, Head Coach Sean Patrick went over the records and accolades this team achieved.

“Redemption Tour was first mentioned during summer workouts. I think I randomly said it during a practice, and it stuck. Our team rallied behind that mantra. Our kids put Trion back among the elite in Class A. 2020 was a blip, not the norm for this program,” Patrick said.

The 2021 Bulldogs etched their name in the records of the 88-year program as the highest average of points scored per game (40.92) and the highest average margin of victory per game (28.17).

The team recorded the second most points scored in a single season with 491.

The 10-2 Bulldogs finished 9th in the state of Georgia and made the state charts being 3rd in Class A Public for points scored per game and 4th in Class A Public for points allowed per game (12.8).

Trion had it’s 7th 10+ win season in program history. The season came to an end in an overtime 22-23 loss against Wilcox County in the Sweet 16 game.

This was the season Rob Brown became a Trion legend. In years to come the old and young alike will say, ‘I was here when Rob rushed for 400 yards and then he did it again.’

Brown rushed for 407 yards against Mount Zion. The next week against Gordon Lee, Brown became Trion’s first running back in program history to surpass the 2,000 yard rushing mark in a single season.  His first-round playoff performance against Social Circle he amassed 448 yards and five touchdowns in the 55-21 win.

When asked what was different about his game in the final weeks of the season, Brown responded, “I am playing all four quarters.” Earlier in the season starters had limited action in the 3rd and 4th quarters.

Brown is the only player in state history with two 400-yard games. 

 

Mr. 2,000/ Casie Bryant

Brown walks off of Clarence Blevins Field as Trion’s all-time leading rusher and scorer. He recorded 4,542 rushing yards and 62 touchdowns as a Bulldog.

In 2021 Brown ended up leading the entire state of Georgia with a 218 yard per game average. He totaled 2,621 rushing yards on the season with an insane 10.3 yard per carry. At the end of the regular season Brown led the state in rushing among all classifications.

Brown  compiled the largest Single-Season Rushing Total (2,621) in Trion history. Brown also has the Most Touchdowns in a Season with 42.

Brown signed with Kennesaw State University.

2021 Football Schedule: Trion’s Redemption Tour

Coosa W 48-13

Model W 28-7

Howard W 37-6

Cedar Bluff W 49-0

Bowdon L 13-35

SE Whitfield W 49-0

BEST Academy W 38-6

Armuchee W 48-7

Mt. Zion W 61-28

Gordon Lee W 43-7

Social Circle W 55-21 (Round 1)

Wilcox County L 22-23 (OT)

 

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