The streak is over.

BYU (11-1) picked up its first win in Florida and did so in style as the 13th-ranked Cougars led from start to finish in a 49-23 victory over UCF (6-4) in the Boca Raton Bowl.

Led by Zach Wilson, the Cougar offense rolled up a bowl and program record with 655 yards of total offense. BYU came in with an explosive offense and showed everyone why as the Cougars produced 34 first downs on just 73 offensive plays.

Wilson finished the night completing 26-of-34 passes for 425 yards and three touchdowns. The dual-threat quarterback also ran for two touchdowns in the win. In what was likely his final game before declaring for the NFL Draft, Wilson continued to set records as he became BYU’s single-season completion percentage record holder (73.5%). Steve Young held the previous record at 71.3%.

While the Cougars were robbed of playing a New Years Six bowl game, the team showed the nation just how good they are in what was arguably the most dominating performance of the season.

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UCF came in averaging more than 44 points per game, yet the Knights scored just 23, which included two late touchdowns in the second half when the game was well out of reach. With a Top 10 scoring defense, allowing just over 15 points per game, BYU’s defense shined once again. UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel completed just 21-of-45 passes for a season-low 217 yards and two touchdowns for the Knights. The sophomore came in averaging nearly 400 passing yards per game and had a stretch of nine straight incompletions.

While the defense has given up a lot of yards at times and allowing teams to go on 9-10 minute scoring drives, the team has been able to buckle down and get stops when they need to. The Cougars’ bend-but-don’t-break defense didn’t allow a team to score more than 26 points for the entire season. The last time that happened was back in 1978.

Oddsmakers set the over/under at 78.5 and BYU was on track to beat that by itself midway through the third quarter after going up 49-10, before calling off the dogs. In fact, the Cougars didn’t punt the ball until the fourth quarter and racked up more than 400 total yards in the first half. Head Coach Kalani Sitake stayed classy as he had Wilson take a knee inside the 5-yard line to end the game.

BYU running back Tyler Allgeier had another terrific performance as the sophomore had 19 carries for 173 yards and a touchdown. Isaac Rex continues to be a touchdown machine as the freshman hauled in five catches for 96 yards and two touchdowns.

Lopini Katoa added four catches for 90 yards, including an incredible diving grab in the first half. Neil Pau’u added five catches for 86 yards and a touchdown and Dax Milne chipped in with seven catches for 70 yards.

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