After Texas State (1-6) scored to start the game, it was all No. 12 BYU (6-0) after that as the Cougars quickly scored 49 unanswered points to cruise to a 52-14 victory Saturday night at LaVell Edwards Stadium.

It was the fifth time this season that BYU has scored more than 40 points as the Cougars racked up 580 total yards, while holding Texas State to just 270 yards, with most of it coming in the second half against BYU’s backups. This is the third time this year that the Cougars have outgained its opponents by at least 300 yards.

Zach Wilson had another impressive game as the junior completed 19 of 25 passes for 287 yards and four touchdowns. Wilson’s four-touchdown performance marked the first time he has done so in back-to-back games. He also has four career games with four touchdown passes.

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Wilson’s favorite targets included Dax Milne, Isaac Rex, Neil Pau’u and Keanu Hill. Milne had four catches for 89 yards and a touchdown and Rex hauled in five catches for 66 yards and two touchdowns. It was the first career game in which Rex had two touchdown catches. Pau’u had two catches for 40 yards and Hill was right behind with two catches for 39 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter.

Through six games, Milne now has 639 receiving yards this season. The junior only trails Eric Drage (748 in 1992) and Austin Collie (673 in 2008) for the third most in program history through the first six games of a season at BYU.

The Cougar defense also stepped up as they forced two turnovers, including a 32-yard pick-six for Isaiah Kaufusi. Even more impressive is the fact the BYU offense turned the ball over twice, yet the defense held the Bobcats without any points. Impressively, the Cougars have had five turnovers this season, including two turnovers in the red zone, yet the defense has not allowed any points off of it.

Here’s a look at how the media, fans and players reacted after the win:

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