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GLENDALE, Ariz. Solomon Thomas Jersey . -- Kalani Sitake faced a difficult decision in his debut as BYUs coach. He could send out Rhett Almond to attempt a game-winning kick despite the sophomore missing a field and an extra point earlier in the game or turn to freshman Jake Oldroyd.Sitake went with the freshman, with an assist to special teams coach Ed Lamb, and it worked out perfectly for the Cougars.Oldroyd kicked a 33-yard field goal with 4 seconds left and Jamaal Williams ran for 162 yards, helping BYU rally to beat Arizona 18-16 on Saturday night.After the field goal and PAT we had earlier; I wouldnt say it was a good time to do it, but I felt comfortable with Jake being in that position, Sitake said.BYU sputtered at times, but pulled out a victory to start a brutal opening stretch of the season.Williams looked like he never left after sitting out last season due to personal reasons, carrying 29 times to spark BYUs offense.Taysom Hill was sharp after missing most of last season with a foot injury, hitting 21 of 29 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown.It still was tight.Arizonas Nick Wilson scored on a 49-yard run with 1:26 left and the Wildcats failed on the 2-point conversion, giving the Cougars a final chance at University of Phoenix Stadium.BYU started its final drive on its own 31 and quickly moved down the field to set up Oldroyds kick. The freshman split the uprights, raised his arms and ran toward BYUs sideline after hitting a winning kick in his first career game .We were calm the whole time, Hill said of the final drive. We knew we had a great opportunity.Arizona went through a difficult fall camp, trying to focus on football after offensive lineman Zach Hemmila was found dead in his apartment on Aug. 8. Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez joined Hemmilas family with athletic director Greg Byrne and offensive line coach Jim Michalczik for a pre-game ceremony that include a highlight video.The Wildcats had plenty of questions heading into the season, the big one being who will start at quarterback.Anu Solomon got the start after a tight battle with sophomore Brandon Dawkins that started in spring, but struggled against BYUs defensive pressure up front for most of the game.This one is on me, said Solomon, who threw for 213 yards on 20-of-30 passing. I have to play better.He wasnt alone.Wilson also scored on a 15-yard run in the fourth quarter and finished with 138 yards rushing, one of the few bright spots on Arizonas offense. The Wildcats finished with 328 total yards, 190 of that coming in the fourth quarter.You ask the same question four or five times, it eventually becomes like a lawyer, Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez said. Ask the same question four times, youre going to get the same I answer, I think. Maybe not.THE TAKEAWAYBYU: Williams was explosive at times and Hill was efficient in his return, coming through when the Cougars needed him to. Despite some breakdowns in the fourth quarter, BYUs defense was solid, holding Arizonas quick-hitting offense in check most of the night.Arizona: The offensive line, one of the teams most experienced groups, could not solve BYUs pressure until late. The defense, solid for most of the night, allowed the Cougars to quick-hit their way down the field to set up the winning kick. Arizona entered the season with plenty of questions and didnt get many answers.JONES INJUREDArizona suffered a big blow in the second quarter when spur linebacker Tellas Jones went down with an injury and did not return.The sophomore was one of the few known entities on Arizonas defense and was arguably its best player in the first half, ranging all over the field.We still had 11 guys out there, Rodriguez said. Tellas is a good player, but we still had 11 guys out there.QUOTABLEI was joking around afterward (Oldroyds kick) that there was so much conversation about my age and Im 26, I told the team Im too old for this, Im stressed, said Hill, who was granted a fifth year of eligibility after his injury last season.UP NEXTBYU: The Cougars continue a brutal start to the season at Utah next Saturday, followed by games against UCLA and West Virginia.Arizona: The Wildcats play their home opener against Grambling State next Saturday. 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(STATS) -- The key question at Western Carolina heading into the season was whether the Catamounts could replace quarterback Troy Mitchell, a 3 1/2-year starter and their all-time leader in total offense.Redshirt freshman Tyrie Adams has proven to be the answer, which keeps the Catamounts dangerous in the Southern Conference.Adams dressed for all the games last year, although he didnt have his redshirt lifted, and learned just how to run the offense.Adams, Northern Colorados Kyler Sloter, North Carolina A&Ts Jeremy Taylor and Georgetowns Hunter Kiselick have been named the STATS FCS National Players of the Week for games played Sept. 8-10.---=OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Kyle Sloter, Northern Colorado, QB, Sr., 6-4, 215, Johns Creek, GeorgiaIn a Big Sky Conference full of headliners at quarterback, Sloter isnt as well known. But he came off the bench when starter Jacob Knipp suffered a shoulder injury on the Bears first series at Abilene Christian and produced 408 passing yards and seven total touchdowns in a 55-52 win. A transfer from Southern Miss last year, Sloter was the backup QB and a wide receiver as well a member of the return units in his first season with the Bears. Saturday night, he got his big chance, completing 25 of 32 attempts with six touchdowns -- tying the school record and the most in the Bears Division I era -- and one interception. He also rushed for a 22-yard TD.Honorable Mention: Aaron Blockmon, WR, Campbell; Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina A&T; Peter Pujals, QB, Holy Cross; Spearman Robinson, WR, Western Carolina; Dallas Sealey, QB, Abilene Christian; Chris Streveler, QB, South Dakota; Christian Summers, WR, Towson---=DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Jeremy Taylor, North Carolina A&T, Jr., 5-11, 181, Kinston, North CarolinaTaylor filled the box score to help N.C. A&T outlast Kent State 39-36 in four overtimes -- the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conferences first win over an FBS opponent after three previous blowout losses. He led the Aggies defense with 15 tackles, including 12 solos. He had four tackles for loss, two sacks, intercepted a pass in his teams end zone to prevent a touchdown and help force OT, broke up two other passes and forced a fumble and rrecovered it. Joe Williams 49ers Jersey. Taylor was a high school teammate with Denzel Keyes, who caught the game-winning touchdown to end the fourth overtime.Honorable Mention: Dee Delaney, CB, The Citadel; Nick DeLuca, LB, North Dakota State; Ebenezer Ogundeko, DE, Tennessee State; C.J. Parvelus, LB, Sacred Heart; John Walker, CB, Montana State---=SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Hunter Kiselick, Georgetown, R-Sr., DL, 6-1, 250, Nutley, New JerseyMarist was 0 for 13 on third-down conversions against Georgetown, but Kiselick frustrated the host Red Foxes even more on fourth downs, blocking two field goal attempts to help his Patriot League team to a 20-17 win and its first 2-0 start since 2012. He blocked a 37-yard attempt in the second quarter to keep Marists 10-3 lead from growing. In the fourth quarter, he blocked a 48-yard attempt to preserve the Hoyas 20-17 advantage. Kiselick also had six tackles, a half sack in the fourth quarter and one pass breakup.Honorable Mention: Mike Basile, S, Monmouth; Miles Bergner, PK, South Dakota; Austin Crimmins, PK/P, Duquesne; Jerry Louie McGee, PR, Montana; Austin Watts, RS, Texas Southern---=FRESHMAN PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Tyrie Adams, Western Carolina, QB, R-Fr., 6-2, 180, St. Petersburg, FloridaThe suggestion that Adams has Armanti Edwards-type skills is high praise for Adams considering Edwards competed at former rival Appalachian State in the Southern Conference and was the only FCS player to win the national offensive player of the year award in two seasons. But Gardner-Webb saw firsthand when Adams had a school-record 510 yards of total offense in Western Carolinas 44-14 win. Adams completed 36 of 43 passes for 427 yards and the first five touchdown passes of his career, and carried the ball 13 times for 83 yards. Adams also competes in track and field and was the Southern Conference high jump champion last spring.Honorable Mention: Keylan Brown, RB, Davidson; McNeece Egbim, OLB, Missouri State; Frankie Hickson, RB, Liberty; A.J. Hines, RB, Duquesne; Pop Lacey, S, New Hampshire; Storm Ruiz, PK, Stephen F. Austin Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '