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January 22, 1979 | Herman Weiskopf
LAWRENCE BUTLER: Idaho State's guard had 72 points (he's averaging 28), sealed a 78-77 win over Colorado State with a late shot and steal, and did in Boise State 81-78 by scoring 15 of the Bengals' last 17 points.
March 13, 1978 | Mike DelNagro
MARVIN JOHNSON: Playing only 67 minutes in league title-clinching wins over Colorado State and Wyoming, New Mexico's forward scored 82 points—including a WAC-record 50 against the Rams.
October 24, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: In his first start, Quarterback Marc Wilson completed 15 of 25 passes for 332 yards and seven touchdowns, plunged one yard for another six-pointer and guided BYU to a 63-17 victory over Colorado State.
December 04, 1972 | Larry Keith
THE BACK: Steve Marshall, a defensive bad?-until recently, accounted for seven touchdowns as Utah swamped Colorado State. He scored on runs of 27, 15 and three yards, and his four passes covered 75, six, 33 and 77 yards.
October 09, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Purdue Halfback Leroy Keyes, who played both offense and defense in win over Notre Dame—and both wonderfully well—catching nine passes, running the ball, scoring once and making a vital interception.