UNLV came out playing well in front of the sell-out home crowd, building their lead as high as 10 at one point. Unfortunately that disappeared in the second half as BYU dominated the second half, to the point where it was 77-57 with about 5:00 left. UNLV moves to 12-3 (0-1) and should drop out of the rankings while BYU goes to 15-1 (1-0) and should use this game to get to 12th or higher in the Top 25. The one bright spot for UNLV was Anthony Marshall, who scored 26 points on a night where he had his shooting touch. If Marshall keeps playing like that, UNLV will play much better.