PROVO, Utah – Stephen Rogers scored 16 points to lead Brigham Young to a 93-57 win over Fresno Pacific on Saturday night.
BYU's reserves came up big as the nonstarters outscored the Sunbirds' reserves 46-10.
Jackson Emery added 12 points off the bench and Chris Collinsworth had 11 points. All-American Jimmer Fredette scored 13 for BYU (14-1).
Charles Abouo's rebound dunk just before the first-half buzzer capped a 22-4 BYU run that included the last 13 points of the half.
The run pushed the Cougars' lead to 44-24, which was their widest margin in the half.
Brothers Chris and Kyle Collinsworth scored five and four points during the run with Noah Hartsock adding another five.
Jerante Morgan finished with 25 points for Fresno Pacific.
BYU's big run came on the heels of a 7-0 run by the Sunbirds that pulled them within 22-20 with 6:50 remaining.
Morgan capped the run with his 10th and final point of the first half on 5-of-5 shooting from the field.
BYU outrebounded Fresno Pacific 23-10 in the first half and 48-25 for the game.
There weren't too many rebounds to be had for the Sunbirds with BYU shooting 50 percent to Fresno Pacific's 39 percent.
The Sunbirds were only 1 for 12 from behind the 3-point arc in the first half and 4 for 23 for the game.