Kedon Slovis kept BYU alive with his arm, but he needs help on the ground
BYU quarterback, Slovis, threw 51 times, most since Wilson's 53 attempts in 2019.
Slovis sees progress in the passing game but calls for reduced turnovers and a run game.
Concerns arise about BYU's struggling rushing attack as they averaged just 78 yards per game.
The coach remains unfazed, emphasizing the versatility of the offense's weapons.
The article questions if BYU relies too heavily on passing, given the loss to Kansas.
Slovis performed well but had two interceptions due to excessive passing attempts.
BYU struggled to run the ball effectively, with negative rushing yards in a quarter.
The article highlights the need for a balanced offense for BYU's success in the Big 12.