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Sports briefs: BYU adds Nevada, drops Hawaii from 2013 football schedule

Published January 29, 2013 9:43 pm
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college football • BYU has added Nevada to its 2013 football schedule and dropped Hawaii.

The Cougars will visit Nevada on Nov. 30 in the first leg of a three-game series announced Monday that includes two games at LaVell Edwards Stadium: in 2014 and 2019.

New Mountain West Conference member Hawaii had to cancel a Dec. 7 matchup with BYU because that date conflicts with the inaugural MWC championship game. The scheduled 2014 game in Provo has also been canceled. The schools have agreed to "look at" scheduling a future series.

BYU will host Utah on Sept. 21, and visit Utah State on Oct. 4.

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