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Last week, 92 percent of you knew Orrin Hatch supporters want $2 million to build a center in his name, but only 29 percent knew that Identity Evropa, a hate group, held an anti-immigration rally at the University of Utah. Think you kept up with the news this week? Take our quiz to find out. A new one will post every Friday morning. You can find previous quizzes here. If you’re using The Salt Lake Tribune mobile app, click here.

For clarification and fact checking — but hopefully not cheating — purposes, you can find the stories referenced in each question here: Question 1, Question 2, Question 3, Question 4, Question 5, Question 6, Question 7, Question 8, Question 9, Question 10, Question 11 and Question 12.

State colleges: Jake Toolson leads Utah Valley past Chicago State

Orem • Jake Toolson had 25 points as Utah Valley rolled past Chicago State 103-71 on Thursday night.

Toolson shot 6 for 9 from deep.

Richard Harward had 19 points and 16 rebounds for Utah Valley (18-8, 7-4 Western Athletic Conference). Conner Toolson added 13 points. Isaiah White had 11 points for the home team.

It was the first time this season Utah Valley scored more than 100 points.

Utah Valley made a season-high 16 3-pointers.

Utah Valley scored 54 points in the first half, a season high for the team.

Rob Shaw had 15 points for the Cougars (3-24, 0-12), who have now lost 16 straight games. Anthony Harris added 15 points and five steals. Patrick Szpir had 15 points and six assists.

The Wolverines improved to 2-0 against the Cougars on the season. Utah Valley defeated Chicago State 74-60 on Jan. 26.

Sacramento State 78, Weber State 76 • In Sacramento, Calif., Marcus Graves had 24 points and Ethan Esposito made two free throws with one second left as Sacramento State edged past Weber State.

Joshua Patton added 21 points and 12 rebounds for the Hornets.

Esposito had 10 points for Sacramento State (12-12, 6-9 Big Sky Conference). Bryce Fowler added seven rebounds.

Caleb Nero had 18 points for the Wildcats (16-11, 10-6). Brekkott Chapman added 16 points and 11 rebounds. Cody John had 15 points and six rebounds.

The Hornets leveled the season series against the Wildcats with the win. Weber State defeated Sacramento State 75-65 on Feb. 2.

Baseball

BYU 6, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 • In Corpus Christi, Texas, Brock Hale’s two-run single in the seventh inning put the Cougars (3-2) on top 4-2, and Jackson Cluff and Keaton Kringlen added RBI doubles.

Freshman right-hander Reid McLaughlin picked up his first career win, throwing 2.1 innings of relief and striking out two.

Softball

BYU 7, Missouri 3 • In Cathedral City, Calif., Taylei Williams homered and drove in three runs, Bridget Fleener hit a solo homer and scored twice and Ashley Godfrey had three hits and an RBI as the Cougars (5-5) knocked off the No. 19 Tigers (8-3) in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic.

BYU blows 14-point second-half lead, falls 77-71 to San Francisco at the Marriott Center

(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young Cougars forward Yoeli Childs (23) goes for a loose ball along with San Francisco Dons guard Jamaree Bouyea (1), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young Cougars guard TJ Haws (30) drives to the hoop, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young Cougars guard TJ Haws (30) takes a shot as San Francisco Dons guard Jamaree Bouyea (1), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young Cougars forward Yoeli Childs (23) goes for a loose ball along with San Francisco Dons guard Jamaree Bouyea (1), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young Cougars guard TJ Haws (30) takes the ball inside as San Francisco Dons guard Jordan Ratinho (25) defends, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  San Francisco Dons guard Frankie Ferrari (2) AND San Francisco Dons guard Trevante Anderson (12) celebrate  San Francisco Dons 77-71 win over BYU, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young Cougars forward Gavin Baxter (25) blocks a shot by San Francisco Dons guard Charles Minlend (14), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  Brigham Young forward Yoeli Childs (23) dunks for the Cougars, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      San Francisco Dons center Jimbo Lull (5) goes for a loose ball along with Brigham Young Cougars guard Zac Seljaas (2), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars guard TJ Haws (30) takes the ball up the middle, as San Francisco Dons guard Jordan Ratinho (25), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  San Francisco Dons forward Nate Renfro (15) blocks a shot by Brigham Young Cougars guard Nick Emery (4), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars head coach Dave Rose encourages his team, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      San Francisco Dons center Jimbo Lull (5) goes for a loose ball along with Brigham Young Cougars guard Zac Seljaas (2), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      San Francisco Dons forward Nate Renfro (15) shoots overBrigham Young Cougars forward Gavin Baxter (25), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars guard Zac Seljaas (2) goes after a loose ball along with San Francisco Dons center Jimbo Lull (5), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young forward Gavin Baxter (25) dunks the ball for the Cougars, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars guard Connor Harding (44) goes to the hoop, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars forward Yoeli Childs (23) is doubled teamed by the San Francisco Dons, in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars guard TJ Haws (30) goes for a loose ball along with San Francisco Dons center Jimbo Lull (5), in WCC basketball action at the Marriott Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars forward Gavin Baxter (25) reacts as the Brigham Young Cougars extend their lead early in the second half, in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars forward Yoeli Childs (23) battles San Francisco Dons forward Matt McCarthy (10) for the ball, in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young forward Gavin Baxter (25) dunks the ball for the Cougars, in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      San Francisco Dons forward Matt McCarthy (10)  blocks a shot by Brigham Young Cougars guard Connor Harding (44), in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars guard Zac Seljaas (2) goes after a loose ball along with San Francisco Dons center Jimbo Lull (5), in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young guard Zac Seljaas (2) and  forward Gavin Baxter (25) celebrate a big Cougar lead with 10 minutes left in the game, in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars forward Gavin Baxter (25) reacts as the Brigham Young Cougars extend their lead early in the second half, in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      Brigham Young Cougars guard TJ Haws (30), reacts after a hard foul, in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.


(Rick Egan  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)      San Francisco Dons forward Matt McCarthy (10)  blocks a shot by Brigham Young Cougars guard Connor Harding (44), in WCC basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and San Francisco Dons, at the Marriott  Center, Thursday, February 21, 2018.

Provo • Officially, last month’s loss to Gonzaga will go down as the worst, margin-wise, in BYU coach Dave Rose’s 14-year tenure. But Thursday’s collapse against San Francisco was easily the most damaging.

In what was said to be the battle for the No. 2 seed in next month’s West Coast Conference tournament, the Dons rallied from a 14-point deficit with under eight minutes remaining and stunned the Cougars 77-71 in front of 11,484 at the Marriott Center.

Ouch.

With around eight minutes left, after TJ Haws made a 3-pointer to give BYU a 63-49 lead, ESPN’s BPI win probability had the Cougars at 96.9 percent. Then the Cougars crumbled, perhaps more so than at any point in recent memory.

“The last eight minutes were probably as dysfunctional as maybe we’ve looked for quite awhile,” Rose said.

How damaging was this loss?

The Cougars (10-4, 18-11) not only saw their five-game winning streak snapped, they were swept by the Dons (9-4, 21-6) and that could resonate in early March if the teams tie for second place in the WCC standings. BYU has to play at No. 2 Gonzaga on Saturday, while the Dons are finished with the Zags and have a much easier remaining schedule.

“We got to the eight-minute mark, had a 14-point lead, and those are games you should finish off,” Rose said.

After Haws’ triple, the Cougars had a turnover that led to Nate Renfro’s uncontested dunk, and the floodgates opened. Yoeli Childs (28 points, 14 rebounds) missed a free throw, and that miscue was followed by two more turnovers. McKay Cannon missed an ill-advised 3-pointer, and Zac Seljaas missed a trey after yet another turnover.

“San Francisco, they are a great team,” said Haws, who had 25 points in 31 minutes. “I thought they made shots down the stretch. We had a hard time getting the ball in the basket. When you are up 14, you should be able to defend to win that game.”

Gavin Baxter was intentionally fouled with 1:37 left, but officials did not award the Cougars the ball — as they should have done — after he made one of two free throws to tie it at 68-68.

San Francisco’s Jordan Ratinho made his third 3-pointer, on his 11th attempt, to give the Dons a 71-68 lead with 1:20 remaining. After Haws missed a triple to beat the shot clock, Nick Emery intentionally fouled Renfro. This time the officials awarded the Dons the ball after Renfro made one of two freebies.

“Yeah, both [officials] looked at me with a response that looked like they had something in mind [after Baxter was fouled], but when it came to responding they just turned off and went the other direction. So I never really did get a reason,” Rose said.

Charles Minlend and Matt McCarthy made four free throws in the final 24 seconds to seal it.

“This one will sting for a little bit, but we have to move on and get ready for Gonzaga,” Haws said.

Frankie Ferrari led the Dons with 23 points, including 5-of-5 shooting from 3-point range.

“They just had energy and they were making shots,” Seljaas said. “They had the momentum and we just couldn’t get a shot to fall to be able to get it back. They were just rolling, and it is hard to go against that type of energy from a good team.”

The Cougars roared out of the halftime locker room, and took a 53-40 lead seven minutes into the second half after an 8-0 run that included dunks by Childs and Baxter. After Haws’ 3-pointer, his third, they went 4:37 without scoring, and that proved to be their undoing.

“We turned the ball over uncharacteristically, and just with live-ball turnovers, where they could go down and score layups,” Rose said. “You have to give a lot of credit to San Francisco, because they were playing really hard and dong stuff to disrupt us … But I think when we go back and look at the film, we will see a lot of those mistakes were created by our own lack of execution.”

And that film turned into a horror film for the Cougars, worse than the 93-63 beatdown they suffered here to Gonzaga a month ago.

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