Leave it to a Mormon to steal center stage on a night when the Catholic Diocese charities make some cash. BYU free agent linebacker Vic So'oto put on a remarkable show in the 51st annual Bishop's Charities game at Lambeau Field as the Packers wrapped up the Pre-Season with a 20-19 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. So'oto, who was told by his college coaches to prepare for life without football, who wasn't invited to the NFL combine and was passed over in the draft, just about hit for the cycle in a roster clinching performance. In the game's first three defensive series, So'oto recorded a sack, forced a fumble and drew a holding penalty that led to a punt but it was a third quarter play that capped his night. Dropping in coverage against the speedy Dexter McCluster, So'oto read quarterback Tyler Palko who fired a pass toward the right sideline, he jumped the route, made the pick and rumbled 33 yards for the touchdown that sealed the win. So'oto finished with three tackles, recorded a sack and a half for 10 yards in losses, had another tackle for a loss, two quarterback hurries, a pass defensed, a forced fumble and the pick. Green Bay's second unit defense did a lot of bending but didn't break, allowing 405 yards over 39:56 in time of posession for Kansas City's offense. McCluster and Dwayne Bowe caught second quarter touchdown passes that pushed the Chiefs lead to 16-7 but the unit came up with five takeaways, two interceptions and three fumble recoveries. Pat Lee scooped up two and ran 67 yards with one of them. The Chiefs also played most of their first string skill position players throughout the game. Starting quarterback Matt Cassel had to leave in the second quarter after getting sacked by 350 pound Howard Green. He suffered a slight shoulder sprain and didn't return. The game wasn't decided until Ryan Succop's 56 yard field goal attempt line drived just outside the left upright at the gun. The Pack's starting offense played one series and made the most of it. Ryan Grant broke off a 23 yard run to start the 56 yard scoring drive, capped by Aaron Rodgers' 8 yard TD pass to tight end Tom Crabtree. The Pack's offense then packed it in. Reserves produced only 66 yards and four first downs the rest of the night. Matt Flynn's passer rating was an ugly 0.0 on a two for 10 night for 12 yards with an interception. Backup center Nick McDonald launched a shotgun snap over Flynn's head on a third and 17 play from the 8 yard line that Flynn covered up in the end zone for a safety. The special teams had an interesting night too as Kansas City gambled on a fake punt and converted, they also tried an onside kick after their first touchdown but free agent M.D. Jennings covered it up. 14 players didn't dress for the Pack including front liners Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, Jermichael Finley, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Randall Cobb, Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews and A.J. Hawk. The only injury suffered by the Pack was a sprained ankle for rookie defensive back Davon House. Green Bay finished 3-1 in the Pre-Season and must now trim the roster to 53 players by Saturday afternoon. Hit the link below for a bunch of locker room quotes including the man of the hour on a hot night at Lambeau, Vic So'oto.