Stuart Johnson, Deseret News
BYU freshman wide receiver Ross Apo arrived at BYU last summer with plenty of hype. Apo, who verbally committed to Texas before changing his mind and committing to BYU, suffered a season-ending finger injury a year ago.
Apo is expected to be one of quarterback Jake Heaps' most effective weapons this fall. Watch Apo's interview with KSL's Jeremiah Jensen.
The Cougars open the season Sept. 3 at Ole Miss. Listen to 1280 the Zone's interview with Rebel offensive coordinator David Lee.
ESPN.com's Ivan Maisel mentions BYU in his story previewing the 2011 college football season: "Though 'The Book of Mormon' is a Broadway smash, the Cougars have borrowed a page from the Gospel according to St. Knute. BYU, like Notre Dame, has gone out on its own," writes Maisel.
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