"Either you have to change what you are doing or you have to change the people, and we decided to change a few of the people around," Doman told the Daily Herald. "We're going to hit some hiccups along the way, but I think the changes created a different mindset for us."
Making changes on the offensive line brought immediate results, as the Cougars beat Hawaii 47-0, Friday, according to the article.
"Our guys came out with a different mindset entirely," Doman told the Daily Herald.
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