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BYU football: How changes on the offensive line paid off against Hawaii

Published: Saturday, Aug. 29 2015 1:43 a.m. MDT

Brandon Doman takes responsibility as BYU's offensive coordinator to figure out how to increase statistical production and cut down on turnovers. (Ravell Call, Deseret News) Brandon Doman takes responsibility as BYU's offensive coordinator to figure out how to increase statistical production and cut down on turnovers. (Ravell Call, Deseret News)

After two straight games with a lackluster performance on offense, BYU offensive coordinator Brandon Doman decided a change had to be made, according to the Daily Herald.

"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.

The changes can be attributed to center Braden Hansen, guard Famika Anae, guard Manaaki Vaitai and guard Solomone Kafu, Doman told the Daily Herald.

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