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Published: Monday, March 5 2012 9:25 p.m. MST

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cougardevil
TEMPE, AZ

Hopefully this drill improves our offensive line's overall conditioning. When announcers comment that our O-line is bigger than our opponents, I can't help but think that too much of that difference is carried in their mid-sections.

Go Cougars!

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

My sister gave me a book of BYU football history. What a great book. I had almost forgotten how good BYU "used" to be. All the great QB's and coaches and all the great seasons. Now we have BYU 2012 with a QB coach who prefers "short scramblers" and a QB that pains you to watch him "try" to throw the ball down field. YUK!! This program isn't even a shadow of what it once was. To add insult to injury the home schedule is ... well... not too good!

In Stitches
Provo, Utah

I love how aggressive our Defense is. I hope this drill will give our Offense that same aggressive, go-get-them attitude.

@ patriot

I have to disagree with you. The schedules keep getting better each year. Are you seriously stating that the Old WAC schedules you are referencing were superior? Hint: nope, they weren't. As for the home schedule, it IS and will continue to improve. Back in the glory days you are referencing, however, BYU fans outside of Utah only got to see games when they were able to watch the satellite feed at the Stake Center. My out of state friends and family will all gladly take ESPN over that any day!

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