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Published: Thursday, Sept. 20 2012 10:39 p.m. MDT

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gcg123
HURRICANE, UT

The legacy of BYU has been great passing. That legacy has been destroyed since Doman became the OC. He obviously favors a mobile qb to one who can pass ie. James Lark. I think James Lark's passing arm would infuse excitement into a very insipid offense. Look for BYU to lose its television deals if Mendenhall can't turn BYU into the scoring machine of yester year. I don't think the offense will improve while Doman coaches the offense...I have seen nothing in the last two years to make me think otherwise.

yourstruly
PAUL, ID

Jake Heaps was the number one quarterback in the nation and he was going to BYU and his talent throwing the ball was obvious. BYU made no bones aboutit either.
Follow Andrew Luck at a great school like Stanford sounded like a pretty good option to Taysom I am sure especially since Heaps had his eyes on BYU forever. Taysom's brother Jordan was a redshirt linebacker heavily recruited to BYU who after his mission started for 4 years at Arizona.

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