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Published: Thursday, April 11 2013 8:00 p.m. MDT

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Hondo
Scottsdale, AZ

KVN will be receiving All-American mentions.

Williams goes over 1,000 if Anae realizes what kind of talent he has.

Hill will show what he can do. He must improve his accuracy, but his ability to scramble will extend enough plays.

I hope Munns finally gets his chance to move up in the pecking order (to backup from clipboard holder). He had to watch Riles. He has to watch Hill come into the program and steal his opportunity.

What's deal with Apo? I thought he was going to start.

Will the offense get to line up in 3-point stances and sprint out onto the field in unison, like the defense? Let's hope this injustice gets corrected this year.

Where's Stockton ???
Bowling Green, OH

Hope the Kafusi ahead of Van Noy hype comes true...because barring injury Van Noy has already proven himself solidly inlaid in BYU's secondary. The talent of the entire team is there...but is the coaching talent... especially on offense going to meet the tall order expectations that it has to come up with throughout the entire season. The big question still remains...did Robert Anae learn much to advance his previously limited offensive playbook from Stoops and Rodriguez the two years he was gone. That is the situation...I never want to ever see another attempted fumbling run up the middle with only seven seconds on the clock in the first half and our backs to our own goal line and drop a 10 point lead like we did against UCLA that year that Anae chose not to have Hall take a knee. anae was lucky that the defense saved him with a blocked punt in the final seconds of the game. was lucky for the

Cougarista
Salt Lake City, UT

Pretty exciting. I've got my season tickets.

poyman
Lincoln City, OR

Ummm, actually Stockton it was a blocked FGA (Field Goal Attempt)...

Oh, and Stockton is right below Lodi.

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