Last year, there were some fairly big injuries coming out of camp. I believe
Iona broke his leg and was out the season. Seeing how few injuries happened,
and this is a big senior-led team, this should be a great year and they should
be in every game. Kicking is probably the only major concern.
Looking forward to learning more about Washington State now.
Wow, a cougar fan starting off the comments on a BYU article! You don't
see that very often. There must be a truck rally or something in SLC
A leaner, faster, healthier team. Hoping for a great season!
That's tough to hear about Sorenson. Hard to be a kicker with no back
strength. I'm glad the injuries are down. Last year the Cougars were
destroyed by injuries before the year even began. I'm looking forward to a
great new year. GO COUGS
The kicking game is a big concern. Hopefully Stephenson is better than
we're being led to believe. If Sorensen isn't taking any kicks now,
the chances of him kicking in games is slim.I know there's a
lot of positive press about the lack of injuries, but am I the only one
concerned that we only had two practices / scrimmages with full pads? Of course
we had no injuries, there was no contact. I'm not a coach, but I hope that
doesn't come back to haunt us. I expect Fall camp to be a little bit more
rigorous to get us ready for the regular season.
cougFanininTX, you bring up actually good points!! i think my utes lack a
lot in the kicking game too!!
How comical, the majority of Y football articles always have a picture of Bronco
instead of team members!
Carson"Bronco Mendenhall pleased with progress,...."So why
wouldn't it have his photo on the article?
"How comical, the majority of Y football articles always have a picture of
Bronco instead of team members!"Actually, the majority of BYU
football articles have several photos, some of which are of Bronco, others of