BYU football: How high will the bar be for the 2022 Cougars offense?

BYU quarterback Jaren Hall prepares to pass during game against Utah at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021. The Cougars’ offense should be locked and loaded heading into the 2022 season.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

Call it the final BYU football media day of independence on Wednesday at the Broadcast Building on the Provo campus.

Barring any unanticipated changes, the next time Kalani Sitake and his boss Tom Holmoe get involved in such a preseason affair, it will be conducted by the Big 12 Conference, likely in Dallas, and won’t be in June but in July when other leagues sponsor this preseason ritual.

So, what can we look for when Kalani’s staff and players join Holmoe and a gaggle of reporters to preview, review and dissect the program heading into the 2022 opener against South Florida on Sept. 3?

Well, here’s a stab at some storylines to look for.

Here is the @nyjets QB1’s pitch to recruits to play at BYU.

You can see the rest of the interview next week during BYU Football Media Day, Wednesday, June 22nd on @byutv.@ZachWilson | @byutvsports pic.twitter.com/xUPUKtepNm

— Hemā Heimuli Jr. (@x_hems) June 17, 2022

Holmoe usually provides some little nugget in his state of the program comments. Oftentimes it is a scheduling tidbit, a television deal, a tweak in some facility upgrade, or new brick and mortar project, stadium enhancement or coaching contract adjustment. 

I’d hope …read more

Source:: Deseret News – Sports News

      

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