BYU coach Kalani Sitake walks the sidelines prior to a game in Logan on Friday Oct 1, 2021. Sitake and his assistants met with members of the media Wednesday in Provo for annual football media day.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
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Kalani Sitake took on the media with his coaches and players in the annual football media day on Wednesday. During the days of independence, the athletic department has used this platform to get a leg up on the rest of the college football programs, which generally hold these affairs in late July across the country. Here’s a look at some topics and storylines that surfaced Wednesday.
Cougar Insiders predictions
Question of the week: What reasonable expectations do you have for BYU’s offense this fall considering the returning talent and QB to lead that side of the ball?
Jay Drew: With the usual caveat that BYU faces some really good teams, and defenses, this fall, I will go ahead and say that my expectations for Aaron Roderick’s offense in 2022 are sky high. All the pieces are in place: a senior quarterback with plenty of starting experience under his belt, dynamic receivers and tight ends. Only at running back, where Cal transfer Chris Brooks is expected to carry some of the load vacated by the great Tyler Allgeier, is there a question mark. And that could be answered quickly as all reports out of spring camp were that …read more
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