An Arby's restaurant in Provo is drawing national attention for unintentionally mocking BYU's penchant for turnovers in its 54-10 loss to Utah last Saturday.
As this picture depicts, the Arby's at 1474 South 40 East in the southern part of Provo tells customers "BRING IN BYU STUB FOR A FREE TURNOVER."
The Cougars had seven turnovers against the Utes, including two before the Utah offense even touched the ball.
The rest of the story is that the marquee was composed before the game was even played.
A manager at the store said the offer was actually put on the marquee on Friday, the day before the game. Little did she know that turnover would become such an unpopular word in Provo.
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