The BYU Cougars practiced in their Indoor Practice Facility on Monday night, and after the lengthy workout coach Bronco Mendenhall spoke to reporters for about 10 minutes about this week's rivalry game at Utah.
Here's the first eight or so minutes from that interview.
Mendenhall said that Utah quarterback Jon Hays is more than capable to guide the Utes' offense, after learning that junior Jordan Wynn is calling it quits.
Mendenhall also talked about the state of the rivalry, last year's debacle, and BYU's new No. 25 national ranking in the AP Poll.
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