Getting his first collegiate start, BYU freshman quarterback Taysom Hill helped lead the Cougars to a 47-0 win over Hawaii on Friday night.
In this video, Hill talks about his performance, and whether or not he should start in this week's game against Utah State.
Also, freshman running back Jamaal Williams makes his first appearance in the interview room next to BYU's locker room and talks about his rushing performance in the place of junior Mike Alisa, who broke both bones in his right forearm on the first drive of the game.
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