BYU quarterback Taysom Hill appeared at the postgame news conference to talk about the Cougars' 6-3 win over Utah State on Friday night, and his role in the defensive struggle.
Hill carried the ball for a career-high 19 times, but might have suffered a leg injury on his 19th carry, a 4-yard run with just over a minute remaining. He took a knee after the run, but was limping slightly.
In this video, Hill does not seem to be in much pain as he answers questions about his performance and whether he or senior Riley Nelson should get the start next week against Oregon State.
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