BYU opened its 2013 spring football camp on Monday with a practice at the indoor practice facility. Robert Anae, the former BYU offensive coordinator who was brought back to Provo after a two-year stint at Arizona to fill the same role he left, spoke to reporters after the practice.
Anae said the race to be the starting quarterback at BYU is wide open, and added that it is way too soon to way whether he wants to name a starter before spring camp ends.
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